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Submitted by bfrye26 673d ago | opinion piece

Not every videogame needs to offer traditional mechanics to succeed

If you had a chance to read Reids' justification for choosing Telltale Games' The Walking Dead as his favourite game of 2012 at C&G, you'll likely have an idea of why he is excited by the first act of Kentucky Route Zero, an episodic adventure game from indie dev Cardboard Computer. (Kentucky Route Zero, Kentucky Route Zero: Act 1, PC, The Walking Dead: Episode 1 "A New Day")

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