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Submitted by LewisDenby 796d ago | review

Richard & Alice review - Rock, Paper, Shotgun

John Walker: "Richard & Alice is a poignant, well-told tale, exploring themes of hope, despair and morality. And that’s not a thing you can say about enough games." (PC, Richard & Alice) -

gaminglives  +   796d ago
Looks like a pretty interesting game, but it's a shame that the majority of gamers (I imagine, anyway) won't see past the fact that it's a point-and-click or the fact that it doesn't have cutting-edge graphics.

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