Review: Midnight (Wii U eShop) | NLife

Atmosphere holds a lot of weight to a game's appeal. Case in point: for all the popularity of gritty military shooters and edgy, hyper-realistic open world games today, there seems to be a sizeable demographic of players wearied by the very thought of jumping into these genres. Beyond disinterest in their gameplay, their lack of enthusiasm is possibly because these experiences — many of them mired in dark post-apocalyptic gobbledygook and filled wall-to-wall with non-stop kinetic action — don't reflect environments they'd actually like to spend a lot of time in. Just like film, slow and quiet moments have their place in gaming: they help us reflect on and appreciate what the developers have created for us.

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