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A Bird Story, A bird in the hand?

I’ve been really getting into indie games lately and I’ve been shocked by how many little gems there are like Besiege and The Escapists. So when I got… 595 more words


Quick Thoughts On: To The Moon

Video games often deal with larger than life situations, and yet it tends to be the simpler things that hit home the most. Borrowing elements from films such as Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, and Pixar’s Up, To The Moon is the story of a man on his deathbed attempting to fulfill his lifelong dream to visit the moon. 249 more words

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To the Moon's Holiday Special Minisode can't answer whether altering memories is immoral

I waited far too long to actually play To the Moon, which sat in my digital collection for far too long, and so, after beating it… 537 more words


Fulfilling Johnny's last wish to go to the moon in To the Moon

If thought Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition was a surprising palette cleanser to the lackluster The Incredibles, then I have to imagine this is an even stranger, grander change of direction. 726 more words


2015 Game Review Haiku, #9 – To the Moon

Granting dying wish
Means memories must change, twist
To the moon, Johnny

From 2012 all through 2013, I wrote little haikus here at Grinding Down… 60 more words


A Bird Story Review

To The Moon has been on my list of games to review a second time for a while if I am being honest, due to how it is another piece I believe I may better describe, but also because I really want to play it again, as the game was nothing short of delightful.   490 more words

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A Bird Story – Silently Superb

I apologise for two things before I start this review. Firstly, and this might seem a bit weird, but I apologise for the fact I am creating a break in my so far complete list of No-English Moviember posts. 854 more words