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Submitted by Lavalamp 914d ago | review

To the Moon Review | DarkStation

DarkStation: "I approached To The Moon bearing expectations of a fairly cutesy aspiration story, formed neatly around older, wholesome NES adventure foundations. My expectations were proudly recalled, packaged and stored away as one of the most touching narratives I’ve been presented in a video game greeted me warmly. While the game’s struggling game-play redundancies drag it down at times, To The Moon’s sincerely wrapped narrative still feels like a full package." (PC, To the Moon) 8/10

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