Have you ever felt so good about a new job that you just couldn't wait for your first day? Everybody wants to get paid. But what if you rolled on into your new 9-5 space only to find it cursed by a witch? It can happen! As shown by Yuppie Psycho.
Pulling out all the big names, this retro-styled dystopian adventure title pulls influence from the likes of Shintaro Kago, David Lynch, J.G. Ballad and a host of other artsy types. There's even mention of American Psycho and cult classics like Brazil. The movie, we imagine. Brazil isn't under the influence of a witch.
So meet Brian! He's the latest target of Indie developers 'Baroque Decay' to land into an anime-esque bloodbath. If you're a fan of Silent Hill, Deadly Premonition or the recently released Yomawari: Night Alone, there's probably a lot for you to pull out of this one. There's even a Richard & Alice vibe for anyone who played that little gem. Poor Brian didn't ask for this, but the devs are asking for your Greenlight support to push this guy into a bad situation.!
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It's your first day on the job, but you're already breaking and entering Sintracorp in an attempt to figure out its dirty little secrets. Keeping your briefcase firmly by your side, you'll maneuver your way around monsters while solving enough puzzles on each of the company building's many floors. It's a concept very similar to their last game - The Count Lucanor.
Brian is all over the place with this one; so it's likely we will be too. With a healthy hint of Corpse Party, what can go wrong? Lets take a look at the trailer down below. It's coming next year. Hopefully.
Yuppie Psycho Aims To Take A Leaf From Horror Classics And The Legend Of Zelda
23 December 2016 | By Josh Brown