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The 90s Is Back With The Big Con

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The 90s is a time in history many people love to miss. It is not the other way around where people miss to love the 90s. Some of the things we hold dear to us about the 90s: the music, television shows, movies, and fashion. Talk to the right salesperson back then and you may love relationships. 

Mighty Yell” is bringing you “The Big Con.” That is the title of the adventure video game. The video game is actually real. Some time in 2021, “The Big Con” will be available on “Xbox One” and “Steam” 

The Big Con - Announcement Teaser

Gameplay: 

Ali is a teenager in the 90s and there is at least one thing that separates her from others. She is a con-artist, but she is on a journey to save her family’s video store from loan sharks. 

Play as Ali wearing disguises, pickpocket your way to fulfill your desires, rip people off, and solve puzzles. Also, there are humorously awkward moments. Seek revenge, fight with your own mother, and invest in pricy collectibles (which you should eventually pay off, but you are a con-artist). Maybe you will make a couple of friends along the way, but nobody likes to be conned. 

What else will this game reveal? Maybe it will show pixelated smiles specifically for deception, but that is for us to be surprised about if it happens. Being a con artist is nothing to pat yourself on the back about, but if you do it to earn money for what you think is a good cause, it is much more difficult to argue that it is bad. 

Hustling others is an ongoing skill that Ali strives to perfect. Whether or not there is the option of other people knowing Ali is lying, that is not yet known. Sure, this game may not look aesthetically realistic, but the story mode and beautiful art work alone should grab your attention. 

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Isaiah Joshua is an author and poet and has a love for video games. In May 2016, he graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a Bachelor's Degree in Cinema Arts and Science. As an avid gamer, some of his favorite games are "WWF No Mercy, Hitman, Manhunt, Sims 3, Mortal Kombat, and Street Fighter. Conscious in gaming culture, he is always researching gaming history, as well as the latest games to write about.

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