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Submitted by garrettglass 530d ago | review

Year Walk Review—These (Snow)Boots Are Made for Walkin’ (The Koalition)

Garrett from The Koalition writes:

There’s a turning point in Year Walk that will forever change your opinion of it. As the title suggests, you will certainly walk a lot. Forward and backward. Side to side. Whichever direction you choose, you will cover that ground more than once. I wouldn’t blame you if you initially think the game is tedious; however, you’ll gain a faint idea of what you’re doing once you reach the windmill, and you’ll see some fascinating, bizarre, and horrifying sights afterwards. (PC, Year Walk) 90/100

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