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Kentucky Route Zero review

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law99 14th January 2013, 10:35 Quote
AHAHAHAHAHA Where are the pictures??? I can't read without pictures!!!!

:D
Parge 14th January 2013, 10:38 Quote
I only look at the pictures and the score.
loftie 14th January 2013, 10:48 Quote
Naa don't even look at the pictures, much better use of my time if I just skip to the score :D
CardJoe 14th January 2013, 10:52 Quote
You guys.

(Images fixed, sorry!)
S1W1 14th January 2013, 11:12 Quote
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There's the issue of delivery, for example. Cardboard Computer is intending this to be the first of five acts that will be released in the coming months, but the impression we took from Act One was that it didn't urgently need a sequel. It's a game about imparting a sense of flavour and, with that flavour imparted, it's hard to see what might come next in subsequent episodes.

This game sounds fantastic, but what do you think: purchase all 5 acts for $25 today or play it safe and buy them individually as they arrive for $7 a pop?
Xir 14th January 2013, 12:25 Quote
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is intending this to be the first of five acts that will be released in the coming months
where have we heared that before?
Did any "episodic content" ever reach it's designated end?
StoneyMahoney 14th January 2013, 14:51 Quote
Cardboard Computers just hit me up for £16 via PayPal. That's £3.20 an episode - I spend more than that on coffee! Very much worth checking out the website and seeing the video they have on there, it's good to see a game with some great graphical design, rather than just an increase in the required specs.
CardJoe 14th January 2013, 15:54 Quote
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Originally Posted by Xir
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is intending this to be the first of five acts that will be released in the coming months
where have we heared that before?
Did any "episodic content" ever reach it's designated end?

You mean besides all of Telltale's stuff?
CardJoe 14th January 2013, 15:55 Quote
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Originally Posted by S1W1
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There's the issue of delivery, for example. Cardboard Computer is intending this to be the first of five acts that will be released in the coming months, but the impression we took from Act One was that it didn't urgently need a sequel. It's a game about imparting a sense of flavour and, with that flavour imparted, it's hard to see what might come next in subsequent episodes.

This game sounds fantastic, but what do you think: purchase all 5 acts for $25 today or play it safe and buy them individually as they arrive for $7 a pop?

I'd buy the first and see how you go, personally.
Xir 15th January 2013, 19:13 Quote
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Originally Posted by CardJoe
You mean besides all of Telltale's stuff?
Was Sam&Max announced as three episodes only?
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