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Deponia Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET In its third year, the Nintendo Switch has gained a somewhat justified reputation as a ‘port machine’, and while games such as Onimusha and DOOM have been welcomed with glee and enjoyment, others have arrived with an Alan Partridge-style shrug and a ‘How Much?!’ shouted from the garden. With that, we have been graced with Deponia, a point-and-click game in which you control the fates of two characters named Rufus and Goal set in the garbage-filled land of Kuvaq, and it’s up to you to reach the floating city of the rich known as Elysium and live happily ever after. Developed by Daedalic Entertainment, this is a game which was originally released over seven years ago, and alongside their other game, Silence, has been ported to the Switch. Much like Daedalic’s other games, you control a character (or two) and watch on as their stories intertwine, while you use a Joy-Con (or a pad of your choice) to progress throughout the game. As was the case with Silence, Deponia looks amazing, especially when played in docked mode.TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Deponia Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Deponia Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

The animations and the hand-drawn graphics really pop-out on an HD TV, and the level of detail is welcome as you’ll have an almost-obsessive need to just explore every screen you walk into. Even at the start – which opens with your toothbrush running away (yes, you read that correctly) – there’s an inexplicable charm to Deponia, making you care about what happens to Rufus and Goal by the time you finish the game. Having said that, sometimes Daedalic goes too far. There did seem a desperate need to be ‘funny’ throughout the whole adventure, and while at times it did work, many gags fell flat, almost harkening back to when The Simpsons jumped the shark. Still, the puzzles – arguably the most important part of this kind of game – are plentiful and well-constructed. They’re very fun to solve and while you do admittedly control a character who is the village idiot, it can still result in some funny dialogue when you succeed or fail these tasks. This tone is what will almost certainly keep you tuned into Deponia, despite the occasionally flat joke.

Deponia Developer Commentary.

The fun, the comedy and the fantastic art-style – all of these elements combine to make for a really enjoyable point-and-click adventure. Similar to Silence, the style and charm on offer goes a long way, and there’s a curiosity to see just where Rufus and Goal end up next. The developers have said that the subsequent games in the series are coming to Switch as well, which will be music to the ears of long-time fans. However, this does bring us to the elephant in the room here. Deponia, like Silence, costs £30 in the UK, yet it’s possible to get all of the games in the Deponia series (Deponia, Chaos on Deponia, Goodbye Deponia, Deponia Doomsday) at a reduced price on other digital stores (the PlayStation 4 collection of all the games currently retails at £33, but on Steam it has been as low as £4.49). Granted, a physical version on a Switch game card is also available, but it’s impossible to ignore the fact that once again, Switch owners are paying a premium for a game which is quite old by today’s standards. Deponia” is actually the first of a series, with the main title hitting Nintendo Switch on April 24, 2019 for $39.99. The Jackbox Party Pack 9 

Deponia Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Deponia Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

The game opens in a future where the world is a trash heap wasteland. Houses are stacked on piles of rubble and each other. Neighbors are clothed in a mish-mash of steampunk-inspired gear, scarves and open trench coats. The water is contaminated sludge. And you play an idiot wallowing through the mess. The setting for “Deponia” is one of my favorites in fiction, and this game felt like the lovechild of Pajama Sam and Borderlands. The art style was full of clean lines and intriguing details that felt painted, like a polished graphic novel. Even for a point-and-click adventure, there was always something catching my eye while exploring, and each shift to a cutscene felt nearly seamless. The game takes the player through a small map of puzzles and character interactions that build the story of the town Deponia—a neighborhood of sarcastic and bemused characters who can’t stand the protagonist, Rufus. Rufus is a screw-up. He’s spent most of his adult life doing everything wrong, with the least amount of effort he can get away with.

Bizarre characters and wacky humor.

