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I thought it was going to be a supernatural mystery with something bad happening to the family and you uncovered what happened to them. Not that you had a sister who ran off with her girlfriend because she was paranoid about her parents being mean to her.
Well at least its better than Depression Quest...
Gone Home is like Firewatch - atmospheric and immersive walking simulator and thats it.
Its not a bad game but then again its nothing to fap about like those sjw pundits did.
Ha! That's fucking awesome! I know exactly where I was and what I did on the date on her bag! June 6th, 1995, I was in my girlfriends apartment on Salem Ave in Cupertino, CA. We were both fifteen-years-old. She was going away for the summer and neither one of us wanted to be virgins for the whole summer. So we fucked like the inexperienced morons that we were. It was awful. And by awful I mean awesome... for me. Patriarchy!
The only reason this game got awards and accolades was because of the lesbian story. Make this same game with a white male looking for his straight sister who ran away with a boy. It would be criticized for being cliché and short. The fact that the little sister in the story also practices satanism(pentagram under the stairs) is highly disturbing.
I played it thinking it was gonna be like a subtle horror game but once i found out what was going on I was like: "That's it? It's just lesbians?" The "game" aspect is fine I guess but the story is just dumb.
i got it free on ps+ having not heard anything about the game. (pc gaming had skiped me buy t the time). i thought it was atmospheric and was expecting some monster to attack me as i explored the house but got none of that.
i think gone home should be looked at the same way as an experimental art house film.
I downloaded this game when it was free on ps plus. When I finished the game I couldn’t believe how much praise this game got simply because it was a story about your lesbian sister’s journey. I feel like I was tricked into thinking I was going to play a spooky thriller/mystery and it was just a teenage relationship drama sim. Her being a lesbian is about as interesting as her being straight and going through the same journey. I was SO glad I didn’t pay money for this. I almost did because it was so highly rated.
This game sucked balls. I had read the good reviews and it LOOKED like one of the spooky old house type games I enjoy. So I bought it even if it was way overpriced. Holy crap, Husband and I were pissed off! This is the most boring damn thing I've ever had the misfortune to install on my computer. We kept saying "there has to be a payoff here" and there was most emphatically not.
I disagree with the claim that this was a game. There is no mechanic of challenge, puzzle or competition. I agree that there are redeeming features in this non-game. As an example, I liked the atmosphere of the experience. I would give this a 0/10 as a game, but only because it is not a game. As an interactive film, I would probably score it at around 4/10. It was not good, but it was not completely trash.
what a dirty trick i thought i was playing a murder mystery or ghost story like slender man the ending would have been a thousand times better if one of the girls had been in the attic swinging from the rafters and the other on the floor with foam all over the mouth of the others corpse
I stopped trusting game reviews from places like IGN and the others a while back due to ratings being entirely political and sjw influenced...I now do not buy any game untill its reviewed by actual gamers.
Thank you for the answer, didn´t expect that. It is kind of interesting how you judge me by my picture and not by my content. In my late 30s I am old enough to know how a gay teen might feel, (especially in then eastern block communist country) having nothing in the media to relate to. Of course that was in the late 80s and early 90s. Now it is different, thanks to projects like this one. I sincerely hope that in another 20 years nobody would trash a game like this for having a gay main character, but for what it is - a really short walking simulator. Thanks for the advice, I asked my 70 years old mom about propaganda and she confirmed what I already thought it was. Result of this kind of propaganda, if you want to call it that way, may only be less bullying and lower suicide rate. And maybe some angry people like you who think that this game is forcing them to become gay. That is fine by me. Another result is that in your country people like me are allowed to get married. Here we are only allowed to pay taxes and shut the F up. I enjoy most of your videos but more empathy and less paranoia would be nice.
well I mean... it IS propaganda...
The systematic propagation of a doctrine or cause or of information reflecting the views and interests of those advocating such a doctrine or cause.
wether you like it or not. Judging by your profile picture you probably aren't old enough to know what propaganda is anyway, and just follow what your parents tell you to believe.Form your OWN opinions.
The thing is.. You've just been on a flight from Europe and nobody is home. You see a letter from your sister in which she gives no clue where she is. What do you do? Well, you call some friends to see if she's with them. Maybe you call the police or hospitals. Or maybe you unpack your things, get something to eat after the long flight, have a shower, change clothes, watch some TV, and go to bed, so you can deal with this with a clear head in the next morning. What you do NOT do is go through old stuff and play the detective to figure what what's going on. Or am I just thinking too much like a guy here?
