Maybe I should just become a detective. That’s what you do when you finish two amazing games like this in the same month, right? Right?
I completed season one of The Wolf Among Us and was amazed by how well the world of the Fables comics had been translated into a game. I do hope Telltale will make a second season, because I really want to play the rest of the characters’ stories.
Even as it juttered about on my PS3 it managed to enchant me.
I wrote a review of The Wolf Among Us for Hex.
And just this week I finished The Vanishing of Ethan Carter. It’s similar to a lot of games (Deadly Premonition came to mind first), but it’s definitely its own thing. It’s just the kind of short, mystery game to while away a Saturday afternoon on, getting lost and scratching your head more than it’s probably healthy to do.
I didn’t play it all the way through on high graphics, but it’s beautiful high or low. And the voice acting for faceless protagonist Paul Prospero was deep and inviting.
Just today, my review for The Vanishing of Ethan Carter went live on Hex.
I’m starting on Silent Hill tonight, hopefully. Decided to buy it on PSN than risk my hardcopy.