Duck Season Free Steam Games in direct link – Pirated-Games.com – The game of your dreams just dropped, DUCK SEASON, a hunter with ridiculous graphics. Luckily, it’s summer vacation and Mom just surprised you with a one day rental of it! Unfortunately, as you binge play it becomes apparent that all is not right with Duck Season… The gameplay is great. The shooting is incredibly well done and feels more natural than many of the FPS games I’ve played. I’m usually not great at FPS games, but I was a natural in no time. The shots have some good oomph to them, and with the spread you can hit multiple ducks at a time which is always satisfying. In the living room area there’s also different objects for you to inspect and interact with, many of which are pretty neat. The dog is incredibly creepy. Even if you do a playthrough where you don’t anger the dog, he’s still incredibly creepy. I cannot emphasize enough how flipping creepy this dog is. I HATE him. I don’t want to spoil too much about what happens, but I will say that I’ve really enjoyed the weird stuff that happens. One of my favorite parts of the game is all the VHS tapes you can watch. There are twelve in total, and they’re all very well done. My personal favorite is of course the Kazoo Kid tape. They add some nice flavor to the game and they’re fun to watch. There are also a bunch of minigames in Duck Season. I haven’t played around with them too much, but they do offer some nice variety in between the regular levels. They can be a bit tough to control, but they are fun to play.
Duck Season PC is the recently released non-VR version of Duck Season, a creepy narrative shooter drawing inspiration from Duck Hunt. In Duck Season, your mum has got you a one-day rental for the game Duck Season, over the course of that day you’ll play a series of levels that get progressively harder. Things in your living room change between levels, and there’s a lot of stuff that can be interacted with, including a bunch of minigames. Positives: Duck Season looks fantastic. The both the living room and shooting area are really well designed, and the lighting effects for the shooting area are great. All of the models are really well done and there’s a consistent style. The optimization of this game is just incredible. I’ve been running 60FPS on High settings from the get-go, and when I went to switch my profile for the game to Integrated so I could test the optimization, I discovered that I had been using integrated. To have a game that looks so good, run so well on an integrated graphics chipset is just unbelievable.
Summer 1988 and your mom has just rented the coolest new game for your Kingbit Entertainment System. As you play over the course of the day it becomes apparent something is different about this game than the other games you own. Duck Season is a throwback to the golden age of 1980’s gaming and movies with a hint of horror in a Spielburgian universe. Re-live a slice of childhood as you transported to an eerily familiar memory and play out the dark story that unfolds over a single day/night as your imagination takes over.
– Seven unique endings
– Seven mini games to play on your Kingbit Entertainment System
– Dozens of Easter eggs and hidden secrets
– Realistic virtual environments
– Multiple short films found on VHS tapes
– Additional mysterious sub plots
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