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The Stillness of The Wind

Fellow Traveller, Memory of God / Lambic Studios
Feb 7, 2019 - PC, Nintendo Switch
Fair

OpenCritic Rating

72

Top Critic Average

42%

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6 / 10
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Critic Reviews for The Stillness of The Wind

An elderly empty-nester whistles as she maintains her smallholding with calm and dignity in this slow-paced, meditative game

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As you watch Talma's existence fade, you grasp the importance that every moment can have on a mortal plane.

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Only fiddly controls and minor pacing issues mar a melancholic and affecting story, simply and refreshingly told.

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This isn't a fun game, but it is an experience with a message.

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The Stillness of the Wind tells a moving tale of an elderly woman living alone on a small, isolated farm.

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Cubed3

Athanasios
5 / 10
Cubed3

Old lady Talma's melancholic tale of utter loneliness and inevitable end does provide some tasty breadcrumbs every now and then, but as a whole, this farm sim/narrative-driven title overstays its welcome, doesn't manage to be enjoyable, and ends up being a chore that just happens to include some pretty, and mildly coloured vistas, as well as a nice calm-and-then-ominous aura.

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I hope by now it is clear that The Stillness of the Wind is not a traditionally “fun” game – it doesn’t have the compulsion or reward of something like Stardew Valley. That being said, I would still recommend giving it a chance

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The Stillness of the Wind is not the easiest game to recommend, really being more of a curiosity piece than anything else, but if you are prepared to look beyond its limitations, there is a melancholic story here to be discovered.

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