Would that doing a video games journalism was about sneaking across the places of work of an enormous firm, stealing folks’s answerphone tapes and rifling by means of their personal paperwork. Sadly it’s not, however The Occupation is!
You play a greater than normally intrepid journo, who’s reporting on an explosion – notionally a terrorist assault – that occurred at a authorities contracted analysis group. Some months after the explosion, which killed 23 folks, the federal government has launched The Union Act. You’re type of poking round at all of it, like a toddler choosing at a scab, and have organized interviews with numerous folks on the Bowman Carson Group.
Time in The Occupation strikes at real-time tempo. Your interviews are set for sure instances, and other people have schedules to stay to and cellphone calls to have, so you need to control your watch. You need to keep away from safety guards doing their rounds within the restricted areas, as you copy pc information and open safes, amassing data for some tasty GOTCHA! questions afterward.
It’s a really good thought for a stealth sport. Nobody goes to kill you. The worst that’ll occur is that you just’ll get sternly instructed off and never get the interview you hoped for. Doesn’t imply it doesn’t get actually arduous by the tip, although. I completely flubbed it.