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FLORENCE | Switch Release Date Trailer
FLORENCE | Launch Trailer
Critic Reviews for Florence
At only 30 minutes long and with little replay value, this is not for everyone, but its unique emotional journey is an experience that stays with you.
Florence weaves its alluring aesthetics, simple interactivity, and genuine story in creative and compelling ways
Through the highs and lows of a newfound love, Florence is a wonderfully told and emotive story that engages you in such simple, but effective ways.
Like the video game equivalent of an orchestra, Florence is comprised of so many different elements that all work seamlessly together to create an emotional masterpiece. Video games exploring romance is nothing new - but this short and sweet game is probably the best and most realistic title that portrays what the realities of falling in love is actually like.
This graphic novel-style chronicle of twentysomething romance uses a delicate aesthetic and clever interactions to keep you emotionally invested
Of course, with a great desire, the authors of the project can be accused of plagiarism, because a year before the game was released, the Brazilian blogger Rudy Mancuso released his famous video "Circle of Love". However, Florence has much more side meanings.
Review in Russian | Read full review
Florence is a love story, a story that merges video game and comic, capable of giving shape to a delicate and poetic narrative, but with an overwhelming emotional impact, which really leaves you speechless: at the end of this short story, you will therefore find yourself with a lump in your throat that would just like to melt into tears. The perfect synergy between impeccable visual construction and gameplay designed at the service of the plot gives life to a set that emphasizes the potential of the video game medium, exploring the potential of digital fiction.
Review in Italian | Read full review
The graphic style is clean and the music is lively; we finally regret only its short lifespan of just 30 minutes, which leaves an aftertaste of too little, but nevertheless, the experience is perfectly worth the detour.
Review in French | Read full review