Try our new beta!Click here
30°
Submitted by Lavalamp 1104d ago | review

Antichamber Review | Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Rock, Paper, Shotgun: "Antichamber’s certainly not without its flaws, but the core of its experience is unlike just about anything else I’ve ever played. It’s the very definition of ordered chaos. There’s an overt madness to it all – loud colors, wild swings of unpredictability, leaps of logic tremendous enough to break your legs – but beneath that rests a confident serenity. The soundtrack hums with frogs croaking, birds chirping, waves lapping, and wind whooshing about without a care. Bleak whiteness gives way to organic beauty. All the pieces click right into place. Naturally. Beautifully. Antichamber itself is a puzzle. And a very, very good one at that." (Antichamber, PC) -

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
20°

The 25 best Xbox One games

10m ago - GR: The chief beauty of the Xbox One is that, alongside its legion of distractions - the apps, t... | Xbox One
40°

Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: Russia Review | Gamespresso

22m ago - Gamespesso: "Right off the bat I feel it’s important to say that Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: Rus... | PC
Ad

Gran Turismo SPORT Beta Testing Begins early 2016

Now - Start tracking GTS with Releases.com's release date alert service and be notified when the GTS beta launches. | Promoted post
40°

There’s a Sweet Harry Potter Reference in Dying Light: The Following

27m ago - Dying Light: The Following keeps up the Easter Egg loving tradition of the base game by including... | PC
40°

DICE talks creating Mirror’s Edge Catalyst’s city Glass and its Districts

30m ago - A game where you run, slide, and climb all over the structures and buildings deserves the best of... | PC
30°

Mario & Luigi Paper Jam Review | The Dadcade

30m ago - The Dadcade: If you aren’t familiar with the Mario and Luigi RPG game series, you’re been missing... | 3DS