Little Kite Reviews
I enjoyed my time with Little Kite, a short point-and-click adventure with themes that touched my heart. I felt for Mary and Andrew's situation. The art style lent itself to the game and made for a beautiful visual tale.
It certainly is not one of the games that easily fit into a wishlist, but that does not mean that it is a negligible amount.
Review in Greek | Read full review
Recommending Little Kite is not easy at all. That is, it is a play that everyone should play to realize that our lives, no matter how bloody they may seem, can turn upside down in a minute and get us into a well from which it is very difficult to get out. But just because it's something everyone should play doesn't mean that doing it is comfortable to experience. Gender-based violence, abandonment or abuse are unfortunately present issues in our reality and therefore it is necessary to deal with them in a direct way without the need for cover-ups, without hot cloths and that is how Little Kite does it. A tough game that everyone should play.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Little Kite’s powerful portrayal of domestic violence is going to stay with me for a long time. Although the imagery was intense and the music divine, the point and click mechanics were frustrating for the console — as is unfortunately par for the course when it comes to this hardware and genre combination.