I will begin saying that this will be a mature rated game due to subject matter involved. If you are not comfortable with heavy drug use please refrain from going any further. If your interest is peaked, read on. Welcome to Saint Sol, may your hopes and dreams rest in peace. This city is infested. An infestation that it has tried to fight so valiantly but in the end failed. Saint Sol was meant to be a sanctuary for the hopeless and the dream seekers. A city that protected from the dark under bellies that other cities had. Unfortunately this was a war that could never be won. Saint Sol became the market place for drug cartels to test out their new drugs and for corrupted pharmaceutical companies to cash in on the growing drug trade. Different and bizzare concations flooded the once thriving metropolis and reduced it to a ghost of it's former self. The people who has the power to save it were under the influence of the medicine kings. Saint Sol's only chance of survival is up to a private law enforcement agency that hasn't been corrupted. They call themselves the Light Brigade. Well basically I was thinking about a cyberpunkish or modern game where drugs are pretty much the norm. With the continuous stream of products coming into Saint Sol, most of the people are addicted to one thing or another. But of course you can't sell the same thing all the time. Different drugs came into the market, since customers gained a tolerance towards others, with unfortunate side effects. The most prominent of these new drugs is called Shoot Up. There is an array of probable side effects but the most common one is basically turning their minds against them and causing them to revert to more violent animal instincts that eventually will lead to death. A normal person will have no chance of fending off one these outbursts. And even though the Light Brigade is a suit uped drug control unit(sorry forgot what department that law enforcement is) they have a modified version of Shoot Up for worst case scenarios. So with all that said, would this be of interest to anyone? I am looking for sort of a film noire nuance overall. What you think?