Not Tonight is a deeply relevant, thoughtful experience. It comes from a place of genuine frustration with the way too much of the world is behaving at the moment, but manages to channel that frustration into something productive - a satirical (however darkly), deeply sympathetic game, that's both entertaining and has a strong point to make. Is it a little too infatuated with Papers, Please? Yes, but you could do far worse than create a breathless homage to a game that great.
Picked this up in a recent sale and I must say, it's really good fun! Especially when you get into a rhythm in each level! Sound is great, art is great, all the characters are really well written. What more could you wish for?
Overall, Not Tonight is incredibly fun – repetitive, but fun. The different conditions in each level keeps the monotony of the task interesting, and the strange situations that challenge your moral reasoning makes each hour spent more entertaining than the next. With its satirical tone and quirky storyline, the game mocks political movements and stereotypical characters while presenting to us a simulation game for adults to enjoy. After spending hours playing this game, I feel like I could probably work as a pretty efficient bouncer in real life now.
Not Tonight: Take Back Control Edition is a good time, all things considered. Checking IDs is satisfying enough to make you feel good for doing it well, but it can grow stale at times. There's plenty of comedy in there too, especially if you're a fan of gallows humour, but this game's ability to capture the feeling of dystopian totalitarianism is where it really shines.
Great game, it's like papers please, but modern and in UK. First it's quite hard, but when you get the rhythm it's going really good. It has some good comedy and great gameplay, there are some glitches, but they aren't that bad. You should tre the game, especially if you like papers please or if it is on sale
I have no idea what the buzz is on this game nor am i able to understand the steep price.
There is a massive flaw where you need to get a persons ID and there is a 3 second delay on to take and open a persons ID, this in turn builds up and wastes a lot of time.
This is not a game for everyone, in my eyes this is not even a game.
SummaryNot Tonight is a post-Brexit management game, fusing a time-pressure RPG with a politically charged story where every decision matters. Will you join the resistance and fight the regime -- or keep your head down and hope that one day this will all be a distant memory?
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