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User Info: seafoampheonix

seafoampheonix
6 years ago#1
Along w/ Journey, ICO, SotC, Flower, etc.? That category?
Currently playing: Sleeping Dogs, Ocarina of Time 3DS
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User Info: Nanacex

Nanacex
6 years ago#3
Yes. but more "gamey" than Journey and Flower, a little less than Ico and Colossus.
Also, the symbolism is more related to real life.

User Info: sinjinsolves

sinjinsolves
6 years ago#4
Ico meets Inception. .
-- Sinjin @ Game Chronicles --
"You don't stop playing games when you get old...you get old when you stop playing games."

User Info: duluoz

duluoz
6 years ago#5
I played it a couple of weeks after playing Journey and found myself really happy with how far games have come as a medium. Props to indie devs like thatgamecomany and Minority Media. Games as art is still a touchy debate, but as long as new, creative games continue to get pumped out, i'm happy.
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