Yeah it's 1am so the melodramatic twat is either hiding somewhere in the house or she's not, and she's either ok or she's not and there's not a damned thing you can do about it or anyone you could call either. Hell in my case I'm accustomed enough to my own irl sister's tumblrina bullshit the last thing I'm likely to do anymore when she fucks off is to go looking for her.
i liked the atmosphere in the game it was kinda creepy, i thought i was going to find her sister hanged in the attic but it just turned out that she was a lesbian.
and i asked myself what have i just played
Ya know what game handled homosexuality well in my opinion? Undertale. Why? Because it didn't make a big deal about it. It wasn't it's main focus. It's just like, oh those characters are in love! That's it. It didn't even bring up the fact that they're the same sex.
Out of curiosity, did women generally favor this game - at least the ones who played it? The story sounds like something that women would probably find more interesting. This this game at least strike a chord with its target audience?
Nobody ever says "I got my ticket back from Europe."
Europe is made up of individual countries. You say "I got my ticket back from Italy" or "I got my ticket back from Germany". Or even specific cities.
Literally nobody says what she said.
The thing I find about Gone Home is that it could have just as easily have been about the girl running away with a boy the parents didn't approve of. But that's too clichéd. I wonder if Anita Sarkeesian would have found the game as touching then.
If there were an honest sequel it would be about the dumb bitch crawling back to her family's Oregon mansion penniless a year and a half later after the relationship fell apart to live rent-free in her childhood bedroom while working part time at the local Dairy Queen.
It’s exactly why a room full of feminists will clap like seals to a feminist “comedian” when they are not saying anything funny but are just preaching the narrative. Another big indication of why it is a cult.
Ok so I watched your video and said "that can't be all there is to this game." So I went and found an actual walk through and it's not as bad as your making it out to be. Anita knownothing said it was "brave" because by playing the game through (without ignoring everything) and listening to the story it tells the tale of a lesbian couple struggling in the 1990s and how their ultimate decision was to leave everything and everyone behind. The game is about the story as you explore you learn more about what was going on in these girl's lives before they left. It's an emotional tear jerk story. I don't think Anita is wrong to call it brave giving what the actual content of the story is i.e. a lesbian couple turning a way from family and friends to pursue their relationship. I don't it's brave as a game concept though, these types of games where you explore an environment and uncover some kind of mystery is not new. So you can't call it brave for that. I think we can call it brave for it's story content though as to my knowledge there hasn't been one that show cased this particular drama. I don't want to defend Anita shitface but I will defend the game. Is it worth 20 bucks? I have no idea I don't use steam.
Holy crap, they really weren't kidding! That is some truly piss poor game design if you can just walk to a certain place, perform an action and be done, without meeting any sort of conditions or unlocking any plot points or anything.
The SJW-ness of it could be forgiven if it was a competently crafted game. In fact, they could have done something really emotionally impactful and served their purposes far better had they invested as much effort in the story as they did in ambience.
I kinda regret spending the few hours necessary to finish this game.
I've yet to finish Skyrim, Fallout New Vegas, and/or any Legend of Zelda game; I have however finished Gone Home. >_>
Even before I was "red-pilled" I was just kinda meh over the whole experience. People like Totalbiscuit and other game reviewers I respected at the time were vastly overreaching in their praise of the game, and I got suckered in by what they'd said.
(Also, I saw that this family had MILK in the fridge. MILK. What a bunch of racists.)
I wonder what your reaction would be if you played this game before the whole intersectional feminism thing exploded. But another question would be if this game would ever exist without the whole intersectional feminism thing.
Didn't you review this game already?
I see they are removing negative reviews about the game on Steam.
I have the game but I got it from one of those humble bundle thingies..
Haven't even bothered installing it..
It really is the lesbian storyline that have the game it's good reviews. The thing that gets me most is its length. I love short games- Ninja Gaiden, Castlevania etc but nowadays gamers HATE short length, absolutely despise it. But a $20 games that's like half an hour long? Nobody complained? Red flags right there. Even for $10 or $15 you can get Shovel Knight, which had a lot more effort put into it's production and has way more replay value; and I'm not even a Shovel Knight fan lol
Lewis Conroy True- Goldeneye and other Bond games did it superbly btw. It's just that a 6hour game will be slammed for being too short but Gone Home reviews don't even mention it's length, and it has zero replay value outside of the "open every door" mode
That table with the pentagram on it in the hidden room and red lights outlining the attic door are trippy. Instead of finding that note from her sister in the attic, she should of found it in a large walk in closet. That would have been a nice touch.