Join Brian Pasternack on his first day at one of the world’s largest companies, Sintracorp. Uncertain, unprepared, and massively unqualified, will Pasternack have what it takes to shine in Sintracorp’s hierarchy? It all depends on how he performs on his first assignment… and whether heJoin Brian Pasternack on his first day at one of the world’s largest companies, Sintracorp. Uncertain, unprepared, and massively unqualified, will Pasternack have what it takes to shine in Sintracorp’s hierarchy? It all depends on how he performs on his first assignment… and whether he survives it.
Positive: 12 out of 12
Mixed: 0 out of 12
Negative: 0 out of 12
Apr 26, 2019Yuppie Psycho gives us a glimpse into the neo-corporate future depicted in science fiction films like Robocop and The Matrix, where normal people try to navigate the corporate dystopian workspaces they’ve found themselves in. It’s a highly polished look at what we once imagined as the reality of the corporatised future, and still could be. It’s entertaining and engaging with its poke at modern life and the flimsy social systems we cling to. It argues that you are not defined by your job – and, on occasion, that’s something everyone needs to hear.
May 31, 2019While the difficulty level may scare some away, Yuppie Psycho has so much great writing and clever gameplay that it would be a crime to overlook. Pasternack’s journey through SintraCorp is equal parts scary and hilarious, and the handful of annoying moments were more than made up for by a fundamentally humane story about people trying to connect and help one another within a system designed to grind them into a slurry of blandness. Sometimes literally.
Jun 17, 2019Yuppie Psycho turns a workplace satire into a survival horror adventure, and does right by both parts of that strange formula. Despite some frustration from its punishing difficulty, Yuppie Psycho is a surreal but cogent parody that’s well worth clocking in for.
Apr 26, 2019Very creative indie horror game. Havent played it much yet but I like its concept and the way how it is implented. People with epilepsy mayVery creative indie horror game. Havent played it much yet but I like its concept and the way how it is implented. People with epilepsy may not play this game.… Expand
May 1, 2019Yuppie Psycho is a fun indie game with the unusual premise of being an office job survival horror. Developer Baroque Decay has a distinctiveYuppie Psycho is a fun indie game with the unusual premise of being an office job survival horror. Developer Baroque Decay has a distinctive art style and tone he brings into his games with characters brimming with personality and freakish enemies throughout. The game can be often times silly and has fun at the main characters expense.… Expand
Apr 30, 2019Fantastic Game Highly recommend.
Is a great indie horror game, make sure you clear your schedule as you wont want to stop once you haveFantastic Game Highly recommend.
Is a great indie horror game, make sure you clear your schedule as you wont want to stop once you have started.
Best part is when you have finished you can start all over with multiple endings so it's not just a once play through game.
May 3, 2019En Yuppie Psycho, lo fundamental es un muchacho que se ve inmerso en algo que no quiso (o que no sabe si quiso) y que busca encajar en unEn Yuppie Psycho, lo fundamental es un muchacho que se ve inmerso en algo que no quiso (o que no sabe si quiso) y que busca encajar en un contexto cada vez más ominoso. Y también lo son esas idas y vueltas instantáneas entre realidad, ciencia ficción, comedia y horror que logran emparentarse con la flexibilización e inseguridad que viven tanto nuevas como viejas generaciones.
Aunque el discurso central se antoja trillado, la alternancia entre un Pasternack nervioso pero asentado o un Brian jovial pero sumiso es atractiva. Acompañada de mecánicas alejadas de lo genérico y con fallas menores, esa reflexión logra que el título consiga un lugar entre las mejores aventuras del último tiempo.… Expand
Apr 30, 2019Yuppie Psycho is the newest game of the publisher Another Indie (I highly recommend you to follow AI on steam and join their Discord Server).Yuppie Psycho is the newest game of the publisher Another Indie (I highly recommend you to follow AI on steam and join their Discord Server). Its a lovely puzzle-based horror adventure and an absolute necessity for indie fans like me.
graphics (+cinematics) - 8.5/10
Yuppie Psycho features an enormous amount of detail. You can tell that the developers put their heart and soul (heehee) into this, making it - even though I've played quite a few indie horror games in the past - unique. The cut-scenes are interesting, they look incredibly well done, making the experience even more extraordinary. The character design suits the story perfectly.
Even though the graphics might seem friendly and cute, this game is not. The "monsters" are incredibly well done and scary as heck, as well as light flickering (and in general not a lot of light in some places) and a creepy atmosphere in general.
The game itself runs smoothly.
the minimum requirements are:
a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows XP
Processor: Core 2 Duo
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Intel HD 3000
Storage: 2 GB available space
story - 9/10
You, Brian Pasternack, start off by receiving a letter from a corporation called Sintracorp. They want you to work for them, but your job isn't what it seems like. I'm not going to spoiler everything, since I want you to experience it yourself, but let me tell you - you are going to be drawn to the story, making you want to play several hours in one go.
The game doesn't really explain anything, you have to discover how to save, how to use things (you have to use items yourself. Like click on them and press use, otherwise you won't progress even though you might have the correct item for said task) and even how to make a sandwich. This might seem outdated to some, but for me, its just another mechanic that makes the game even scarier.
Every character is unique, most of them are intriguing and leave you wanting to know more about the company and each characters' background and secrets.
After you log into the Sintranet, your true purpose is revealed - hunting the witch thats been haunting the place. To do so, you have to aquire specific items and information. This is where things start to intensify - but I'm not going to spoiler :P
All in all, its a really interesting approach to a horror indie game which kind of reminds me of "The witch's house" - if you like twh, you will LOVE Yuppie Psycho.
music - 10/10
Finding the perfect balance between tracks that could actually send chills up your spine and some that are much more relaxing, almost like elevator music, isn't an easy thing to do.
The composer, Garoad, already demonstrated his talent in the game "VA-11 Hall-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action". He definitely hit the bull's eye regarding the music in this game.
Even though some of the songs (like Sintranet's song meet and greet) are very reminiscent of VA11 Hall-A's songs, most of them are unique and fit perfectly into their scenes.
content - 9/10
Yuppie Psycho might seem like "just another indie horror game" at first, but its so much more than that. It features several endings and a lot(!!) of character background, secrets and hidden items. The outcome of the game depends on the amount of time you're willing to spend on it.
controls - 10/10
precise controls. WASD to move, shift to run, e to interact, i for inventory, etc. The game does a good job explaining the controls. They make it a smooth, not frustrating experience.
Did not try to play with a controller.
tl;dr - The game is amazing and a necessity if you're a fan of indie horror games (or well made indie games in genernal)
Kill the Witch. Join Sintracorp.… Expand
May 5, 2019A fairly abstract action-adventure game, Yuppie Psycho begins to slow down and wear out it's welcome by the middle of the game. The writing,A fairly abstract action-adventure game, Yuppie Psycho begins to slow down and wear out it's welcome by the middle of the game. The writing, while creative, does not always make much sense.… Expand