What Remains of Edith Finch

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What Remains of Edith Finch is the best representation of what a video game can be. It doesn’t need super in-depth gameplay mechanics, lifelike worlds filled with hundreds of hours of quests and thousands of NPCs to talk to. All a game needs are great mechanics that are built around the story to help make it feel more intimate.

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By neowin.net on 90

What would you do if you were the last living person of your name? If you found out that your family is cursed and there's no way you can escape your fate. Will you still go back to your roots? To the origin of it all? Will you be willing to step into...

By GameZone on 95

What Remains of Edith Finch is the best representation of what a video game can be. It doesn’t need super in-depth gameplay mechanics, lifelike worlds filled with hundreds of hours of quests and thousands of NPCs to talk to. All a game needs are great mechanics that are built around the story to help make it feel more intimate.

By HardcoreGamer on 90

Despite being left wanting a bit more, What Remains of Edith Finch is a one of those examples of truly interactive storytelling. In gaming, there are many examples of titles that are lauded for their narrative that don’t quite hold up when compared to genre contemporaries in other mediums. There have been and will certainly be many more diatribes that explore this phenomenon.

By VideoGamer on 90

By pulling hidden levers and crawling through small spaces, 17-year-old Edith Finch uncovers the sorrowful tales of dead relatives that are preserved in photographs, journals, and letters found in their rooms. Interacting with these trinkets can reveal...

By wccftech.com on 100

What Remains of Edith Finch has raised the bar for interactive stories and visual storytelling. The impact of static objects, while the story is beautiful and heartbreaking. This, like the Finch family members, cannot be improved, merely built upon and...

By gamecrate.com on 93

What Remains of Edith Finch may not be a very challenging game, but the story it tells is one which will undoubtedly resonate with players in ways they may not expect. If anything, it proves yet again that video games can be used to tell some truly...

By gamingcentral.in on 91

Walking Simulators are a divisive genre of games. Some would say that they aren't games at all given the lack of gameplay mechanics, which primarily comprise of the player opening drawers and reading written notes. I would say that, the aforementioned...

By PC Gamer on 91

Touching, sad, and brilliant; a story worth forgiving the limited interactivity to...

By Polygon on 90

In Edith Finch, death is a certainty and life is the surprise. Its stories are enchanting, despite their unhappy ends. I was sad I never had the chance to know the Finches while they were alive, but thankful for the opportunity, however brief, to learn a bit about them. The final farewell left me crying, but What Remains of Edith Finch is, without doubt, love.

International Review By actugaming.net on 90

What Remains to Edith Finch m'a clairement chamboulé. Je n'avais rien lu à propos, je ne voulais rien apprendre à son sujet, je voulais simplement entrer dans le jeu et voir ce qu'il me proposait. Au final, j'en retiens une des expériences narratives...

International Review By nrsgamers.it on 85

What Remains of Edith finch è un'avventura narrativa molto piacevole, che offre una manciata di storie brevi di altissimo livello e un filo conduttore generale ben intrecciato. I messaggi comunicati dagli sviluppatori sono davvero belli, molto più...