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Title: Stories Untold
Genre: Adventure, Indie
Developer:
No Code
Publisher:
Devolver Digital
Release Date: 27 Feb, 2017


Minimum:

  • OS: Mac OS X 10.9.5 or later
  • Processor: Intel Core™ i5-4570S
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM


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Stories Untold is one hell of a special experience. A slower paced horror anthology that string together drastically different mechanics to an exquisite finale. While the mechanics don't all work equally well, the stories that bring them together more than make up for this. Best played through in a single three hour long sitting. Definitely one to go into knowing as little as possible. I'll try to keep this spoiler free. Pros: - Excellent writing - Unique and well thought out mechanically - Keeps the experience fresh throughout - Plays on horror tropes well - Soundtrack is great - Visuals are simple but allows for most machines to run it - Sound design is solid - Doesn't overstay its welcome with a reasonable length and price - Never insults the player with its puzzles while keeping them reasonable Cons: - Episode 4 lighting design could use some refinement - Optimization in episode 4 could use some work - Some boxes for mouse interaction are a touch too small - Episode 2 final puzzle leaves a little to be desired mechanically - Episode 3 geometry is rather messy and needs polish - A couple tips in the game can confuse the player rather than inform It's really hard to get into any of the cons without spoiling the story events or the solution. Most of them come down to issues with polish. The core of this game is incredibly strong. The writing throughout this experience is something so rarely found in modern gaming. Emotionally driven, well thought out and powerful. The pacing in this game can lead to some debate. The text based sections may frustrate some as you can't skip forward but it is very much a relic of an era before. I remember playing text based adventures with far slower text scrolling so for myself, this wasn't a problem. The stories offer a slow burn with excellent climaxes in each leading to intense final acts that enjoy playing with your expectations. This is a slower experience that some may be willing to take in but the payoff is all too worth it. The game offers roughly three hours of gameplay, spread out across 4 episodes, without much reason to return. Acquiring every achievement in a single run is more than reasonable. None of the achievements ask you to do any out of the way actions with only one exception. For the meager $11 CAD this game asks for, this is more than enough. Puzzles in this game are generally rather simplistic but keep the momentum of the game going. You are rarely spending too long on any one puzzle. The game always has the answer nearby for you and feels rewarding throughout. A couple puzzles in the game unfortunately don't stick to this mantle quite as well and end up with you very slowly working your way through a mess. While completely doable and within reason, it does throw off the momentum the player has going at that point. These bumps in the pacing do drag down otherwise excellent episodes. The sound design in this game is pretty great all around. Some of the voice lines could use some work, but overall the soundscape is consistent and creates a tense and foreboding atmosphere. Space is also communicated to the player extremely well if they're using headphones. Speakers are fine for this game but far from the ideal setup. This covers most of the game in broader strokes as I don't wish to get into the particulars of any of the episodes in order to avoid spoilers. The less specific information you have going into this game, the better off your experience will be. I also advise that you avoid reaching for a guide unless you are really struggling. Overall this game is an incredibly strong title from No Code and if this title does interest you, I strongly recommend you give their new title, Observation, a look. Unfortunately, at the time of writing, Observation an Epic Store Exclusive but don't let that stop you from supporting one of the most unique and interesting indie developers currently on the market. Observation is also an excellent addition to anyone's library that I recommend. Their style of storytelling is truly special and makes them a developer to keep an eye on. I can't wait for further releases from them.. Pros : + Graphics + Story Cons : - Slowpace gameplay (text are too slow) - Short game length - Cant Skip Cutscenes - Cant Skip Credits Comments: The begining part of gameplay is cmd prompt style, and i don't like it ; Part 3, the scrolling book is kinda annoying ; game looks interesting but not fun, for me ; If you're wondering why i'm able to finish so quick, that's because im using a guide; If you want to try, wait for sale. Really really, good story driven text adventure/graphic interface/interactive media/whatever you want to call it! I fell in love with this game and cannot get enough. It really sets a mood. You will get fully immersed in the story before you realize it. Could not recommend more.. I'm Amanda Holden, and that was GOODISH!!!. Really