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The original Indie Cult Classic returns fully restored, and more evocative than ever. Pathologic Classic HD is the Definitive Edition of the original Cult Classic Psychological First-Person Survival game. The game represents a unique and unforgettable experience as it transports players in a weird town which crouches, ominous, in the far reaches of an ancient steppe. It was once a small drover settlement, huddled around a monstrous abattoir—but something about the butchery it was near has changed it. It has developed an odd social structure over the course of several generations.
Bought this game for the second time because it's one of the genius games I've ever played and I want to say '''THANK YOU''). Even then the game was outdated in terms of both stiff gameplay and graphics, and yet I never regretted...
it. IMPORTANT: In the game you are stressed all the time, because the time is running and you have to:
1. from day to day (about 14 days in total if I remember correctly) several people have to talk full to find out what is actually going on and how you can help.
2. loot as many objects as possible, for which you have to break into houses that are either already occupied by other thieves or murderers, who are looting and have no desire for your presence at all or inhabited by epidemic victims that you can either rob or treat
3. to counter the SEUCHE and its consequences - with every advancing day more corpses = more looters = more ACTION. 4. deal with resource scarcity - hardly any ammunition, medication, food, as the city is under quarantine. Make decisions permanently, although you have no idea what consequences the decisions made will have. In addition, the game is equipped with one of the best soundtracks I know. The music is not only inciting, it is also indispensable for the gloomy and occult mood. So, you should listen to some tracks on YouTube. If they get on your nerves, the game is not recommended.
You can play 3 different characters with absurdly far apart stories - made very very horny
If I was stinking rich, I would hire the same developer troupe at least every 10 years 'to produce a new edition.
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