外围体育投注Please dont recommend anything super mainstream like The Witcher or Dragon Age. I've definitely heard of them by now.
So I just finished Disco Elysium, Death Stranding, and Pathologic 2 in the past few months and wow what amazing writing. If you've never played any of those I highly recommend all three of them if you like deep characters and amazing world building. I would really like to play more games with good stories. Stories that can come off like literature.
What are some of the best written games?
Hello all! I'm currently in search of a game from my childhood that continues to vex me! I'll stick to the templet and provide any other details that are noteworthy.
外围体育投注Platform: Original Xbox
Estimated year of release: 2002-2005
外围体育投注Graphics/Art style: Psi-Ops mostly resembles the look of this game, but of course that could be a very tainted aspect of this memory as I don't recall the graphics all too clearly.
Notable Characters: Female Protagonist (with robot/droid companion if I remember correctly?), Dude in distress
外围体育投注Notable gameplay mechanics: N/A
Other details: I recall having this game on the original Xbox that was gifted to us for Christmas. The Xbox had a bunch of games already downloaded on it and all the games downloaded were in alphabetical order which I remember puts the game near the top of the list. It was a 3rd person game where a majority of the game is just talking to other NPC's with the exception of one fight sequence. The game starts with a vision of sorts, where we see a man with a group of cloaked figures in a sort of ritual circle where he's in the middle. The screen flashes white and we're now in future/near future in the body of a woman (Who I believe is who had this vision/ not just us viewers). The gameplay consists of walking around this futuristic city where you talk to people in your district of the city. The dialog is relatively normal until you arrive inside a TV or video screen store. After the clerk goes to the backroom to retrieve something for you, all the screens flash with an image or video of this person we saw in the previous vision. My memory is a bit fuzzy until the next phase of the game, but you make your way to a tower of a corporation to which you share a fight with another female. This is the end of the first "level" and you must escape elsewhere to continue your search of who you're having visions of. The last bit of gameplay I remember is that after exiting a taxi, you arrive in the slums of the city, where it's night time and its raining. The only other thing that sticks out to me in this section is the background music of this level, and how relaxing it is, but of course that's not too important. I appreciate anyone who's read this far, and hope we're able to discover this locked away memory of mine! If any more details are needed, I'll do my best to oblige!