The Old City: Leviathan




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By Gaming Nexus on 88

Described as a combination of gameplay and narrative elements of Dear Esther, Gone Home, and The Stanley Parable, The Old City: Leviathan is PostMod Softworks' debut game release that is focused entirely on the story. Often described by gamers that don't...

By HardcoreGamer on 30

The biggest wall of all? The fact that there are none. No direction, no reasoning, not even the most basic of skeleton to support you. With all this in mind, The Old City: Leviathan is by far the most player-hostile game I’ve ever played. It provides no degree of accommodation for anything, mentally or tactilely. The Old City: Leviathan wants you to think, but it doesn’t give you anything to think about.

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—Solomon “When meaning is deconstructed, the only driving force for progress is the acceptance of uncertainty.” —Jonah Half walking simulator, half existential novel, The Old City Leviathan is a deliberate, sober examination of both the human mind and...