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Submitted by barkingspace 428d ago | review

Toronto Thumbs Review: Oknytt

From the Review:

"There is something to be said for folk tales. Growing up, most of us are exposed to a surprising number of different cultures through short stories. The story of Rapunzel, for instance, is from Germany; Beauty and the Beast has its origins in France; The Little Mermaid is a Danish tale – all of these and more are gateways to legends from all around the world and a glimpse at the hopes and fears of the people from those places. Nemoria Entertainment’s Oknytt (PC single-player) has the look and feel of a traditional folk tale. A point-and-click adventure, Oknytt definitely has its flaws, and sadly, a fair number of people will not give it a glance due to it’s aesthetics – but if you have patience and enjoy a good folk tale (as well as some beautiful art and masterful voice work), this title has a surprising depth that will draw you in and allow you to enjoy some interesting Swedish folklore." (Oknytt, PC) -

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