Fading Afternoon Reviews
For players who have the patience and curiosity to push through learning the game's idiosyncrasies, Fading Afternoon can offer a profound gameplay experience that makes a given playthrough feel like a life lived.
Fading Afternoon takes the concept of time and creates a melancholic experience which explores heavy themes surrounding self-reflection and existentialism. However, occasional bugs and repetitive combat hold it back from its true potential.
Fading Afternoon is a sprawling masterpiece that has been meticulously and carefully crafted by some of the greatest artists in the indie space.
Fading Afternoon isn’t exactly what I would consider a game with legs, but what it does have to offer is of a level of quality writing-wise that is enough to keep you glued to your PC screen for as long as it lasts. While other elements of the game could have been done better, mainly its controls, its gripping story, characters and setting more than make up for its annoyances.
Fading Afternoon, Yeo's new title is a beat 'em up with a unique narrative that conveys a range of emotions through the gameplay itself. While it's not a game for everyone, it's still a gem that's worth giving a chance.
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