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Submitted by propheta 529d ago | article

Understanding Kentucky Route Zero

Cardboard Computer's latest game Kentucky Route Zero has taken the adventure game community by surprise with its rich visuals and eerie setting, but is there more to it? PostPlay writes a thought-provoking essay on its cultural contents and its historic legacy as it pays homage to the earliest roots of the adventure game genre. Readers who are serious about games as a complex art form should find plenty of substance in this essay. (Culture, Kentucky Route Zero: Act 1, PC)

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