Critical darling Gone Home will ring the PlayStation 4’s doorbell later this year, The Fullbright Company has semi announced. While there’s no mention of Sony’s next-gen system specifically, we’d be shocked if the platform didn’t factor into the outfit’s port plans. Exactly why it hasn’t just come out and said it, though, is very much a mystery greater than the one in the game.
For those out of the loop, the artistic endeavour reveals the story of a family from the perspective of a daughter entering its empty homestead. The title’s the product of the team best known for BioShock 2’s acclaimed Minerva’s Den expansion pack, and went on to win a slew of Game of the Year awards last year. You can watch the irritatingly vague trailer below.
What a great trailer. Completely sucked me in from the start.
Indies are where it is at this gen it seems.
Indie Where the fresh ideas are
I bought and played and loved this game on PC. That said, the experience was a bit sullied due to the fact that my PC has all the computing power of a block of cheese. I'll probably pick this up again at some point so I can experience it as the developers intended.
@k_andersen don't underestimate the power of a block of cheese. clearly you're using the wrong kind of cheese.
This looks interesting but yes, there trailer help noteth. Voice acting was thoroughly decent though.
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