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Disco Elysium - Previews

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by RPGWatch, Sep 15, 2018 at 3:43 PM.

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    [​IMG]Ars Technica and Destructoid previewed Disco Elysium.

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    You'll eventually meet your partner and investigate the body, which has been hanging for more than a week and is quite ripe at this point. A couple of kids standing nearby can be interrogated, but prefer to continue throwing rocks at the corpse and jeer mercilessly when you toss your cookies at the smell. Your character may try to steal the deceased man's boots, or might find that he threw his police notebook in the garbage during his drunken stupor.

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    Do not mistake this dialogue-driven RPG for an interactive novel. This top-down point-and-click adventure, made by a small studio out of London, includes puzzles and inventory-driven mechanics that you might expect in a LucasArts classic. The difference here is the sheer breadth of branching dialogue paths and optional conversations packed into this early-2019 PC adventure game-not to mention the hilariously dark and brutal script driving its horror-loving humor forward.

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