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Submitted by ExtraContinue 554d ago | review

Gone Home | | ExtraContinue Review

A house isn't always a home.

You have no excuse not to play Gone Home. To me, this is a genre defining piece of independent interactive storytelling, and is fully worth the $20 price tag. (Dear Esther, Gone Home, PC) 10/10

Neckbear  +   554d ago
Seriously? A 3 hour long walking around simulator is "fully worth the $20 price tag"?
ufo8mycat  +   554d ago
Yeah I was hesitant to try this out, considering the price tag and was not sure about the length but skipped it for now

Gameplay seems very very basic and simplistic and short for $20

Will see.
Need more opinions on this game
starchild  +   554d ago
It is an amazing experience and is well worth $20. Hell, I spend more than that on an hour-and-a-half Bluray movie. Interactive entertainment doesn't play out the exact same way each time you play it, so it inherently has more replay value.
ElementX  +   554d ago
I read the plot on Wikipedia and saved $20.

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