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Submitted by J0Scorpionake 343d ago | review

The Song of Saya Review | ENE3

ENE: "How to analyze a game that is not really a game? With the exploration of new frontiers in digital entertainment, there is a chain that focuses only on storytelling with a good media environment, allowing a minimum of interactivity. This is the case of The Stanley Parable or Dear Esther, both games in which little more was done than to walk through a scenario and hear a narrator than exploring a minimally interactive world." (PC, Song Of Saya) 70/100

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