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Saturday, October 29, 2011

Cool & Creepy! A (Transmedia) Ghost Story for Halloween « from Fourth Wall Studios


Micheal Andersen, at ARGNet on the game experience:

“For Home: A Ghost Story, direct communications take on a supernatural air as manifestations of a mother’s attempt to drive one of her daughters beyond the brink of madness. As the chapters progress, “mama’s” communications grow increasingly ominous and slowly shift from communicating with the characters themselves to you, the viewer. The story’s omniscient narrator at first provides a voyeuristic view into the digital activity taking place around the house to complement the traditional video narrative. But as the story progresses, it becomes harder and harder to view the messages as being intended for anyone but you.”

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