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Looking Back at 2015: Everybody's Gone to the Rapture

We’re only a month away from the endless onslaught of Game of the Year awards. In a month, me and plenty of my friends and colleagues will be drafting up lists of our favourite games of the year, while also thinking… 808 more words


Come Back...

The clouds were somehow dancing relentlessly above my head. There were also a few spots where a crystal blue color was smiling hope. It was quiet. 198 more words


* Review - Everybody's Gone to the Rapture

Every now and then a game comes along that is genuinely original. Not original according to some marketer, who attaches that word to anything that isn’t… 377 more words


Release date ready for the Everybody's Gone To The Rapture vinyl soundtrack

It’s been a while since composer Jessica Curry teased that the soundtrac kfor Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture would be receiving a vinyl soundtrack. But now… 121 more words

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Why Are We So Afraid to Walk?

Developers who craft first-person walker games certainly have intended consumers, a demographic I would imagine as the equivalent of cineastes that venerate arthouse films—like Gus Van Sant’s audience, for example. 104 more words

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Everybody's Gone To The Rapture Review

Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture (Rapture) is one of those games that snuck by me somehow. I’ve been a huge fan of The Chinese Room and their approach to games since Dear Esther but the game disappeared for what felt like years; it got mentioned as a Sony “exclusive” (nothing from a second/third party ever really stays exclusive, thankfully), had its time in the limelight and then vanished. 1,129 more words


Review: Everybody's Gone to the Rapture

The Chinese Room’s biggest and most ambitious venture to date is one of the most beautiful and original games you could wish to play. 832 more words

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