Untitled Goose Game

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Untitled Goose Game – Review (Maybe… We’ll see how far I get in writing this before I hit a depressive mood and stop)

 

Geese are bastards. You know it, I know it, and this beautiful game knows it.

 

I wasn’t sure what to expect from Untitled Goose Game, a wonderfully imaginative name, I’d seen people singing its praises on Twitter most of the week; in truth that’s all it took to peak my interest. With no Nintendo Switch in my life, I turned to my PC. After £11.99 [at the time of purchase] on ye olde Epic Store and a minute or two later, I found myself at the start of the most wondrous adventure I’d been on in some time, at the prompt of the X button it happened.

 

That oh so bizarre sound.

 

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I pressed it again

 

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“I AM THE GOOSE” I screamed with joy! (In my head at least, it was 11pm and people were sleeping)

 

With caution I moved towards the lake ahead of me. And then I spotted it, a glorious sight indeed. An allotment, with a lone gardener… My calling.

 

Untitled Goose Game is excellent, go and buy it now.

 

That’s it. That’s the review.

 

I’m not here to babysit you, go experience it for yourself.

 

(It hit here)

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One Comment
  • J McMahon
    8 October 2019 at 2:15 pm
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    HONK?

    Honk.

    (this was a weirdly informative review)

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