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Submitted by FanOfRootBeer 524d ago | article

Dr. David's Indie Spotlight: Orphan mixes touching storytelling and WarioWare-style mini-games

GameZone: Despite their humble beginnings as plot-less exercises in action and twitch reflexes, video games as a medium have managed to evolve with their storytelling. This trend has been much more prominent in indie games over the last few years, with titles like To the Moon, Cart Life, and Papers, Please going in more riveting, thought-provoking directions with their narratives. (PC)

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