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Experience 30 minutes of hardcore slasher gameplay thanks to the free demo version of the game.

Ghostrunner is an FPP game packed with lightning-fast action, set in a grim, cyberpunk megastructure. Your mission is to climb the so-called Dharma Tower from the bottom to the top and confront the tyrannical Keymaster.

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Let's try the DEMO! This video game interests me a lot!
Thanks GOG!
Post edited October 23, 2020 by UCrest
Beat the demo in 27 minutes. Here's my pro & cons so far judging from what the demo had to offer.

• the game runs very well and smooth with settings set to max
• movement feels good and responsive
• the gameplay mix of slashing combined with sliding, wall running, mid-air dodging and grapple hook swinging creates a nice fluid flow. Feels like a first person Katana Zero mixed with Mirrors Edge

• enemies seem to be a little too accurate with their shots
• projectiles don't make a sound when they blow up in your face so it's a little hard to notice if there is an enemy shooting you from behind etc. at times, this can lead to unexpected deaths
• there is no indicator for when you are able to dash again, a little icon or a sound when the dash is ready again could help

Overall I liked the demo and I'm looking forward to the full game.
I have the issue of VCRUNTIMEE140_1.dll not found when I try to start the demo. No matter if I install it with the launcher or manual.
neilin: I have the issue of VCRUNTIMEE140_1.dll not found when I try to start the demo.
Install the latest/update the installed Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime.
Looks like Mirror's Edge crossed with Dishonored.
RelicMaster: Looks like Mirror's Edge crossed with Dishonored.
Plays like it too, at least on the Mirror's Edge side of things.
The wall-running, sliding, dashing, grapple-hooking and fluidly chaining it all together makes for a really satisfying experience.

Great music too, hope there's a soundtrack for purchase come release as well.
Post edited October 24, 2020 by Swedrami
Plays great on "epic" settings on my machine, which is near the minimum specs for Cyberpunk 2077 (Radeon RX 570, but I do have 16 GB ram, Ryzen 5 1600, and an SSD). Thanks for the demo!