Papers, Please
Dzordanas Sep 2, 2013 @ 2:44am
This game is revolutionary.
Played it at my friends house all niiight! Buying it today.


This game PROOVED to the gaming world that graphics don't ♥♥♥♥ing matter at all. Gameplay is everything. Papers, Please is not only basic, but fun, addicting and an amazing concept.

While the other 80% of game developers are focusing on graphics, the indie side is mainly focusing on gameplay, at least, after Papers, Please was released I've seen a lot of Concepts and Greenlight projects launch that had GREAT gameplay and only basic or medium scales graphics. I'm glad Papers, Please exists, it is revolutionary to gaming.
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class101 Sep 2, 2013 @ 6:52am 
What I like the most in this game is you never play a same game twice, replayability is brillant, even if you fear English titles, this one is really easy to understand good work devs, for me is as good as Don't Starve is
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sit up and smoke Sep 2, 2013 @ 12:21pm 
I agree, the gameplay is unique and incredible, but you have to learn to appreciate the graphics too!

Developers that create incredible games like this realize how significant 8-bit or 16-bit art can be, and how a single pixel can change the meaning from the art. Graphics DO matter! Imagine this game with 64 bit 3D rainbow imagery... Everything that's so great would be lost in crappy overworked graphics.

This game shows incredible development of a game and incredible control of pixel art.
PsydeFX Sep 2, 2013 @ 1:11pm 
I'm a big fan of shiny, so I like my graphics. However, I'm always willing to sacrafice graphics for gameplay any day, and this game is prime example of that. It's an amazing concept, and I've loved it since the demo (beta) I got from the website. Well worthy of the money I spent on it, well worth the time I am spending playing it, and as I understand, this game supports mods, which leaves so much more room for expanding on it's ideas.

Great, great job. Brilliant idea, perfectly executed.

Next, make a graphical counterpart, even if it plays the exact same, and I'll be another glad buyer.
I heard about this game from the guys at Extra Credits, and I'm glad I did. Very entertaining experience, even though it can get a little too intense at times.
Taerdin Sep 2, 2013 @ 6:45pm 
I actually really like the graphics in this game...
CIE Sep 2, 2013 @ 8:56pm 
I whole-heartedly agree with you. Both the simplistic style and witty backstory make for an inexplicably unique gaming experience.
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Dzordanas Sep 3, 2013 @ 7:08am 
And no Arztoska (Sorry, I have a hard time pronouncing that), is used WIDELY across steam games, people now love to go at the end of there posts on forums 'Glory to Arztoska'! :D
Applekid Sep 3, 2013 @ 8:58am 
Indeed, Im super hungry for something more.
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Date Posted: Sep 2, 2013 @ 2:44am
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