game about games - проект музея "Паттерн Игрока"

Minimum requirements

  • OS: Windows 8.1
  • Processor: AMD Athlon II X2 250
  • Graphics: GeForce GT 630 1GB
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
Action, Adventure, Casual, Free to Play, Indie

5 Aug, 2021

Curator review

Have you ever read a game review and wished you could play the parts of the game that the reviewer was talking about? Well now you can in this one of a kind idea. I really hope to see more of this.

Full review

This game, GAG, offers a unique and innovative concept that sets it apart from traditional gaming experiences. It focuses on providing critique of various video games by utilizing small excerpts from Let's Play videos. However, it's important to note that GAG does not aim to simulate or copy the gaming experience or plot of the games it reviews.

GAG Episode No. 2 explores the horror genre by delving into the foundation of jump scares. Through its interactive critique format, players get to experience and analyze how jump scares are utilized in different games for creating tension and fear.

Meanwhile, Episode No. 1 takes us back to 2015 when Dying Light was released – a game that revolutionized movement mechanics with its seamless integration of parkour in an open-world setting. In this episode, players have the opportunity to showcase their parkour skills as they demonstrate freedom and agility while navigating through hordes of zombies.

What makes GAG intriguing is that it allows players to actively participate in moments discussed by reviewers – bridging the gap between mere observation and actual gameplay involvement. It fulfills a desire many gamers may have had while reading traditional game reviews: wanting to experience firsthand what was being described.

The idea behind GAG is truly groundbreaking; opening up new possibilities for interactive critique within the gaming community. I am personally excited about this concept and eagerly anticipate more content being added in future episodes.