Disco Elysium – Review, Specs, Requirements, Wiki, GamePlay


About Disco Elysium

Disco Elysium is a groundbreaking open world role playing game. You’re a detective with a unique skill system at your disposal and a whole city block to carve your path across. Interrogate unforgettable characters, crack murders or take bribes. Become a hero or an absolute disaster of a human being.

Unprecedented freedom of choice​. Intimidate, sweet-talk, resort to violence, write poetry, sing karaoke, dance like a beast or solve the meaning of life. Disco Elysium is the most faithful representation of desktop role playing ever attempted in video games.

Countless tools for role playing.​ Mix and match from 24 wildly different skills. Develop a personal style with 80 clothes items. Wield 14 tools from guns to flashlights to a boombox, or pour yourself a cocktail of 6 different psychoactive substances. Develop your character even further with 60 wild ​thoughts ​to think – with the detective’s Thought Cabinet.

A revolutionary dialogue system with unforgettable characters. ​The world is alive with real people, not extras. Play them against each other, try to help them, or fall hopelessly in love. Disco Elysium’s revolutionary dialogue system, with partially voiced characters, lets you do almost anything.

Carve your unique path across the city​. Explore, manipulate, collect tare or become a millionaire in an open world unlike anything you’ve seen before. The city of Revachol is yours for the taking, one small piece at a time. From the streets to the beaches – and beyond.

Hard boiled, hard core. ​Death, sex, taxes and disco – nothing is off the table. Revachol is a real place with real challenges. Solve a massive murder investigation, or relax and kick back with sprawling side-cases. The detective decides, the citizens abide

Disco Elysium – Trailer


Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX 11 compatible video card (integrated or dedicated with min 512MB memory)
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 20 GB available space

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7/8/10
Processor: Intel Core i7 or AMD 1800 equivalent
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA Geforce 1060 or equivalent
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 20 GB available space

Disco Elysium -Gameplay

Disco Elysium-Review

Disco Elysium. I played this game for 16 hours and completed it. That’s not 16 hours in bursts; that’s 16 straight hours. I picked this game up and I could not put it down. I didn’t sleep, I barely ate, until I’d finished it. Very, very few games have ever seized me like this one did.

This game is simply incredible. It’s amazingly engaging, it tells a fantastic story and it’s simply unlike anything else I have ever played. It’s got that Eastern European cynicism, but then blindsides you with moments of stunning emotion that slip under your guard like a knife in the ribs. If you enjoy experiencing a truly unique world in a way you’ve never done before, this game is for you. If you want a game that’s thoughtful and exception, this game is for you. This is a triumphant experience and I recommend it to anyone who wants to be utterly engaged and absorbed by their entertainment.

An expanse, intricate world, with existential trippy features/conversations/contexts. Wide range of options of how and what to play, can’t imagine how much work was put into writing all that. It is basically impossible to see everything in the game – choices are countless and outcomes often unique in terms of what further choices you would get. It’s a web impossible to untagle as a player – just play through as you feel and have it as an experience. If you get tired of it at some point, better to take a day or two off than to rush it with not enough patience. You can miss things and never even find out you did.
Everyone seems to have done a remarkable job as no part is bad – you might still be a bigger fan of one aspect than of another, but that is the beauty of the complexity of the game.

Weirdly engaging. It’s a good game but it will not be for everyone.

You will spend 90% of the time reading text, there’s no traditional combat (which is great because I find cRPG combat tedious and often slow), and the last 10% is clicking to move/interact. So don’t even bother if that’s not something you can deal with. There is some voice acting but it is pretty cringey.

The skill system and “inner dialogue” is something special, a unique take on the typical RPG style that plays out so well within the game’s theme. It is what kept me playing through to the end.

The story itself I wouldn’t call amazing thinking back on it, but in the moment you are intrigued to find out more.

**Review as seen on Steam

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