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I only played the first act, but frankly, I fell in love with this game the first 10 minutes. It's too late now to play further, but I'm eager to play more.
Someone in the reviews said that if David Lynch would make a game, this would be it. I absolutely agree. The atmosphere is eerie, a little tense (in a calm, surreal way) but overall very ambient. The dialogues are beautifully poetic and metaphorical and makes you feel...something. I can't explain, just like when you would watch the mini-series 'Rabbits' by David Lynch (or the movie 'Inland Empire', if you are not familiar with that one). To me it feels like the ultimate form of self-therapy and the most beautiful kind of art.
Yes, this game is art. From the few places that pop up when you are driving down an old road and find an even older building, where, down a dark hallway, you find a group of people sitting around a campfire and a lady comes up to you and gives you a coffee. It doesn't mean much, but it gives a somewhat melancholical feeling, in a good way of course.
Of all the little indie games that are out there to be found, this one won my heart over the fastest. And I'm not even half way there yet. I believe, even though I haven't completed the game yet, this game is my favourite of all the games I own on steam.