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Submitted by Lavalamp 777d ago | review

Kentucky Route Zero Act 1 Review | GameTrailers

GameTrailers: "By the end of Kentucky Route Zero’s first act, you’ll feel like you’ve had a dream you desperately want to remember but can barely hold onto. It seems like it’s trying to tell you something, but you can’t quite be sure what. Though you lack answers, it won’t stop you from turning everything over and over in your head. The game doesn’t make a strong attempt to put the small scenes into a cohesive whole, but instead celebrates their simplicity. The best moments arise when you stop to let it all sink in. It asks for attention rather than reflexes, and serves as a reminder that so few of these experiences exist." (Kentucky Route Zero: Act 1, PC) 9/10

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