Friday, 26 August 2016
Valley (Video Game Review)
There are few sub-genres more ill regarded than walking simulators these days. The term itself has practically become a derogatory insult, referring to titles which lack true interaction, forcing players to slowly trudge across a world looking at another person's story. While Valley keeps many aspects of this genre, from the scattered story to the beautiful ruins, it proves how the right developer can take a flawed idea and turn it into something truly exciting. In this case, by allowing the player to practically break the sound barrier.