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The Detail Season One

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The Detail Season One

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The Detail Season Pass Contains all 3 Episodes of The Detail:

The Detail is a neo-noir crime adventure in which the player must make tough choices and deal with the resulting consequences in a modern American city where cases matter, clearance rates matter, and on a good day even justice matters.

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The Detail Season Pass Contains all 3 Episodes of The Detail:

The Detail is a neo-noir crime adventure in which the player must make tough choices and deal with the resulting consequences in a modern American city where cases matter, clearance rates matter, and on a good day even justice matters.

The first season tells the story of a veteran detective investigating a brutal gangland murder, a reformed criminal trying to protect his family, and a rookie officer who finds herself thrown in at the deep end. The gameplay focuses on a branching narrative mixed with interactive comics, and is completed by a professional audio track.

The Detail combines the emotional impact of Telltale Games' The Walking Dead with the themes of a realistic crime drama like HBO's The Wire, delivered with our own unique visual style inspired heavily by graphic novels.


The season contains three episodes:

  • Episode 1 – Where the Dead Lie

  • Episode 2 – From the Ashes

  • Episode 3 – Devil in the Detail


Key Features

  • Character driven story influenced by the player's choices

  • Multiple playable protagonists

  • Mature themes for mature players

  • Ethical and moral challenges

  • Point n' click gameplay, with a modern mix of adventure game & interactive comic

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Publisher:
Rival Games
Developer:
Rival Games
Genres:
Mac
Source:
Rival Games
Released:
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Modes:
Languages:
English
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Minimum Requirements

WINDOWS:

  • OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
  • Graphics: DX9 (shader model 2.0) capabilities; generally everything made since 2004 should work.
  • DirectX: Version 9.0

MAC:

  • OS: Mac OS X 10.6+
  • Graphics: DX9 (shader model 2.0) capabilities; generally everything made since 2004 should work.
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Starts off with cliche but potential and squanders it

The Detail is a police adventure game with elements of noir narration, and visual style, this contains all three episodes, the first season (though a second season doesn't seem likely). The setting stays true to life without any kind of supernatural elements that is commonly found in detective video games, though this can start to be a problem as things can be formulaic, complete with the usual predictable lines that you've been seeing for 30 years on cop shows and movies, complete with the angry police interrogation where you are told to cool down and that this isn't the way things are done and an internal affairs investigator disagreeing with your methods. Even the characters you control are pretty cliche, characters include a rookie cop, burnt out older detective, and former informant. As is almost always the case in these types of games you are offered choices but most have very little meaning as they will amount to little more than callback lines later on, having no real effect on what happens. The art style of the game changes depending on what kind of scene you are looking at (it could be in the comic style, walking around an environment, and the art on the character portraits) and can make characters look different. The first episode ends in way where you think things will get more interesting for two of the characters but nothing really comes of it. The choices you make throughout the episodes don't have much of an impact on anything and it would have been better if the games, which already give so little time to its characters, just had a focused narrative that could go only one way. It says you have ethical and moral choices but really that just amounts to being a bad cop that ignores the rights of people and who damages his own cases. Playing through all three episodes will take a little over three hours, combined with the low quality of the art and uninspired writing the price is too high.

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