Best Month Ever!
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Our thoughts on Best Month Ever are mostly positive. The gameplay is more like a TellTales esque game mixed with point and click mechanics. It doesn’t have a ton of gameplay in it aside from minigames and walking from point A to point B. The sound design is phenomenal with voice acting that helps you feel the emotional weight of this narrative driven title. The graphics mixed with the camera angles are solid. The game could have been improved upon with character art for portraits to help us see the expressions of the characters. Overall we recommend this game unless you have issues with games that include moments of Racism, Sexism and emotional abuse. The narrative of this game has some ridiculously good high and low moments that help expand on the characters themselves. You won’t regret playing this game and seeing the effect a mother has on her child.
Best Month Ever is a touching adventure game about a mother trying to set her son up with a good life as she faces a terminal illness. The game tackles serious subjects such as racism, sexism, and violence, and the choices you make along the way will affect Mitch and shape the man he grows up to be.
Best Month Ever! is truly unique in its premise and setting. Stepping into the shoes of a terminally ill single mother was gut-wrenching, and navigating 1969 through the eyes of her biracial son gave me anxiety. Although I do wish my choices had a bigger impact and that more focus was given to preparing Mitch for the future instead of hanging on by my fingernails to what felt like Louise’s wild last ride, Best Month Ever! was different enough to keep me going. If you love narrative-driven games and have plenty of patience, Best Month Ever! is worth the road trip.
The appeal of Best Month Ever! is entirely dependent on whether you are interested in interactive narratives. For those who are interested, like me, I would be inclined to give the game the next award up than the one below. The game is perhaps priced a little too highly right now considering its run time. But if narrative is your thing and you have the money to spend, then I hope you enjoy the game as much as I did.