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A beautiful, boring world to explore 0

Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture is a game about exploring. You are in an abandoned village with no sign of anyone and a weird feeling in the air. You want to know what’s going on and you only way of finding out is by walking around and looking at things as well as listening to past conversations.The setting of the game is a small village in the UK and it absolutely stunning. As someone who grew up in a village in the UK myself the game hit very close to home and felt eerily familiar ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Why is Everybody's Gone To The Rapture a video game? 0

Why is Everybody's Gone To The Rapture a video game? I don't want that to sound rude or facile but it’s the question that I think all of us ask ourselves when playing a game like this. Does it need to be a game? Exploration games (or as some obnoxiously call them Walking Simulators) are a contentious issue leading to those who support the movement to support all the games in the genre voraciously and those who hate it to tear every game in the genre down. The main argument is that of inter...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Plodding 0

Journey. Gone Home. Dear Esther. If you're a fan of any of these three games, the Chinese Room's newest entry into the narrative heavy walking simulator is the game for you, and only you. Dear Esther was the developer's previous title, a two hour experience that more closely resembled visual poetry than a game. Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture combines the visual and aural cues of the developer’s previous tale with a far more ambitious open world setting. Ambitious...and risky.Unders...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

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