If for some time, your collection of games has not seen titles that were remembered for their originality from the first minutes of the game, Disco Elysium has every chance to rectify the situation. In order to better understand the setting and possibly the backstory of the main character, it should be noted that the game takes place in a post-revolutionary place where political issues are often discussed, and the place itself is in a very deplorable state. It is clear that murders, trafficking in illegal substances, and other lawlessness is going mostly uncontrolled here. Therefore, it is not strange that the detective whose role you play is also not the most standard representative of his profession. Problems with alcohol, depression, and constant thinking mixed with the disclosure of the most unobvious atrocities - that's what you have to deal with. The choice of character attributes and his skills (as many as 24!) will help endow him with those traits and emotions that each player considers necessary. In a place where morality is almost forgotten, the detective will have to use both verbal tricks to get information, do a lot of research, and use other levers of influence. The narrative in Disco Elysium is supported by dialogues that could be taken from the very best literary works, mostly saturated with irony and dark humor. They are an important and huge part of the gameplay, like the thoughts of the main character. At the same time, the topics that are raised in conversations and in the head of the character cover topics from work and daily chores to art and philosophy. What you answer and how you react to certain situations will always lead the story in one of the possible directions. The illustrativeness of the game deserves special respect - it seems that the oil paintings came to life, and this adds to the noir atmosphere of the game even better. Every now and then, you will have to witness the showdowns of local bandits and mercenaries, as well as communicate with more serious people, like tycoons. Many of the scenes in the game are broken down into details, which allows you to avoid superficiality and play the game as if you were present at the scene of the murder. Conducting interrogations, inquiries, and studying the evidence, you have to solve the main crime, full of secret and interesting moments from beginning to end.
- classic RPG with non-classical characters, storyline, and quests to level up the hero
- a non-trivial protagonist for whom you can adjust the intellect, psyche, physique, motor skills, and his assistant
- an interesting character development system based on the "thought locker"
- setting in the atmosphere of the 70s of the XX century
- great opportunities for replayability
Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo
Memory:2 GB RAM
Graphics:DirectX 11 compatible video card (integrated or dedicated with min 512MB memory)
Storage:20 GB available space
Processor:Intel Core i7 or AMD 1800 equivalent
Memory:8 GB RAM
Graphics:NVIDIA Geforce 1060 or equivalent
Storage:20 GB available space