Electronic Theatre In-depth Review: Flower, Sun and Rain

The world of Flower, Sun and Rain is a very surreal one, as should be expected from productions with Suda51 at the helm. The title's tropical envisioning of humanity lays somewhere between Twin Peaks and Brass Eye - effortlessly witty and incalculably mad – and liberally borrows from Groundhog Dog, a fact to which the game isn't ashamed to repeatedly draw attention to. Casting the player in a perspective not normally associated with videogames, working alongside the protagonist – who often directly addresses the player with a post-modern series of insults and negative commentary on the game's own recognisable flaws...

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