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Warm Lamp Games
The Ministry of Introductions is honored to introduce Hector, the ex-landlord succeeded by Carl Shteyn. You may remember him being beaten and then dragged away, but things arent always what they seem to be... Welcome back to the grim dystopian future of Beholder , where ordinary people struggle to survive while subjected to the directives of an iron-fisted Government! The time has come to tell the stories of: the one who has fallen a victim to a horrifying mistake, and is now desperately seeking for salvation; the ones who broke the law to find happiness and are now facing the consequences; the one who risked his life for the State but has been left behind; the one who had everything but lost it all; and the one who mews! Youll meet many others, all of whom are living under the same roof – and under the thumb of a government that has absolute control over its citizens and never turns its peering eye away! Return to Krushvice 6 and serve the State and Wise Leader well!
After Beholder had me completely under his spell, but I had played it through relatively quickly, I was very happy about the DLC Blissful Sleep. Br>Blissful Sleep is constructed in the same way as the main game, but you play a new or old landlord - It...
plays before the time of the main game. As landlord Medina it is no longer only a matter of managing the house or monitoring the tenants, but also of bare survival, because after the enactment of a euthanasia programme you only have a short time until you are called up to do so yourself. Medina seemed to me clearly 'more humane' than Carl and was therefore more sympathetic to me overall. Overall, Blissful Sleep isn't as hard on the atmosphere as the main game, but in my opinion not less oppressive - after all, it's about survival. The options for action in Blissful Sleep are not quite as broad as in the main game, and I personally never had any problems raising money, which brought me to my limits in Beholder. Nevertheless, I found Blissful Sleep more difficult than the main game - mainly because of time constraints. Right at the beginning there was a - for me - really crisp task with a time limit, and later the time elapsing until the euthanasia program is picked up really pushes the pace of the game. You have to think very carefully in which order you do what and which tenants you take in and when in order to be able to do everything. Overall I played 10 hours of Blissful Sleep before reaching the end I was aiming for. This included a lot of loading processes, twice even until almost the beginning of the game. Without recharging you can easily play through Blissful Sleep in about 4 hours. For me, Blissful Sleep is a very good extension, but it doesn't quite reach the format of the skin play.
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