51 thoughts on “Shitposting aside, it’s actually really good”

  1. i loved it but i’m so retarded i kept thinking after opening certain doors or going to an ominous area "ok so here’s where the combat starts". i also thought the end of the game was going to be the second half of the game and you’d go the other areas of Revachol.

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  2. What tabletop rpg system should I use to play a campaign like Disco Elysium? What did the devs use for their orignal setting?

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    • I think they wrote their own shit, but anything works in GURPS.
      Since I liked the thought cabinet best it’s made me want to try a oneshot of "everyone is John"

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  3. DE feels like the prologue to a real game that will never be released. To be honest, I didn’t care for it that much.
    There was a bit of humor and a bit of cleverness but in the end it felt like a waste of my time.

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  4. It is kino. That atmosphere, world building, mixture of reality and supernatural, unique characters. I should replay it with a different personality. We need more CRPGs like this one.

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    • He’s a bro but also an unrepentant nag and nanny, you can get up to more fun shit when he’s off carting corpses around or taking Klassje to jail.

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  5. >release on PC first
    >digital only
    >release on PS5
    >physical collector’s edition
    >release on switch
    >physical collector’s edition
    >releasw on XBone
    >physical collector’s edition

    WHERE IS MY PC PHYSICAL EDITION ZAUM WHAT THE FUCKING SHIT?

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  6. I missed DE schizo.
    When he’s not here, any thread is just eggheads giving each other tugjobs. Schizoshitter creates the balance we need, and dare I say, deserve?

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  7. >>>/vg/
    DISCLAIMER:
    The game is being shilled heavily on Ganker (as shown by the disingenuous posts that do not read like anything else on the board), so, here’s some things the shills don’t want you to know
    >The developers claim to be hardcore and nothing is off the table. Despite this, homosexual is censored and any racial slurs are changed to abstract ones
    >The game developers consider themselves to be "Soviet" and the game uses the likeness/voice acting of podcast members of ChapoTrapHouse and Redscare, members of Antifa a domestic terror organization according to the DHS
    >Your companion in the game is a gay Asian. You have no option to permanently remove him from your party. He will get upset at the player for dialogue options and chastise them for choosing them.
    >Despite the game claiming to "Punch all sides" and present a diverse range of political opinions, in order to unlock right-wing politics, one must subject themselves to health damage every time they choose one.
    >Choosing left-wing options will reward the player with health, experience, and even money
    >Whilst the game (and shills) declare it to be an RPG, it is completely devoid of combat, party management, or even meaningful choices that affect the ending of the game. It instead plays more like a visual novel.
    >>>/vg/

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    • >your companion will get angry if you choose a morally wrong option like hitting a kid or shooting a corpse.

      uhm yes? he’s supposed to be a real person and not just a yes-man

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    • Based anon, I have zero issue having politics be a major point in a game but it’s clearly the writers were coming from a very biased position. That said, it’s hard to be unbiased I suppose. Game just isn’t fun, it’s just a boring visual novel with a range of very unlikeable characters (and they’re not even interesting either.) I really liked the setting and art style though.

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  8. >DE thread at the exact time there’s a steam sale
    if this is some homosexual from ZAUM get the fuck off of my board- and back to work to start making a sequel

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