really, good story driven text adventure/graphic interface/interactive media/whatever you want to call it! I fell in love with this game and cannot get enough. It really sets a mood. You will get fully immersed in the story before you realize it. Could not recommend more.. Took about 4 hours to complete at a leisurely pace. Beautiful art/graphics/design work, fantastic voice work, very interesting story and a great creepy cautionary tale. Overall I very much enjoyed this game; however, a word of warning to to anyone looking for a lot of literal and complex game play, this is not the game you are looking for. I say, if you appreciate the story and art that games can offer than this is absolutely worth the full price but if you are not as into those aspects of gaming then perhaps wait for a sale price instead.. really good, but it is quite short. soundtrack kinda reminds me of stranger things. it's hard to describe without spoiling it so go in blind. highly recommend it, although it isn't for everyone. if you like text based adventure games, this is for you.. Stories Untold is one hell of a special experience. A slower paced horror anthology that string together drastically different mechanics to an exquisite finale. While the mechanics don't all work equally well, the stories that bring them together more than make up for this. Best played through in a single three hour long sitting. Definitely one to go into knowing as little as possible. I'll try to keep this spoiler free. Pros: - Excellent writing - Unique and well thought out mechanically - Keeps the experience fresh throughout - Plays on horror tropes well - Soundtrack is great - Visuals are simple but allows for most machines to run it - Sound design is solid - Doesn't overstay its welcome with a reasonable length and price - Never insults the player with its puzzles while keeping them reasonable Cons: - Episode 4 lighting design could use some refinement - Optimization in episode 4 could use some work - Some boxes for mouse interaction are a touch too small - Episode 2 final puzzle leaves a little to be desired mechanically - Episode 3 geometry is rather messy and needs polish - A couple tips in the game can confuse the player rather than inform It's really hard to get into any of the cons without spoiling the story events or the solution. Most of them come down to issues with polish. The core of this game is incredibly strong. The writing throughout this experience is something so rarely found in modern gaming. Emotionally driven, well thought out and powerful. The pacing in this game can lead to some debate. The text based sections may frustrate some as you can't skip forward but it is very much a relic of an era before. I remember playing text based adventures with far slower text scrolling so for myself, this wasn't a problem. The stories offer a slow burn with excellent climaxes in each leading to intense final acts that enjoy playing with your expectations. This is a slower experience that some may be willing to take in but the payoff is all too worth it. The game offers roughly three hours of gameplay, spread out across 4 episodes, without much reason to return. Acquiring every achievement in a single run is more than reasonable. None of the achievements ask you to do any out of the way actions with only one exception. For the meager $11 CAD this game asks for, this is more than enough. Puzzles in this game are generally rather simplistic but keep the momentum of the game going. You are rarely spending too long on any one puzzle. The game always has the answer nearby for you and feels rewarding throughout. A couple puzzles in the game unfortunately don't stick to this mantle quite as well and end up with you very slowly working your way through a mess. While completely doable and within reason, it does throw off the momentum the player has going at that point. These bumps in the pacing do drag down otherwise excellent episodes. The sound design in this game is pretty great all around. Some of the voice lines could use some work, but overall the soundscape is consistent and creates a tense and foreboding atmosphere. Space is also communicated to the player extremely well if they're using headphones. Speakers are fine for this game but far from the ideal setup. This covers most of the game in broader strokes as I don't wish to get into the particulars of any of the episodes in order to avoid spoilers. The less specific information you have going into this game, the better off your experience will be. I also advise that you avoid reaching for a guide unless you are really struggling. Overall this game is an incredibly strong title from No Code and if this title does interest you, I strongly recommend you give their new title, Observation, a look. Unfortunately, at the time of writing, Observation an Epic Store Exclusive but don't let that stop you from supporting one of the most unique and interesting indie developers currently on the market. Observation is also an excellent addition to anyone's library that I recommend. Their style of storytelling is truly special and makes them a developer to keep an eye on. I can't wait for further releases from them.



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