30°
Submitted by JumpyMonky 384d 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)

Add comment

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

Memories of The Nintendo Family Computer

10m ago - Victor delves into his childhood and digs up his fond memories of the Nintendo Family Computer. | Culture
10°

Top 5 Wario Games

10m ago - "The story line takes us far and wide through a vast jungle to find what Wario loves the most, tr... | Nintendo DS
10°

Destiny Beta Preview: PS4 Hands On Impressions | GB

10m ago - GB: "Destiny is the much anticipated new game from Bungie Studios, creators of the Halo and Marat... | PS4

Exclusive Interview: Ilya Muromets Developers Jason V. Williams & Anatoly Subbotin

11m ago - In the exclusive interview, Ilya Muromets developers Jason V. Williams & Anatoly Subbotin detail... | PC
Ad

Sniper Elite III (PS4) Review

Now - Ken holds his breath and takes the shot with the latest Sniper Elite title. | Promoted post

TwoDashStash Show Episode 38- Word Vomit, Bugs, and Technical Issues

11m ago - This week Cris, Blane, and Danny talk about Danny’s experiences at MCM Expo 2014 and all the news... | PC
Related content from friends