Title: Immersive Poetry
Genre: Adventure, Casual, Indie
Release Date: 16 Oct, 2017
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\udb40\udc21. This game is a welcome change of pace to the life consuming AAAs or seizure-inducing indie platformers out there.
Even if you're not into poetry or walking simulators, you will enjoy yourself!
Great value for the price.
Update (1st content update): Great addition to the game. It's lovely to walk the woods. The quality-of-life changes and fixes from launch until now are also really nice.
Update 2: There have been a lot of updates since my last update to this review. This is great. Now there is controller support and yet again a new level, on top of bug fixes. It seems the trend nowadays is "release and forget". Not with this one!. I'm not a fan of puzzle games or puzzles in games, and, regrettably, I haven't played many indie games, so for Immersive Poetry to get my attention is a pretty remarkable thing. What this game has going for it is its use of poetry in creating its worlds. Robert Frost, Emily Dickinson, and Edgar Allan Poe are all referenced, and while I would have preferred the stages to be more literal interpretations of the poems (an actual yellow wood and not Yellowstone), the fact that poetry is being used at all in a video game is a pretty revolutionary thing. Jumping from Frost to Dante was a bit jarring for me, and I ran out of time wandering Limbo. However, I was able to play the Heaven stage, and I could see a connection there between it and the first stage at Yellowstone through use of the sepulcher references. I'm willing to bet the locations and poetry all tie together, but with my loss at Limbo, I was more than happy to return to Yellowstone and watch the dragonflies flitter about by the brook. With camera in hand, that stage is where the game shines, and though the other two stages I played were different in design, Immersive Poetry is memorable for me as a poetry-inspired photo simulator.. ORIGINAL - I bought this little game on sales, and was satisfied. It is flawed (uneventful, uneven gameplay, poetry not so present), but also endearing thanks to its calm, soothing dimension. Some levels are indeed immersive, others are a little disappointing. The journals entries were what made me find the game nice, as they gave the key to the larger story.
There are also 20 Steam achievements, which you can actually achieve, a bonus considering that for some games it's unfeasable if you're not a hardcore gamer.
So, for a small price, you can get an unusual little game which is not perfect but rewarding in the end.
. From premise to execution, this game is solid.
I love the poetry, the direction, the simplicity of the idea.
Is it perfect? No. Is it really good for the price? Hell yes.
Pick this up and educate yourself.
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