We’ve all been there, right? The thought of going home, the home, and everything in between (the house, your house, the neighborhood, the neighborhood’s house, your neighborhood’s house, and all the houses in the neighborhood) is such a big part of our lives.
But when that home is a place of business, as opposed to the home itself, it can seem a little bit like the house is a living, breathing organism and we’re just watching it die. But Chamber Business has a lot of potential to make a comeback. It would be a great way to put the house back to life and return it to its rightful place in the neighborhood. The new trailer gives us a glimpse of what the game could be and what the future may hold.
Chamber Business is a game that’s not even the first in the series but the first true standalone game that we’ve seen from Arkane. There are plenty of great ideas in the early stages (like a game where the player could help the house and its residents out) but the game has to take off. We’ll be keeping an eye on it in the coming weeks, but we’re not really sure what to expect.
The idea of Chamber Business is one of the coolest that Arkane had in a long time. The idea of taking care of your clients and the house while you are away is brilliant, as is the idea of having to deal with the chaos of a busy lifestyle at home. It sounds a bit like a ‘house cleaning’ game rather than a traditional ‘housekeeping’ game. Were pretty excited to check out what this all would look like.
We’ll be playing around with the game a little bit in the coming weeks and will be posting progress reports here. Chamber Business is currently available to play in the PC version of the game, so that’s where we’re headed.
Chamber Business is essentially a house-cleaning game. You start with a house, and it’s your responsibility to clean it up. You are given the task of cleaning up the house, in whatever way you like. You can, for example, put a lot of stuff in the garage and then leave it there. You can also do like a good old fashioned messy house, and then leave it there.
Chamber Business isn’t really about cleaning, but it’s about getting rid of stuff. You have an item that you can either keep or sell. Its up to you whether you choose to keep it or sell it. If you sell it, you’ll receive money from the sales, and if you keep it you’ll receive a bonus.
There are two types of vendors on Chamber Business. You can either sell the item on your own, or you can sell it to a vendor. When you make a sale, youll receive money for it, and youll receive a bonus for selling it. The bonus for selling your item to a vendor is usually smaller than the bonus for selling your item to yourself.
Vendors often do two things: they sell you items and they make money off the items you sell. The vendor is also able to sell items to other vendors. You don’t need to sell an item to a vendor for you to get the bonus. If you sell an item to a vendor, you can give your bonus to that vendor.
This is true even if you make an agreement with the vendor to sell items and then later decide to sell it to yourself. Even if you make an agreement with the vendor that you will sell items to yourself, you still have to give your bonus to the vendor. Even if the vendor is your employer, you still have to give your bonus to the vendor.