The Norwood Suite Reviews
It’s over too fast, and it’s very strange and bizarre, but it’s one of the better walking simulators even if it might not be one of the longer choices. Still, I like it a lot, and I wish there was more.
To compare it to music, this works well as a free mix-tape, but I wouldn't tolerate it as a full album. That said, I'm interested in what the artist's point of view is. If they were to be signed, I'd likely want to check out what they could put out with the support of a record label.
I’m not going to give a score to ‘The Norwood Suite’. It’s pointless, even more so that any normal review. This isn’t an experience that can be scored and numbered, nor is it one that can be categorized or recommended based on other titles. Unless you’ve played and enjoyed the 10-minute prequel, “Off-Peak,” that is. But I will say this- if you’re the kind of person who enjoys art, or mystery, or even just a good theory craft- then you have to play ‘The Norwood Suite’. You won’t regret it.