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Cruising through Kentucky
Playing out like a mix of classic point-and-click adventures such as Sam & Max, mixed in with the visual style of Another World, Kentucky Route Zero is a superb experience which deserves to be in the collection of any serious adventure fan. It's a dreamlike game, which follows the tale of Conway, a truck driver who finds himself in rural Kentucky on a routine job but which soon takes a turn for the surreal, with the lines between reality and dreams becoming increasingly blurred. What follows is a compelling narrative which sees you exploring both states via a topdown map, and which focuses mostly on interactive dialogues in order to progress the story, rather than inventory-based puzzles. It is thus up to the player to determine how things go, rather than following an entirely scripted plot. The game was originally released in a series of chapters, with your actions in one episode affecting the course of things in the next one, and this element remains even if you play the full game. The lack of actual puzzles will likely put off many adventure fans from trying this one, but if you're more into the likes of the Walking Dead games, then you'll likely have a great time here. The game certainly looks the part, with some lovely visuals which are highly atmospheric and which really draw you into the whole experience. The story too is a great one, which is a major consideration in a game such as this, and you'll find yourself being pulled inexorably through its nuances to the highly satisfying conclusion. Not one for puzzle addicts, but for those who love a good story, this is an excellent choice.