Created By Lee
Also it's pretty apparent that you'll be shot as a traitor if you smile in this country.
Oddly it soon it becomes second nature checking all the details. Something that gives you such a sense of accomplishment when you ferret out violations so you can give the big fat red stamp of doom/call the guards over to detain them.
If you do make mistakes though, whether by letting through someone ya shouldn't have or denying someone ya should have, your pay starts to get docked after the the first two errors of the day (you only just not get paid for them). It adds a sense of stress to checking every number and letter of the documents. But it's a good kind of stress, the motivating kind.
Do you play things completely by the book, heartlessly denying any lost soul that begs you for help? Or do you use your place of power to under mind the oppressive government that gave it to you in the first place? Or somewhere grey in between? There are 20 different endings to the game based off of the choices you make through the levels.