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Edge- Gone Home Review

Edge:Despite its mid-’90s setting of riot grrrl, VHS tapes and zines, there’s a powerful gothic sense in Gone Home. A cloying pall of threat, romance, and of powerful, deep emotions in the mystery of the recent history of the big old Oregon house to which our protagonist, Kaitlin Greenbrier, has come home. Except it isn’t quite her home. She’s been travelling in Europe for months and her mother and father and teenage sister have moved into it while she’s been away. Now she’s standing in its enclosed front porch in the middle of a stormy night, her parents away, the front door locked and her sister curiously absent.

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