Shadowrun: Hong Kong - PC Review | Chalgyr's Game Room

Chalgyr's Game Room writes:

With anxiety bubbling up in the pit of your stomach you step off the rickety, lean-to ferry into the faint light of Hong Kong. Your companions await you at the dock, socked to the bone by the near-constant drizzle and obscured by the sickly grey-green smog that washes over the lower quarters of Hong Kong. As you make your first step out onto the dock your stomach lurches, upset by the refuse of Hong Kong's seedy underbelly and the "complimentary dinner" of instant noodles full of who-knows-what that tasted like it was well beyond its expiry date … "Welcome to Hong Kong" you grumble to yourself as you move towards those waiting for you… Welcome to Shadowrun: Hong Kong that is; a throwback to classic turn-based roleplaying games. Set in the same universe/timeline as the previous games, Shadowrun Returns and Shadowrun: Dragonfall, Shadowrun: Hong Kong leaves its wildly successful Kickstarter and Early Access campaign and strikes out with more vigor than anyone could have hoped for. Shadowrun: Hong Kong is without a doubt the best in this rebooted series as it is positively dripping with atmosphere, characters, a deep story of corporate greed and societal dysfunction.

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