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D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die -Season One

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This is the story of a man with a very strange fate. His name is David Young – formerly with the Boston PD Narcotics Unit, now a private detective. He possesses the supernatural ability to “dive” into the world of the past by touching left-behind items called “mementos.” Two years ago, Young’s wife was killed by an unknown assailant, and Young suffered a blow to the head that cost him his memory. His wife’s final words: “Look for D.” D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die - A new mystery adventure game from SWERY, the mind behind Deadly Premonition. This unsettling tale unfolds through a series of episodes as the hero pursues his wife’s murderer and dives into the past. Season One includes the Prologue, Episode 1, and Episode 2. Enter the crazy world of D4, meet its cast of quirky characters and watch as the gripping tale unfolds.Game Features An unpredictable story. Numerous weird and eccentric characters. A brand-new game experience, with immersive controls adapted to keyboard and mouse. Clues scattered about the world to help you find your mark. Use your special abilities to find hints and open the way forward when you’re stuck. Collect credits to buy clothing and beards. Dress David up however you like.
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Release date
Jun 5, 2015
Developer
Access Games
Publisher
AGM PLAYISM, Active Gaming Media
Age rating
13+ Teen
Website
http://d4-game.com/pc/index.html

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit edition / Windows 8 64-bit edition / Windows 10 64-bit edition
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 @ 2.83GHz or an equivalent AMD CPU
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 470 or AMD Radeon HD 6870 (VRAM 1GB)
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • Sound Card: A DirectX 11 compatible card
  • Additional Notes: Keyboard and mouse necessary. Compatible with XInput controllers such as the Xbox 360 controller. Display: 1280x720.
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit edition / Windows 8 64-bit edition / Windows 10 64-bit edition
  • Processor: Intel Corei7 4770K @ 3.5GHz or an equivalent AMD CPU
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 or AMD Radeon HD 7850 (VRAM 2GB)
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 20 GB available space
  • Sound Card: A DirectX 11 compatible card
  • Additional Notes: Keyboard and mouse necessary. Compatible with XInput controllers such as the Xbox 360 controller. Display: 1920x1080.
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D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die -Season One reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Pu, difficult Case. In principle, I liked the Game. If you are looking for a Game for The End of the day, where you don't have to do much yourself, such as in the Telltale games, you are well advised here. Graphic is quite nice, Music sometimes really good, Translation okay. However, you have to get involved in the Setting-a lot of cranky Characters can be found here. When a Person appeared (for those who played it: The Character who jumps into one on the first Walk through the Apartment), I was actually Considering whether I was breaking the Game. Didn't and am happy with My Decision in Hindsight. But as I said, anyone who copes with such a thing and also with the typical Humor from Manga, etc., is well served here. Problem of the Whole thing, which is why I find it difficult to do with a Review, is the same thing that has already been criticized by most others here: The "Season" contains two Episodes with an overall Very short running time, even if you take a lot of Time like me. At the same time, it's not entirely clear whether a Sequel will follow after the Cliffhanger at the End. Have bought the Game in Christmas sale, for that it's fine (if they continue the Game). And in principle, I would also give a general Buy recommendation, but not at the short Term. So, as long as there is no Continuation and it costs 15 Euros: In the Sale yes, without Sale no.
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I like the Telltale games games and so I watched the game at the Request of the Developer with a Key for Review Purposes and it's quite good. More on that: You play private Investigator David Young, whose Wife (Little Peggy) was cruelly killed. The only Clue to her Killer is the Letter D. The Game is a very twisted, crazy Detective-action-click and Point game, with some Quick-time events. Music and Sound are very successful and underscore the Game very appropriately. To Help Solve the Cases, Detective Young Is Assisted by some Special Skills. For Example, the Ability Of Intuition and Stamina. This allows them to view any overlooked Clues, but it does not have unlimited Stamina and Intuition. By drinking, for example, Tequila and eating food, they can be replenished. Furthermore, Young can travel through time With the help of Mementos found since the Death of his Wife. This Ability is also imperative to Solve each Case. You Can also collect extra Costumes and Bonus Points, open Fortune cookies, drink Coffee, play With a "Cat ..." Etc Sometimes there is a lot of things to do that you get distracted from the Path (solving the Case). Conclusion: You can compare D4 with some Games of the Telltale Games, but on Droge:) Some Scenes are turned off sooo, you don't think so. A clear Recommendation from me!
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