While games that escape reality are what most audiences play for, games that bring a slightly more realistic dynamic are also quite appealing – especially to an audience that loves indie content.
This is, for example, the case of Death Stranding – which is very similar to film production. And the latest title to attract fans of the indie genre is the game Decarnation, which was originally shown at Gamescom 2022.
A game that, according to one of its managers, was based on the films of director David Lynch, sculptures by Auguste Rodin and more content, somewhat charming.
Check out the trailer that was released during the event:
The main story of Decarnation features the character Gloria, a cabaret dancer who goes through some pretty tough situations. Between work, relationship and family problems, her life becomes even stranger when she receives an unusual proposal: to pose naked for a body sculpture. Gloria, believing that this could change her fate, finally agreed.
The play part begins when he and his partner go to the museum to observe the result of the sculpture. Moving into the main room where his statue is displayed, the player sees an individual “abusing” the statue.
Gloria suffers a panic attack and from that moment on a carousel of situations is shown with real scenes from Gloria’s life and openly disturbing situations.
Players who have tried the demo report that Decarnation uses an RPG aesthetic to evoke complex feelings in the player, such as anxiety and turmoil, to communicate its story.
The game is scheduled for release in early 2023 and is now available for preview on Steam page.
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