News Gamedec (adaptive cyberpunk RPG) - announced for 2020

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https://gamedec.com/ - website


Telefrag VR developer Anshar Studios has announced Gamedec, a story-driven, cyberpunk-themed, adaptive RPG due out for PC via Steam in 2020.


You will hunt down the criminals of virtual worlds. Rich, spoiled businesspeople, mothers who want a better life for their children, or corporations with plans to rewrite humanity. Are they acting alone, or are they mere puppets? What does a "happy ending" mean to you or to them? Each decision you make shapes the game world and your character’s personality.

Some decisions will feel right, and others will be unexpected. The game continually adapts to your choices and never judges – only you can judge yourself.



Welcome to Warsaw City in the XXII century, where "real" is a relative term and "life" and "death" have many meanings. Virtual worlds give rise to real problems: lust, sloth, envy, and pride. That’s why the residents of these virtual game-worlds need specialists – Gamedecs who discover and exploit cheats hidden in the realities of their clients. Wild West or the jungle of a prehistoric entertainment park, throughout these and many other worlds, they are facing human nature, which, despite many changes, has remained the same...



Gamedec is a pure RPG experience equipped with mechanics such as a codex, aspects, and deduction. Fight conversational duels, discover or build schemes of intrigue, save lives, and discover extraordinary relationships between the virtual worlds and their inhabitants. The game emulates the nature of a tabletop RPG by focusing on choice-dependent character building.

Gamedec, like classic tabletop RPGs, gives you the freedom to approach situations from multiple angles rather than forcing a single solution. Remember: the choice is yours.

 

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Intriguing. Will definitely want some more gameplay footage before I jump in with both feet, but it does look to scratch an itch that deus ex's newer titles never did.
 
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The trailer makes it look so polished. I'm backed up on cool looking iso rpg tho. I love them but they take up a good chunk of time each and I've already got a pile.
 
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Welcome to Low City! Take a quick tour around one of the Warsaw City’s levels and find out why the Gamedec like you should consider visiting this place. 🎮 In the first dev-diary video, Łukasz Hacura (Executive Producer) and Marcin Przybyłek (Author of Gamedec book series) share the inspirations and new details about Low City map.
 
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This is shaping up to be the most anticipated game of 2020 for me despite all the other crazy stuff releasing next year.
 
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Explore another virtual world from Gamedec – Harvest Time - one of the virtual worlds available in this story-driven, cyberpunk-themed adaptive RPG. As a virtual detective, you investigate multiplayer games where an abuse of power or the exploitation of players may have occurred. In a farming game like Harvest Time, anything is possible behind the scenes. Check the developer diary to see what’s inside one of the worlds from the Gamedec multiverse. Catch a glimpse of what’s going on behind the curtain of the sole source of entertainment for people of the XXII century.

At first glance, Harvest Time is an idyllic game, perfect for people who want to relax after a long and industrious day. And it is – unless you approach it too seriously, or take advantage of the game’s mechanisms to make money. People react to hierarchies automatically, always trying to improve one’s position – and the game designers exploit this. You start grinding, without always knowing why. And if there’s any chance of earning real money, players will take advantage of it, too.