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The Interview

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'The Interview' is an experimental experience. It's not about "what" is the Interview, it's about "why". The Interview will ask you questions, will make you decide and you will answer them. But it's not as simple as that. It's not just an interview.

Your name is Adam. You're searching for a job. You walk into a white room while a voice tells you to sit in the red chair. You really don't know anything but your name. So the room starts with the experiments. Are you left-handed or right-handed? Black or white? But things start to get weirder and weirder until you realize what's going on.

Everything is related to the red box.

That red little box.
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  • OS: Windows XP (latest SP)/ Vista/ Windows 7
  • Processor: Core 2 Duo
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Direct X9.0c Compatible
  • Storage: 800 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Yes
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Warning: I don't think this Game is for Children's Hands. Be it so short and so spongily animated, some Scenes are certainly quite disturbing for young Eyes. A Game designed under the Sign of "The Stanley Parable." It's crazy and very short with a Playing Time of about 20 Minutes, which is quite justified for the Price of £230. The Game is about a young Man who is invited to an Interview and quickly the Player gets with that here not everything with right things. The Interviewer's Questions are becoming increasingly accurate and, above all, together with the intermittent Changes in the environment, you are pointing out the Outcome of the Story quite early on. Nevertheless, the Game remains very exciting and maintains the 20min. throughout, mainly due to the Alternating Bath of feelings in which it brings the Player. Interest-Boredom-Confusion-Loathing-Interest and so on and so on. But it remains to be said that the Game does not have nearly the Sophistication of "The Stanley Parable," but is a little more dark. Conclusion: For €2 a short Snack that is certainly not full for long. Bad Animations and the predictable Story cloud the Picture too much for that. Rating: 4/10 Points, as the Will to see but still lacks all Corners and Edges!
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Microsoft from French
A good idea to start, a game that allowed to glimpse corneal and psychological choices with consequences but it is nothing. I ended the game twice by making radically opposing decisions, it didn't change anything. We will let you sit on your Chair until you want to click on the only option that is available or continue maintenance, where is the alternative? http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=392148667 Yes you do not dream, I finished twice the game for the duration displayed on steam or 2x10 minutes... Even €2 is way too much! The "game" would make a good short film to the limit but not a game, there is nothing to do! Watching a walkthrough you won't miss a crumb. And then the idea of putting a disgusting video overlay so much for its quality worthy of a YouTube video compressed to death that for its disturbing images sucks. http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?ID=392148688 the game explains the absence of the guy who makes us pass the interview by an excuse of the style "I am a microphone at the bottom", yes you just wanted to not model a type... And there's worse, while the gameplay is limited to clicking on a choice or advancing straight even that's missed! The mouse is so nervous that it is difficult to focus on an object, I finally for 10 minutes tell me... Read more reviews on my curation page: Kitsune's Guide
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