I finished this game recently and have to say that it was a very immersive experience. The main character is a woman who obviously battles with depression and went through some major losses in her life. That in itself sets it apart from manny adventure games which rely on humor relief to drag their escapist stories forward. Nothing wrong with that, but I welcome more mature subjects to the medium.
I liked that the puzzles/hotspots were put in service of the story. For the most part gameplay progressed fluidly without getting overwhelmed with inventory management, backtracking or overly complex puzzles.
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Time Played: 5-10 hours
Difficulty: Just Right