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Submitted by buckley 289d ago | review

Family bonding time – Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons review [Gaming Trend]

Matt Buckley: "Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is not about challenging platforming or confounding puzzles. It’s not about replay value or flashy visuals. This game’s brilliance is in how its moving story is told: all because of how you move your fingers – which buttons you’re pressing, and which ones you’re not. This is a breakthrough in what interactivity can accomplish with little aid from more traditional storytelling mechanics – its resulting importance to this medium is no exaggeration." (Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, PC) 90/100

shivvy24  +   289d ago
Wonderful game! Played it a few days ago so I do recommend trying out the demo/game

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