A 1950's Big Science film in which plot and drama are suspended in favour of vignettes of tedious science experiments. Sexist male scientists and their fragile female counterparts gratefully hand over all their higher functions to a Swiss AI and its robot servants. These servants, which have more questionable design features than a Dalek, are given the god-mocking names of Gog and Magog. Murders ensure, a perfunctory romance perfuncts, and the climactic battle's best effects are those that convince you actual adults are taking part in this nonsense. Perfect for people who found This Island Earth too taut and Robot Monster too emotionally engaging.
Kamil Drews commented
I am hyped to hear this line:
"Not to be confused with the DRM-free gaming paradise by the guys who made The Witcher games"