Personalities are becoming brighter and more vivid. I no longer felt like I was making my best guess as to what a character would say, but rather making important choices for what they should say. The player's role as a director starts to feel solidified and important.
yeah, pretty epic. definitely worth playing if you like interesting stories and things that mess with your head.Very few things that are better in mind, though i did like the other acts better in some ways. excited for the final two acts.
Kentucky Route Zero is currently the best thing happening in the world of gaming. Seriously, no game on the market can match the way these individual episodes control tone, theme, and atmosphere. I'd say I can't wait for the next act, but my impatience is not a virtue when it comes to this game.
An absolute piece of after hours magic, not really a video game by any stretch. Just a bit of magic you've pulled in from the abyss and dressed up in interactive trappings before placing it on Steam. The set pieces are magnificent and so is that haunting, elegiac "Too Late To Love You Now" song. It's not about a particular meaning but about an experience.
Act three is maybe less “spectacular” in terms of visual direction than the previous two, but it's another incredibly well written game, full of crazy ideas and fresh situations. It's also a very particular game, fully based on interactive narration. But by now you should know if you like it.
An amazing game that had me blown away with the visuals, music, and storytelling. This act had me extremely impressed in particular, but I won't spoil anything. Yes, it is a slower game. There are (hardly) no puzzles, no collectables, no unlockables, no abilities. It's just you, your delivery, and a strange address you just can't seem to find. I'm not normally into point and click adventure games, but the art style and story of this game drew me in, so even if adventure games aren't your style, give the trailer a watch and decide if it interests you at all. It sure did me. Even though it's incomplete (with two more acts to go), it's worth picking up.
Good game, but I don't understand the 91 that it have in the "critic reviews" section... But, I am agree with a lot of peoples that says Kentucky Route Zero has a great story and interesting characters. Good game, but not as best as that 91 score says.
Decent game, need voice acting and reading should be made more exciting instead of blocks after blocks of text. Story is interesting and graphic unique, which is the redeeming features for it. As how this game gets a 9 from critics is beyond me.