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The Sinking City
The Sinking City

Genre: Open-World
Developer: Frogwares
Publisher: Bigben Classification: M15+
Release Date:
4th July 2019
Thursday, 27 June 2019
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 01:39pm 27/06/19 | 0 Comments
The Sinking City from developer Fragwares is an interesting beast. On the one hand, it's a representative piece of H.P. Lovecraft-inspired storytelling in videogame form. The detective nature of the game makes for interesting gameplay, but isn't as wholly freeform as we're promised. But, it's still very good.

But let's let our review do the talking, here's a snippet:
Still, the story here is just really great. Fantastic even. And it’s not the devs’ fault that the issues mentioned above exist, either. Money was clearly a factor. And maybe Big Ben and Frogwares bit off more than they can chew, but I stand by the game’s addictive PI loop; revelation and working out how to get the most out of each investigation is true carrot and string gameplay. And they succeed here. Unfortunately, it just doesn’t come together as a whole. There’s genuine desire and ability -- specifically from a writing perspective -- within this studio. And if they were given more dollerydoos there’s no telling how far they could go.

Like, comparatively, the writing on a singular level (not entirely branching, mind), is The Witcher 3 levels...
Click here for our full The Sinking City review.