HIGH Masterfully elegant, and a brilliant card mechanic.
LOW No saving mid-game and no progression unlocks.
WTF The meat-monster from another dimension has a fantastic voice.
In February 2017, it was announced that Playstation 4 free-to-play exclusive Let It Die had passed more than two million downloads in North America, Europe and Japan combined. In order to mark the occasion, I had the chance to ask the game’s director, Hideyuki Shin a few questions. Here are his answers, translated from Japanese.
HIGH Chasing a murderer across a rooftop with a grumpy ex-cop.
LOW The ex-cop’s wooden joke-telling.
WTF The big twist ending that I can’t spoil but trust me, when you get to it, you’ll understand.
Prologue Games’ Knee Deep is a twisted tale of treachery, murder, and journalistic intrigue. Although similar, it diverges from Telltale’s tried-and-true formula to provide a stage production-like experience, and interviewer Elijah Beahm enjoyed his journey through the corrupt Florida town of Cypruss Knee for the review. He also got the chance to sit down with the writer behind this wild mystery, Wes Platt, and dug into the mysteries behind the game.