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Submitted by shaneryanTB 709d ago | review

Kentucky Route Zero: Act I review | Thunderbolt

[Richard Wakeling, Thunderbolt writes:] Kentucky Route Zero’s visual splendour draws you in from its first scene to its last. As the opening title screen fades from black, the striking imagery revealing an abstract gas station doused in the setting sunlight cannot be overstated. As the orange hues disappear beyond the hilltops this moonlit tale begins in earnest; a mysterious and dream-like journey along a pastoral path deep in rural America. It’s beautiful vector art style and traditional point-and-click trappings invite an audience, but edge deeper into its singular wonder and it reveals something much more alluring. (Kentucky Route Zero, PC) 8/10

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