‘Interrogation: You will be deceived’ will captivate you and make you question your beliefs, available now on PC, Mac and Linux

[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource Games Press[1].]Munich, Germany – December 5th 2019 – Publisher Mixtvision today announced that Interrogation: You will be deceived from developer Critique Gaming is now available on PC, Mac and Linux. Winner of multiple Dev.Play awards and a Casual Connect Indie Prize finalist, Interrogation is a visually striking noir thriller that holds its audience captive. You must step into the gumshoes of a detective leading a squad that’s been tasked with thwarting the plans of a shadowy and powerful terrorist group known as the Liberation Front. With the clock ticking you’ll need to use the game’s realistic conversational system to interrogate and emotionally manipulate suspects, unmask the perpetrators and avert disaster.

Seeking to address socio-political issues such as radicalisation, police brutality and the power balance between the people and the authorities, Interrogation: You will be deceived makes the player question their own beliefs and position as they are questioning their suspects in this race against time. With consequences for every decision and multiple possible endings to the investigation, it’s up to the player to find their own answers – by whatever means they deem necessary.

Interrogation has players solving complex conversational puzzles and managing their investigation team. Every squad member has their own set of skills and players must learn how to utilise these to best effect if they hope to stop The Liberation Front’s next attack successfully. With the limited budget at their disposal and the next attack drawing ever nearer, players will have to make some hard choices to save the city.

The game’s gritty noir art-style and animation have been created from a cast of over 40 actors. Developer Critique Gaming has meticulously transformed the actions of each actor into an eye-catching black and white style from thousands of rotoscoped photos to make every character interaction as realistic and tense as possible.

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