In case 2020 wasn't quite enough politics for you.

Disco Elysium, the intensely complex political-supernatural-murder-mystery-thriller-detective novel-RPG that's clearly quite hard to put in any one genre category, has been out on PC since 2019. It's due to hit PS4 and PS5 in March, and the Nintendo Switch some time this summer. For those who haven't yet played it (or are waiting for the Switch version), it's like if someone combined Dungeons and Dragons with a sprinkle of Lovecraft and Lynch, plus the horrible nightmares you get when you mix caffeine and alcohol. There's really nothing like it.

Following rave reviews and a slew of awards, developer ZA/UM has been working hard on both the console ports and a new, updated version of the game, called Disco Elysium: The Final Cut. In an interview with our lovely blue sister site (and good friend) Push Square, writer Justin Keenan spoke about just what the Final Cut will include.

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February 09, 2021 at 06:30AM
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