Published by point and click expert Daedelic but developed by Irresponsible Games, 1954: Alcatraz doesn't completely share the 2D legacy of the German publisher and developer found in series like Deponia or The Whispered World, to name but two. The story is set in the fifties with a jazzy atmosphere that tries to remain faithful to the police detective movies of the time, but it seems to lack a little something to make it really appealing. Joe and Christine, respectively convict in Alcatraz and girlfriend, will have to work together, which means both characters are playable and switchable at any time. The important of choices is said to have an impact on the way the story unfolds and there are multiple endings. That being said, the first German reviews are rather disappointing, so don't expect this new game to be as interesting as Daedelic's other successful titles. Here are a few videos for you to judge.
wow, my copy of BF1 Revo came satthered and the disc unreadable. thanks amazon. (1 Hour ago)
@GriftGFX: No no. They say: yes it is gambling, but we have to investigate further hoW EA does it to determine if it's gambling. It's a weird interview. (3 Hours ago)
They're probably struggling to understand how it's different from a variety of other products on their shelves. (4 Hours ago)
EA as 'randomised lootboxes'. I think the gaming industry has a strong lobby.... (4 Hours ago)
@Tiz: Just read an interview with the gambling commision on the lootboxes in BF2. They have to investigate if what EA offers really is based on chance. Wait, what? That is proven and is advertised by (4 Hours ago)
@droezelke: I hope they get addicted to them in the process. (7 Hours ago)
The Netherlands has startedan investigation into lootboxes. Also France is considering to research it. Great! (11 Hours ago)