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A detective RPG of improbable depth. The beauty of Disco Elysium, aside from its gorgeous art and superb writing, is sculpting the lead character into any kind of detective you like—including a bad one.
You don't need to be Sherlock Holmes when you have a magic pocket watch that lets you revisit the moment of a person's death. Obra Dinn is hugely satisfying because there's zero hand-holding.
While the investigation phase in most detect-'em-ups is normally scripted, Paradise Killer is truly open-ended. Exploring the game's vividly weird setting at your own pace is a joy.
A bold narrative experiment where no two playthroughs are exactly alike. Take a non-linear path through its twisting mystery as you search a fragmented archive of video clips.
Inspired by Hitchcock's Rear Window, this neo-noir adventure takes place entirely in an apartment overlooking a plaza in 1970s Spain. It's simple and light on interaction, but the story is fantastic.
Think Glengarry Glen Ross meets Casablanca, but with creator Tim Schafer's trademark humor. It's not a traditional detective game, but it's so steeped in film noir imagery, it feels like one.
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