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TGS: Hohokum: The Artsiest Game on PS4? | USGamer

USG - "I don't mean to disparage the game by any means -- there's far more to life than high-end graphics -- and in fact I appreciate the fact that Sony chose to showcase a decidedly arty project like Hohokum amid all the flash and sizzle of the PS4's early lineup. It made a pleasant contrast to most of the other games on offer, with a simple art style complemented by chill music and totally nebulous play goals emphasizing discovery through relaxation." (Hohokum, PS4, Tokyo Game Show 2013)

DigitalRaptor  +   204d ago
I think RiME looks like it should claim that title.

Hohokum seems to me like next-gen's Noby Noby Boy, although not quite as bizarre: http://www.youtube.com/watc...
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Rhezin  +   204d ago
nah, this will be better than both of those combined. When Ghostly International is involved in the music, INSTANT WIN.

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