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Though light on gameplay, this surreal, melancholy journey through the American South leaves virtually nothing to be desired... except for more.
This surreal lite adventure is beautifully designed, but the story is a head-scratcher and puzzle lovers are out of luck.
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This eerie lite adventure is so lushly designed it never really has a chance to grow on you.
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The penultimate episode comes out guns blazing, sacrificing some character development in its headlong rush towards a stunning, startling conclusion.
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