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Gamedec - Preview @GamePressure

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by RPGWatch, Feb 20, 2020.

  1. RPGWatch

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    [​IMG]Gamedec was previewed by GamePressure who call it Disco Elysium meets Cyberpunk.


    Gamedec won't be about just talking to people and collecting evidence. The creators are well aware that then the players would be killed by the monotony, regardless of how well-written it would be. They try to diversify the gameplay with various interactions with the environment and non-invasive arcade stages. I had the opportunity to collect some hay in Harvest Time, a farming RPG game, and play other activities specific to F2P games (for example, facing a paywall and having to collect enough money). Then, there was a sneaking stage. I had to avoid being spotted, and distracted guards with different noises. Simple, intuitive. It works.

    There should be more of these diversions. Rybinski admitted with a laugh that at first, he'd thought that the game would be easier to produce without the combat system, because there would be no formulas, comprehensive inventory systems, and balancing issues, but then it turned out that compensating for it isn't very easy. Well, the toys I've already seen do work. They fit well into the narrative and the tone. We'll learn about the rest when the game comes out.

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