The Friends Of Ringo Ishikawa: Harvard Let’s Play

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Video by Harvard L.

The second of Harvard’s brawler Let’s Plays takes a look at the retro-looking, but very modern in execution The Friends Of Ringo Ishikawa. This game is slick and – amazingly for the genre – offers a really interesting and meaningful story.

In this Let’s Play, Harvard looks at the various mechanics and narrative elements that make this such an interesting, worthwhile game, even if you’re not usually a fan of the genre.


– Harvard L. 
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