In 2010, developer Christine Love released a graphic adventure game titled Digital: A Love Story. The game was widely praised for its remarkable plot and gripping delivery, which combined to create a narrative-heavy experience that was emotional and smart.
Today, Love released Analogue: A Hate Story, the follow-up to the successful indie adventure game, on Steam for $9.99. Like its predecessor, Analogue was praised for its riveting tale. So if you've got a hankering for a visual novel, you really can't go wrong with this one.
Analogue takes place several thousand years after the 25th century. It is up to you to solve the mysteries left behind by a failed interstellar colony project. The game features five endings and two "pursuable" characters.
To be honest, I'm a bit adventure gamed out right now. Still, Analogue seems like it could be quite enjoyable, so I may have to check it out. I'm not saying you should expect a review on GameZone by me or anything, but maybe you can. We'll see.
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