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Submitted by s8anicslayer 476d ago | review

Montague's Mount review: no sunlight | Polygon

Polygon - "Montague's Mount did one thing right in its exploration of the horrors of a broken mind: It drove me crazy.

Set on a desolate Irish isle, Montague's Mount follows the recent crop of intensely personal indie releases. Like Dear Esther or Gone Home, Montague's Mount puts forward the argument that even in a game with limited gameplay, a strong atmosphere can keep players engaged. But it also fills its abandoned world with brain-busting puzzles, seemingly in an attempt to have it both ways. It's not an even trade-off though." (Montague's Mount, PC) 3.5/10

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