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Techno Banter announced as a comedic tale of a club bouncer’s misadventures!

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We’re not sure, but we’re hazarding a guess that the club bouncer and doorperson scene hasn’t been particularly well represented across the gaming scene. But Crunching Koalas and Dexai Arts are looking to change that, as they announce Techno Banter – a comedic tale of a club bouncer’s misadventures. 

Crunching Koalas have recently been behind the Xbox Series X|S optimisation of Darkwood, but now they are turning their attention to that of Techno Banter, as they team up with the Dexai Arts squad to deliver something fairly unique to the gaming world. 

Due to release later in 2023 on PC and console, with an early demo build already playable at Berlin’s A Maze festival, Techno Banter promises to be a witty yet raw take on the life of a club bouncer, all as they go trying to make their way through a dystopian city full of the weird. 

It has you playing as the bouncer of the most intense of underground rave clubs, going head-to-head with queues of baying for entry into the Green Door Club. It’s up to you to decide who gets in, and who goes home. Just expect this one to be much more involved than checking a list to see who’s name is down. 

Banter, chatter, conversation and more will come to the fore in Techno Banter, as you make the most of the wittiest and most clever of insults, pushing back those who you do not deem fit. 

Techno Banter has been put together thanks to inspiration from the Berlin techno-scene, and it’ll be this which is felt in the visuals and locations as well as the climatic, bass-heavy, BPM-rich soundtrack. With that composed by real-world DJs coming straight out of the most iconic of Berlin clubs like Tresor and Berghain, we’d like to think that Techno Banter is going to sound awesome. 

You’ll do well to check out the teaser trailer below for more details. From there, hold tight until Techno Banter releases on PC and console later in 2023. Hit up the Steam page if you like what Crunching Koalas and Dexai Arts are promising.

Neil Watton
Neil Wattonhttps://www.thexboxhub.com/
An Xbox gamer since 2002, I bought the big black box just to play Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee. I have since loved every second of the 360's life and am now just as obsessed with the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S - mostly with the brilliant indie scene that has come to the fore. Gamertag is neil363, feel free to add me to your list.
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