STONE Review | Rough Around the Edges – OnlySP

When making STONE, developer Convict Games aimed to make a narrative adventure that bridged the gap between Bukowskian characterisation and arthouse accessibility. With the title being described in this way, onlookers may expect a serious, realism-focused project akin to Dear Esther or What Remains of Edith Finch, but, instead, STONE takes place entirely in a world of bizarre, anthropomorphic Australasian animals. The result is a The Big Lebowski-esque snapshot of contemporary developed life; half-whodunnit, half-love-story, STONE is unafraid of grappling with what is real underneath its cutesy veneer.

Author: N4G

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