'What Remains of Edith Finch' tells an artful story about death



What Remains of Edith Finch is the exact type of game that gets derided as a “walking simulator.” 

That’s silly. For one thing, the label carries negative connotations, implying that a video game in which all you do is walk around and experience something is inherently bad. That flawed line of thinking does nothing but limit the kinds of games we get to play.

Besides, in Edith Finch you also leap nimbly from tree branch to tree branch, swim swiftly through the sea, soar across the sky, and slither on your slimy belly stalking human prey. All of that is part of the single chapter that developer Giant Sparrow showed off at PlayStation Experience 2016. Read more…

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