Disco Elysium - The Final Cut review
Disco Elysium is the final game in the Disco Elysium trilogy. In this game, the player takes the role of an astronaut named David, who is the last human being in the universe. Disco Elysium is an indie, horror-survival RPG with roguelike elements. It is a horror story taking place in a small town in Colorado. The player must survive a night in the woods, in a cabin, and find a way to escape.
Disco Elysium is a first-person exploration game. The player can explore the game world and solve puzzles. The player can also interact with objects in the world and combine them to create new items. There are no enemies in the game, but there are some environmental hazards that can kill the player.
The game is played from a top-down perspective, and has RPG elements. The player starts the game by creating a party consisting of 4 heroes, and the game is turn-based. It is possible to save the game at any point in the game, and it has been remarked that the game is very difficult.
The game is mostly text-based, with static images accompanying some of the text. The graphics are very simple, and the game does not use any colors. The world is mostly black and white, with some green and purple thrown in. The graphics of the game are colorful and highly detailed, and the effects of the game's combat system can be seen on the characters. It has been remarked that the game looks like a painting.
There are few rewards for finishing the game, but the player will get to explore more of the world without the time pressure of the main story. The level design of the game can be quite repetitive, and there are many games with similar gameplay.
- Easy to use inventory system
- The world is interesting to explore
- The gameplay is a nice change from the norm
- Some creative puzzles
- A world without violence
- The music is nice
- The game is very short
- The graphics are very simple, and the game does not use any colors
- There is no story or character development
- The game's world can get confusing