The Kids We Were: An arthouse indie with heart and soul

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Video by Matt S.

The Kids We Were is a beautiful, artful and emotional little arthouse experience, which comes to Nintendo Switch and Steam very soon indeed.

We have a review on, but in this video, we talk about the way the game handles nostalgia for youth, and why Japanese game developers are increasingly exploring these kinds of ideas in this way, while western game developers often have a very different perspective.

Don’t rest on this game! It’s short and to the point, and it’s also a truly memorable experience.

– Matt S.
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