Balanced firmly between satisfying puzzles, survival horror gameplay, and an amusing story that satirizes the grind of corporate life, the odd but thoroughly engaging Yuppie Psycho has all the makings of a cult classic.
While 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.
Вот чего не ожидал от пиксельной инди так это такого. Игра сразу шедевр. Понимаешь это не на первом прохождении. НО если на первом затянуло, то нужно обязательно пройти на все концовки, даже если это противоречит вашим убеждениям и принципам. Это расширяет лор игры и очень существенно.
Очень крутые сюжетные повороты. Загадки. И персонажи.
Отдльное сьпасбо нашму русско локализатру за исправлние всех опчаток иошибок!
Моя оценка 10/10.
Я прошел эту игру дважды и оба прохождения мне были, как впервые. Мне очень понравилась эта гра. Милая пиксельная игра , в которую было очень интересно играть. Прекрасное аудио сопровождение, идеальная атмосфера. Разработчики молодцы 10/ всем рекомендую.
It’s not the greatest playing horror game, and some aspects feel extremely dated. However, Yuppie Psycho is undeniably worth playing for anyone that is looking for something weird and wants art to actually have something to say.
Yuppie Psycho is an adventure game that depicts an exploitive employer through both comedy and horror. It’s too bad that the actual survival gameplay lacks tension. During the latter part of the game, the concept of the employer loses its importance, and while that might make sense for the story, I found the game’s original concept far more appealing.
Yuppie 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.
I enjoyed this game a lot, it's one of the coolest pixel-art horror games i've played in a while. It reminded me a lot of Ib, which is a similar game that I enjoyed a lot. The vibe and the fantastical elements in this game were done super well and I really got immersed in the story. I did feel like there was some wasted potential, and that the story (and especially the ending) wasn't as fleshed out as I was hoping it would be, and so at the end of the game I felt kind of unsatisfied.
My friend told me that He liked plot of this game more than Undertale ( 'cause it is one of my favorite games). So i played Yuppie Psycho, and you know what? For about 2 hours of game so far i was so bored, that i refunded the game. Because of stupid puzzles, dumb characters designs (pixel + anime-like art design and characters itself), and not really interesting story
SummaryJoin 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.