The kings of FMV are back as Wales interactive gear up to publish yet another FMV experience. This time round, they are handling The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker – and today they have revealed that all important release date.
Coming to Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch on 5th June 2018, The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker has been created by the development team at D’Avekki Studios. With Wales Interactive handling the publishing side – and knowing their history in the FMV scene – there are high hopes for the arrival of Doctor Dekker.
In it, YOU a play the role of a psychiatrist, trying to solve a murder whilst treating the unusual patients of the recently deceased Doctor Dekker. You’ll be given the chance to ask any, and all, questions, collect evidence and slowly uncover the identity of the randomly generated murderer whilst figuring out how to fix the chaos left behind.
Running as a Lovecraftian FMV murder mystery, The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker gives players full freedom to question suspects by typing their own questions or by picking from a predetermined list. But you’ll need to be careful, for those same suspects will have questions for you too – your words will determine not just their fates, but also your own!
You may think that adding in your own questions is going to be a bit of a chore on console, but having no physical keyboard is not an issue. Those on Xbox One can use Xbox App integration for faster text entry, PS4 has the Second Screen feature and Dekker comes complete with Nintendo Switch touchscreen input.
- FMV – 1600+ full screen HD video responses.
- RANDOM MURDERER – Chosen at the start of the game to combat spoilers.
- FREE TEXT INPUT – Ask whatever you want, type questions, phrases or just keywords.
- TOUCHSCREEN INPUT – Utilise Nintendo Switch touchscreen support and PS4 Second Screen or Xbox app for faster free text input.
- SUGGESTED QUESTIONS – A new predetermined question system optimised for console.
- MULTIPLE ENDINGS – Find out whodunit, and what happens to you and your patients…
- MULTIPLE STORIES – 6 main suspects and 5 side-quests inc. John Guilor (Contradiction)
- REDESIGNED UI – View evidence, make notes, watch replays, and see your question history, now optimised for each console.
- GUINNESS WORLD RECORD – ‘Most Full Motion Video (FMV) in a videogame’ with 7 hours, 11 minutes and 58 seconds.
We’ll be sure to remind you when The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker hits our consoles. Will you be getting involved?