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Content Rating: Mature
Adios is a cinematic first-person game about sticking to a complicated decision. You're a pig farmer in Kansas. It's October. Cold, crisp mornings are the norm, and you have decided that you're no longer okay with letting the mob use your pigs to dispose of bodies. When your old friend - a hitman - arrives with his assistant to deliver another body, you finally screw up the courage to tell them that you're done. Your friend doesn't want you to stop. He knows that there's no such thing as quitting, so he'll try to convince you that you're making a mistake. You spend the day together, doing chores and exploring the nooks and crannies of an authentic environment in the American Midwest alongside the man who will be forced to kill you, if he can't convince you to stay. How you respond will determine the rest of your life. Adios means goodbye.
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It’s ugly to look at and its framerate is nauseating. Considering the fantastic premise, this should have been a lot better and this is what disappoints me the most. I don’t remember the last time a game felt like such a waste of potential like Adios. Not counting Cyberpunk 2077, of course.
Designing a story - game or otherwise - around inevitability is not easy. A freshmen studio like Mischief does deserve props in that respect. It's a special, surprisingly honest premise that could be a good candidate to examine in game schools.
Es cierto que los gráficos y los controles pueden ser algo toscos, pero nada sorprendente de un equipo de desarrolladores tan pequeño. Más que con esos puntos negativos, hay que quedarse con que se trata de una obra personal tan cruda como emotiva, un juego que quienes disfruten de las buenas historias no deberían pasar por alto.