Adrian Carr Discusses Tex Murphy: Tesla Effect
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AdventureGamers.com has posted a new interview with Adrian Carr about the upcoming Tex Murphy: Tesla Effect. The game is the first installment in the Tex Murphy adventure game series since it was brought back to life in a successful Kickstarter campaign. Players will take the role of the private investigator in a post-apocalyptic San Francisco, once again searching for clues, solving puzzles, and investigating crimes.
Ingmar: I guess you’re keeping the plot of Tesla Effect under the wraps at the moment, but we would love to get a basic idea, at least. What can you tease about the plot of the new game and to what extent does it continue where Overseer left off in 1998?For the full interview head over to the page linked below.
AdventureGamers.com: Tex Murphy Interview
Adrian: Yes, we are keeping the Tesla Effect plot under wraps; however, as the title suggests it does involve Nikola Tesla and the trailer released in conjunction with the title announcement alludes to a greater story, one that links back to one of Tesla’s more esoteric experiments. This was the first of several planned teaser trailers that will lead up to the final full trailer prior to release.
The story picks up in 2050, seven years after Overseer’s infamous cliffhanger ending, followed by those prophetic words “to be continued…” Tex [you the player] wakes up with a new lump on his noggin and a fresh case to solve as well as the mystery of what happened to him and Chelsee on that fateful ride. Let me add here that it does not matter if you haven’t played the previous Tex Murphy games to understand the story, but it will be a richer experience if you do play The Pandora Directive and Overseer.
Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure (add to watch list)
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