Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories - Gameplay Trailer

Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories – Gameplay Trailer

Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories – Gameplay Trailer

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  1. I feel like people who see this haven’t seen the other disaster report games. They’re not high octane or anything like that, they’re actually pretty interesting games.

  2. The Disaster Report games (At least the PS2 ones, I never played 3) always reminded me of the sort of games Swery would direct back in the day: Totally busted, very janky but with a lot of heart and developed by a team that wanted to make something amazing but didn’t have neither the know-how nor the manpower to pull it off. So you would end up with these technically crappy games that were strangely enthralling.

    Games about surviving natural disasters are rare, I guess that’s one of the reasons why I found them interesting to begin with. I’m glad Irem or whoever the heck is making this fourth sequel is getting one more chance to finally pull it off

  3. I know this game is prolly gonna get written off quickly for most people because it looks like poorly done jank, and well… that’s because it is. I won’t say that it excuses it’s poor graphics and gameplay, I’ll just say there’s a certain charm to the series that will either interest people or turn them away. To me it’s like when I used to rent strange japanese games for PS2 and they’d be a complete mess, but so unique and full of heart I couldnt help but enjoy them.

  4. Video description:
    >In Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories, every action you take and decision you make matters! Interact with various people, explore hazardous areas, and navigate your way through dangerous scenarios in order to survive!

    >Available on April 7th, 2020 for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

  5. This is my first time hearing about this game and it looks so fascinating. I love Killing Floor, DOOM and Battlefield and shooting shit up but its so nice to see other games where its gameplay mechanics aren’t centered around violence. We have Telltale games, Life Is Strange, Undertale etc. and its so refreshing to see game developers utilize mechanics in creative ways other than attacking or action.

  6. Was watching on mute but I love how they cut to her running after that big dude put his hands on her shoulder

  7. Ooo I’m excited… I haven’t heard about this series since I played the 2nd one, which feels like forever ago.. But if I remember correctly I was instantly drawn in, and that was saying something since I was into a very different genre of games then. Might have to dust off the ps2 and replay the first one to get myself prepared. Lol

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