Season: A Letter to the Future Video Review by Noisy Pixel

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date : 2023-01-31 16:24:41
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ER to video games being primarily storytelling as a fan of visual novels I've gone to appreciate the growth of a main protagonist across a series of events that likely revolve around a group of friends or a mystery while not explicitly a visual novel season a letter to the Future instead uses its protagonist to tell the story of others as a potential apocalypse grows near you play the role of making sure these stories live on for Seasons to come



A letter to the future is built on the theme of memories and how they live within us to get through troubled times or shape the way we make choices most memories carry a lot of emotions and sometimes we need to share them with others the story is set somewhere between the future and the past in a version of the world that has undergone many hardships across eras known as Seasons however humans are currently in a time of Peace even though you won't see too many traveling far from home you take on the role of a young woman to document the world in its current state before the seasons change which has fated to be catastrophic so it's a somber goodbye as you interact with your mom and share memories of loved ones before heading out into the world for the very
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first time gameplay mechanics are straightforward and rarely require any real puzzle solving or intuition you have a journal to share key places in some areas the journal will require you to find specific landmarks or sounds to add your tools are your camera and a sound recorder you're allowed to get creative with the camera using filters and macro adjustments with most pictures followed by a short narrative comment from the protagonist this is also found in the recorder that has several use cases throughout the adventure but anytime you hear something unique pulling it out will reveal an often soothing track of animal noises rainfalling or fleeting memories trapped in magical flowers this is your story as much as it is the protagonists both she and the player are exploring this world together any sense of loneliness danger or curiosity is the shared experience that adds to the overall enjoyment another aspect of gameplay is interacting with other humans you'll meet along the way these conversations are exceptionally profound as there's nothing extraordinary about them instead these are ordinary people telling the story of their lives and how they navigate the world or what brought them here this creates a strange sense of immersion that you wouldn't think would work but I found each character charming and wanted to to know more about their stories however this does require the
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right type of player the entire experience is taken at a pace that if rushed through won't contain significant weight you'll likely know within the first 30 minutes if it's right for you as you walk around your town and learn about its creator it's a slow burn and an experience that borders on an art piece that meets an adventure game before beginning I put myself in the headspace for this type of Adventure but there were moments in the game where I'd rather just sit on a bench and listen to the wind than have to progress The Narrative and sit through the lengthy dialogue scenes the good thing about that is that you aren't on a time limit and can do everything at your leisure the best moments of gameplay happen while traveling from one area to the next developer scavenger Studios truly outdid themselves to create a captivating landscape haunted by the world's end it's insanely immersive in these moments to the point where you can almost feel the sun's warmth on your skin as you ride your bike across an Old Bridge the entire game can be completed in about eight hours but I don't feel that's enough time to taken all this world has to offer with your tools in hand you begin to set the stage and take responsibility for sharing the story of the
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world before its end it becomes more than just a game and even though I can be cynical about overly artsy titles I took the mechanic of Discovery seriously which I actually found surprising the one problem that I could have likely been mitigated with a larger budget is removing the loading screens even though there's no shortage of games that use this I would have found a little more enjoyment had it taken advantage of more powerful hardware and remove this aspect while connecting the entire world so I never had to step out of it season a letter to the future is a rush of emotions you'll feel happy lonely or even scared at any given time it plays on The Player's curiosity and rewards those who take the time to explore if you don't have the time available I'm afraid the experience will fall short it's a game that makes unremarkable situations remarkable through themes of memories and how we can lose everything in an instant noisy pixel is giving season a letter to the Future here and 8 out of 10. thanks for watching please read the full review at noisy pixels run by group of Gamers who work hard to deliver news reviews previews and more please subscribe to keep up with all our future content


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