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Submitted by JumpyMonky 758d ago | opinion piece

Kentucky Route Zero: Mysteries Abound

A common complaint about video games is that they often lack good stories. While that’s a debatable topic – there are many good examples as well as bad ones – it’s easy to see that a lot of story experimentation is coming from smaller games. Indie developers have less to lose and more creative freedom than most big-budget titles, so they have the opportunity to tell non-traditional tales. Kentucky Route Zero is one of those games. (EA, Kentucky Route Zero, PC)

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