I Got This Game And Finished It. Honestly, This Game Was Very Touching And It Also Broke My Heart. Basically, The Game Is About A Girl Named Edith Finch. She Inherited A House After Her Mother Passed Away. She Came To The House After Years Of Avoiding It. She Recorded The Objects In Her Journal. She Later Found Out How All Her Relatives Died And Recorded How They Died In Her Journal As Well. Then, She Found A Book Her Grandmother, The Owner Of The House, Owned. There Was A Curse That Edith Finch Would Be The Last Of The Finches Unless She Had A Child. She Did, But Died Giving Birth To Him.
Rest In Peace Edith. We All Loved You Dearly.
This is a love letter to "What Remains of Edith Finch." I guess more accurately, the Cannery level of said game. If you have a PS4 or are part of the PC master race, I cannot recommend this game highly enough.
A glorified visual novel punctuated by controller gimmicks, Edith Finch is reminiscent of "Gone Home" if you've played around with that game. It's short, an afternoon of your time; so the $20 price point might be a little steep. Nevertheless, I was brought to tears by the interactive gameplay and level design at the Cannery. The story elements are smoothly integrated within the world itself, drawing you in and nudging the player down the linear path, and the gaming aspects only serve to reinforce the narrative. However, those two branches weave together so poignantly in the Cannery my heart-guts couldn't take it. Because of the controller, it's really the sort of experience you can't get from a Let's Play.
I implore you to give this little indie title a shot. (´︶`艸)♡
Using the controller as a bridge to really immerse the player physically to an emotional aspect of the game. . . this is just the kind of gameplay I aspire to create.
Time Magazine at my eye doctors. The only two games I know from the list are Zelda and What Remains of Edith Finch, and honestly I don't like Zelda as much as people tend to.😂 I'm just not a huge Zelda fan. But I'm super proud of What Remains of Edith Finch! I watched Jacksepticeye play it, and it was amazing! It's an indie title, so it's cool that it's in Time! •
Jag fick möjlighet att prova det kreativa spelet "What Remains of Edith Finch" hos syrran i dag. Wow, jag vet inte vad jag ska säga för att inte spoila det för er. Men vilken otroligt häftig och omvälvande berättelse! Jag blir gång på gång påmind om hur brillianta dessa indieutvecklare är som lyckas skapa sådana gripande universum på bara några få timmar! De använder det mäktigaste verktyget som finns när det gäller starka spelupplevelser, och det är vår fantasi. Man blir involverad och engagerad på det mest kreativa sätt jag stött på inom spel, och varje del berättas på ett unikt och säreget sätt som lämnar en mållös. Wow, bara wow. #filipparecenserar#whatremainsofedithfinch
Once I let my natural hair color grow out I might consider cosplaying Lewis from What Remains of Edith Finch. I suffer from MPD, delusions and maladaptive daydreaming, so Lewis's storyline was very familiar and almost comforting, since a video character canonically suffered something that even now is unknown and stigmatized.
He's a beautiful character and WROEF is an equally beautiful game.💖 The fact that he's an open cannabis user and that you can make his "romance" of sorts either male or female is nice too, of course ❤️❤️ If you guys haven't played it, you should. #whatremainsofedithfinch#ftm#indiegamecosplay