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Submitted by aprea 446d ago | review

Kentucky Route Zero (Act I) Review - Dusty Cartridge

Javy from DC writes: An unlikely association drilled itself into my brain as I played through the first episode of Cardboard Computer’s promising game Kentucky Route Zero, which made headlines recently by nabbing four Independent Game Festival nominations. I kept thinking about Silent Hill, not because there are gore-smattered faceless nurses around every corner, prepared to beat you to death with lead pipes. The similarities arose in the combination of eeriness and isolation in each game. (Kentucky Route Zero: Act 1, PC) 8.5/10

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