Here’s a proof that it’s possible to create an engaging game based mainly on dialogues (comparisons to Disco Elysium work in Gamedec’s favor, but there’s a lot less text to read here). Gamedec’s world is original and immersive, the investigations are interesting, the detective’s unique skill system works great and the deduction mechanic is brilliant. [11/2021, p.54]
Awesome RPG, great dialogs, super graphic and extra satisfying quests requiring moral choices. I'm from Poland, "Gamedec" book series is my favorite. Im really happy that more people all around the world will be able to read and play game based on "Gamedec" stories. Great job Anshar Studios and Marcin Przybyłek!
If you like detective games and you like cyberpunk settings, this is a must-have. It's like playing a Frogwares Sherlock Holmes game in the Bladerunner/Cyberpunk universe. The gameplay and story and setting are all spectacular.
There are a few minor issues with translation that make the game feel less polished than it could be, but I would take an unpolished gem **** over a polished turd any day.
Gamedec is one weird Polish gem that comes both unpolished (pun intended) and
innovative and creative. It truly is a true role-playing game with great and interesting mechanics that incentivize player choice, although it suffers from various tiny gameplay design problems and lack of finishing touches that would make it a truly defining video game that can rival paragons of the genre like Disco Elysium.
Gamedec is a fascinating detective RPG where even a bad call can lead to interesting outcomes. The setting is very original, a blend of our reality and a virtual world. But the story loses its breath somewhere along the way which is a real shame.
Embellished with pleasant graphics, the title of Anshar Studios offers an interesting story and a considerable amount of text. Unfortunately, all those nuances that would have made it more interesting are missing, such as a more intelligible progression system and the presence of secondary activities disconnected from the dialogues which instead represent the only backbone of the game.
The VR focus allows for a portrayal of human ennui and general hopelessness on a large scale; here is a whole subculture of people running from an unfavorable reality, hoping to eke out a marginally better virtual existence even if the only way to access it is to buy the equipment and pay for a subscription. It’s a good setting that I would be curious to see more of, even if Gamedec’s initial exploration of it stumbles out of the gate and comes alarmingly close to a total faceplant.
A must-have for all cyberpunk, detective RPG games. To avoid confusion it is not as good in writing as Disco Elysium but the game offers real narrative storytelling and a real variety of true choices and consequences.
Forte fator replay devido as multiplas escolhas oferecidas pelo jogo.
Nos momentos de hack poderia haver uma variação para minigame ao invés de se manter em escolhas por diálogo, acabou se tornando uma feature de dedução ou chute.
Bons Gráficos, porém simples, se utiliza a iluminação muito bem e ótima arte no que tange a UI.
Trilha sonora esquecível, não cria uma boa atmosfera para, principalmente, os momentos mais tensos.
Boa Dublagem, porém aparece muito pouco.
História bem contada, em cada cenário o jogo instiga e envolve o jogador para conhecer os personagens e suas respectivas tramas.
Personagens pouco explorados, mostrados de uma forma corrida.
Gamedec é um bom experimento, boas ideias, vale a experiência para os fãs de um jogo rico em História.
I am enjoying and did find it quite similar to Disco Elysium, that is how I got to find it. It is a bit lacking in the presentation department, cool moments should be more emphasized, but they are there, so for me this is a great experience. The deduction system could do with a complete overhaul, the way it is it makes me feel I'm missing out and doing wrong choices when in fact this game is mostly about self-expression. As the game goes on, the linearity begins to weigh it down
Don't waste your time on this. It looks more like a mobile game port that a proper PC release. The characters are badly written and so unrealistic. Even if you get past the numerous bugs, the graphics and sound aren't as good as they should be in this day and age. Gameplay is monotonous and get tiring after the first few hours. Don't spend money on this unless you can pick it up cheap, very cheap.
Не смог поиграть из-за отсутствия управления с геймпада. Игра его ощущает только при пропуске начальных заставок. Но уже начиная с меню работает только мышь и клавиатура. Игра геймпад от Xbox для ПК вообще игнорирует. Увы. Потому и оценка 0 баллов. Как только будет это исправлено, изменю оценку. В 2021 году выпускать игру без нормальной поддержки контроллеров просто недоразумение. Хотя еще в Сентябре обещали ее сделать. Видимо не сделали. Версия игры последняя.
SummaryGamedec is an adaptive cyberpunk RPG. As a private detective, it's your job to solve crimes inside virtual worlds. What decisions will you make in a world where child slavery is a F2P game, where murder over a game-clan dispute is an every-day reality? Who will you become in the XXII century?