When the story begins, he’s packing his bags to escape Deponia for a place called Elysium. By the name and desire alone, it’s clear there is something drawing him there, such as the idea of a Utopian society beyond the trash he lives among now. When we meet Rufus, he is building an escape pod to get out of town. Thus begins the first chapter of Rufus’ story. It’s interesting playing an idiot and not a heroic main character for once. This dynamic plays into the amount of creativity I needed in order to get through some of the story. The puzzles were pretty straightforward and expected for this type of game, but I would be lying if I didn’t admit I had to look up a walkthrough for a couple of them. “Deponia” gives the player a lot of creative freedom in how to solve puzzles and what to do with the items collected. Once I was thinking like Rufus, I had a better idea of what he wanted me to do, but there were still some moments that weren’t completely obvious to me. Other than sending me into a spiral of “Am I dumber than Rufus?” each time I struggled with a puzzle, once I did figure out the answer, it was worth it. If I can caution anyone. HunterX

Deponia Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Deponia Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

I would recommend saving after every other puzzle you solve to avoid hitches in the story because you did something backwards. I missed the chance to use a blow-dart gun on Toni (by combining the funnel, dart and tranquilizer), and because I chose not to do this one sequence, Rufus acted as though he didn’t know how to use the funnel later. This may be a bug, or perhaps Daedalic Entertainment didn’t expect me to play the game in the sequence of events I had. Either way, the blow-dart gun wasn’t an obvious combination from those three objects for me, but after looking it up it all came together. Nearly everything about this game left me chuckling and saying, “Of course Rufus would do that. Of course.” And that’s his charm. His neighbors may want him gone, but you can tell he’s not been kicked out of town yet because he’s a source of ridiculous entertainment. Even if it’s at his expense. The world of Deponia is something I want to see more, and I can’t wait to check out the rest of the series when I get the chance. At the heart of Daedalic GmbH’s April 2019 release is the unconventional story of the loveable protagonist, Rufus.

Challenging puzzles and hours of dialogue.

But nothing is conventional within Deponia: the setting is a huge rubbish heap, the characters are incredibly wacky, and the story subverts so many typical conventions. But, all in all, it’s a story centred around young and lazy Rufus – a character who has ambitions for more in life. The most striking aspect of Deponia is the art design. There’s a brilliant 2D cartoon style, added to by a multitude of bright colours. Although Deponia is set in a rubbish heap, it’s like none you’ve ever seen before. Within this setting there are fully functioning small towns, and a wide array of characters who live there too. The art style is added to by the really catchy music, and it fits perfectly into the ambience of the setting. Each character is designed in a very over-the-top style, but the designs work perfectly for the game. Expect to come across dejected workers, smug ‘friends’, and even crazy scientists. Each character is voiced brilliantly, with the array of accents again add to the overall eccentric feel of Deponia. Rufus isn’t given too much backstory, but he will comment on pretty much every action taken.

The majority of the comedy hits the target, with only a few missteps overall. It’s very slapstick, and quite dry humour too – but this relates to Rufus’ personality; he’s downbeat, and searching for more from life. Despite his sense of negativity he’s a very endearing character, and honestly is one of the standouts in Deponia. Deponia introduces its point and click mechanics from the very first level in the game, and right from the start it doesn’t shy away from offering up a challenge to the player. Rufus begins the game by planning to escape his setting (once more), but first needs to pack his suitcase. This involves searching around the house (which he shares with his ex-girlfriend) and trying to locate the items he needs. It’s far from easy: it’s not as straightforward as locating what is needed, picking it up, and taking it to the suitcase. There’s a variety of sequences that need to be followed. Certain items are required to initiate a sequence – and these all follow a very logical step-by-step process. However, one of the overriding issues with Deponia is how challenging it can be to follow these sequences.

Deponia Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Deponia Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Within Rufus’ house it’s not a huge problem as there are only three floors to search through, but once the levels get bigger – and they do get a lot bigger – following these sequences can be really time consuming and a little tedious. Nintendo Switch owners are getting yet another port. Introducing Deponia, a beloved point-and-click adventure that PC gamers have been enjoying for almost a decade. Featuring a fully voiced cast of wacky characters, beautifully hand-drawn visuals, and challenging puzzles. If you’re itching for a humorous journey that’ll make you think – Deponia might be for you. In Deponia, you’ll assume the role of Rufus, a smart-ass inventor with his life-long dream of leaving his junkyard home of Deponia to reach the floating city of Elysium. However, his journey takes quite the turn when he comes across a beautiful woman named Goal. And wouldn’t you know it – she’s married – so that complicates things a bit. But Rufus is our determined protagonist that will stop at nothing to get what he wants. Along the way, Rufus will interact with many other citizens of Deponia, such as the bartender Lonzo, his best friend Wenzel, and his ex-girlfriend Toni. It’ll take some smooth talking and clever inventions to get our hero what he wants. Terror of Hemasaurus

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