Edge: Lucidity Review

The storytelling is light and never overbearing, easily glossed over in the detail if you wish to ignore it, even if its rhythm and timbre is inescapable in the general ambiance. As with Braid before it, Lucidity is a self-contained creation, with neither setup obvious scope for a sequel.

As a result, it refreshes with its purity of purpose and ambition, even if, as a mechanising of the grieving process, it's a game few will wish to return to once completed. After all, as Sofi herself points out, when you play it's usually to escape the things that you don't want to think about, not solve

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