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Mercury: Cascade into Madness

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Mercury is a quirky, unpredictable, and a violent vigilante who seeks to bring justice upon a variety of low-life scum in the city. General Features: An urban sci-fi cyberpunk setting, taking place in a crime-ridden city where vigilante justice is a common occurrence. Choice and consequence. The choices you make will have an impact on the world around you. Similar skill progression system to City of Chains – gain skill points by completing tasks and making progress in the story. Use a variety of ways to tackle the challenges, be it stealth, charisma, lockpicking, or head-on combat. Weapon Charge combat system – no more worrying about ammo! Use basic weapon skills to charge it up, then unleash these charges with stronger attacks. 2 difficulty modes – Normal and Challenging. Story overview: Mercury is a quirky, unpredictable, and a violent vigilante who seeks to bring justice upon a variety of low-life scum in the city. However, she used to be a normal person with a normal life, a smart young woman with ambitions. One night changed it all. A traumatic experience sent her mind tumbling down into a spiral of madness. Haunted by nightmares and struggling to trust others, Mercury saw a new meaning in her life. Driven by her newfound purpose, Mercury took to the streets to punish those who are responsible for what happened to her, so that an experience like this won’t happen to anyone else. However, before long, she finds herself entangled in something much bigger than her own sense of revenge. She soon discovers that petty criminals are only a tip of the iceberg and that the city contains individuals who are far worse. In order to bring down the enemy, she will have to find potential allies, make hard decisions, manipulate others when necessary, and use unhinged violence in order to keep herself safe through all this. You are Mercury. Whether she becomes an agent of justice or a ruthless killer is in your hands. You can check out Astromic Games' popular RPG titles on Steam here: http://store.steampowered.com/bundle/347/
Release date
Aug 10, 2017
Astronomic Games
New Reality Games Int.
New Reality Games
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP or Above
  • Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2.Ghz or above
  • Graphics: Minimum 640x480 Desktop Resolution
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Stereo Sound
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Mercury: Cascade into Madness reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
I put the Game 5 points out of 10 (for more in my opinion is not pulling, for RPG Maker. Therefore, it is not meaningful to evaluate the gameplay-it is the same for all RPGM-games.) Pros: + Cyberpunk. + Not Very Short-12 episodes, it pleases. Sorry There is no neutral feedback.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Controversial Themes in the usual Astronomic Games quality Mercury: Cascade into Madness turns out to be a surprisingly tough Tobak. If the Game had originated in AAA quality, it would probably have been indexed by now. In any case, there are few Computer Games in which one can act so cruelly. Of Course, much of it is purely optional and the usual modest RPG maker presentation weakens a lot anyway. Nevertheless, I find this Aspect worth mentioning. Fortunately, Astronomic Games does not rest on this Controversy, but ensures that the Rest of the Game Astronomics also holds And sometimes exceeds the usual quality Standard. As for Choices & Consequences, Cascade into Madness is guided by relevant CRPG classics like Something Fallout. For example, there is even the Possibility to bypass the final Boss fight completely, which is enormously remarkable for such a small RPG maker game! It is also easy to forgive the Fact that some Game elements from the quasi predecessor City of Chains fell victim to Scissors and the Basic Plot about the Debauchery of a brutal Gait is not quite as captivating as the Stories of previous Astronomic Games titles. If you liked the previous Games of the Developer, you can access here again without hesitation. I would even go so far as to say that Mercury is one of his better Productions. Pro and Contra: Pro:-the Plot dares to approach sensitive, adult themes (Torture, Murder, mental Disorders)-accustomed to uncomplicated control via Keyboard or Controller-really good Implementation of Choices & Consequences, as well as Achievements increase the Resroplay value-still unused Game mechanics based on City of Chains (neither Exp, Level-Ups or Random Battles, different Approaches to solving Problems) Neutral:-two different levels of Difficulty-the Degree of difficulty Compared to previous Titles such as Atonement 2 or City of Chains, it seems much lower-but the Gameplay is still based on RPG maker game principles-Graphics and Sound are based only on the RPG maker's prefabricated expansion pack-despite the Possibilities It is a very linear Game counter:-some Game systems have been removed without replacement (ammunition and morality system)-Graphics kit is relatively unused but rather unattractive-playing time is very short (about 6 Hours) The Full Review: http://www.gamecontrast.de/mercury-cascade-into-madness-review/
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