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Submitted by combocaster 887d ago | review

Bientôt l'été Review | ComboCaster

Bientôt l'été is a complex game and very difficult to describe. It is an interactive experience, a work of interactive art which is very far from being able to please everyone, but for those interested can reward them with something different. That is the reason for having placed the genus as indie, because I could not fit it in the normal genres. Compared with other releases Bientôt l'été avoids the traditional path in favor of using the medium to create a work of conceptual art. Surprisingly, Tale of Tales Bientôt l'été describes as "not a game to be won" and that does not include a goal or story. However, no matter the game description or exact description of the genus, the actual experience is what is important and that, Bientôt l'été provides mixed results. (Bientôt l'été, PC) 6.5/10

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