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    Jan 23rd, 2020 at 00:59:02     -    Disco Elysium (PC)

    During this part of playing. I found the game discusses most of the controversial topics in the world we live in, including ideological struggles, class confrontations, sexual ridicule, and racial discrimination topics, etc. they are all discussed thoroughly in the game. of course, the game There is no choice of side on any topic, everything is the player's own choice.
    as for the gaming part. I found very interesting that the developer considers emotion as a skill. for example, empathy is a skill in the game which you can level and if you level it up enough, you will unlock extra conversation.

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    Jan 22nd, 2020 at 00:47:06     -    Disco Elysium (PC)

    Disco Elysium is a video game similar to a TRPG. The gameplay has a strong sense of drama. Its core advancement method is similar to the puzzle design of "Divinity: Original Sin II". It requires the player to dismantle a complete plot, without guiding, and let players collect and splice by themselves.
    The protagonist in Disco Elysium has a negative attitude towards his past. He feels dazed and apprehensive about the past. He asks himself: who am I. and he wants to escape from himself. the text is elegant and charming to read. The description of spirit and emotion is far more complicated than any game I have ever played.
    And that is all I feel for the first 30 minutes playing. I feel I can learn more from this game in the following playing

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    Jan 17th, 2019 at 03:15:44     -    battlefield1 (PC)

    The detail in Battlefield 1 is stunning. In character two, there are two German soldiers chatting. One asks another why don't they isolate those who are sick? and another responded that the newspaper said that the flu is only very serious in Spain. It will not affect us.
    The in-game time is 1918. In real history, the Spanish flu has ravaged the world. However, due to the blockade news and the war. Only the Spanish media reported the epidemic. So everyone thought that the flu was still only in Spain.
    Later in the game, you will found more soldiers die in the barracks.
    Battlefield 1 is a good example for showing the cruelty of the war. I always remember a line in the game. Every person you saw in the scope is a real person. Games usually don't show you people die in the war due to illness, but Battlefield 1 did.

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    Jan 16th, 2019 at 01:51:11     -    battlefield1 (PC)

    I have played Battlefield 1 before but never played single-player campaign before. Before the gameplay, I heard Battlefield 1 get a good reputation on the single-player campaign. And it really shocks me. The very first level go though a lot of different areas. From the infantry to the air. The develop really trying hard to show us how cruel the war is. I really like the scene when infantry charging. No matter how good you are, you still will die to the bullets from nowhere. Just like the individual can't change the war. People are fragile in the war.

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