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The Fullbright Company staked out a very distinct space with its 2013 debut Gone Home, a domestic slice of life set in 1990s Oregon. Its next project, Tacoma, couldn’t look more different. Tacoma takes place in the year 2088, on a space station of the same name. At first glance, it’s a return to the genre roots of Fullbright’s co-founders, who previously worked on the Bioshock 2 expansion Minerva’s Den. But it’s also shaping up to be a clever, sophisticated new take on game narrative.
While Gone Home’s setting was unique, it focused on traditional elements of video game environmental storytelling, indirectly delivering its story through notes, tapes, books, and objects around an empty house. Tacoma is more like a play, or more specifically, an immersive theatrical production in the vein of Sleep No More. In the game’s fiction, an augmented reality system captures the every move of six crew members, who are represented as brightly colored silhouettes. When your protagonist arrives, the station is abandoned after a major malfunction, but these recordings remain. Her ostensible goal is to simply to recover data, but in the process, players will experience the drama of the characters’ last days on board.
Unlike in theater, though, players are in control of the recordings. So while lots of things might be going on at the same time, it’s possible to see each dramatic moment from multiple perspectives. In the preview Fullbright is showing at GDC, for example, the crew gathers to celebrate a station holiday called “Obsolescence Day.” If you stand in the center of the living quarters, you’ll see two people talking as the whole team assembles around them. If you pause and rewind, you can visit the kitchen at the same moment in time, where another two decorate a cake to the specifications of the ship’s artificial intelligence, ODIN. Rewind again, and you could watch yet another crew member playing pool in a side room, before heading up to join the rest. If characters pull up their own AR displays, you can pause to grab the contents, finding emails or reminders.