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Gone Home

Gone Home (PC) game cover art
Platform: PC
Genre: Graphic Adventure
Developer: The Fullbright Company

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Staff Reviews

Gone Home review

Reviewed December 26, 2013

Jason Venter says: "Gone Home chooses to let the player participate in the telling of a story populated by people you never actually get to meet, and the results are commendable."
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Reader Reviews

Gone Home review

Reviewed December 06, 2015

Dinoracha says: "Safe, emotional and unoffensive, Gone Home does it just right."
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Gone Home review

Reviewed February 18, 2014

jerec says: "Gone Home quickly creates an atmospheric, creepy mansion, and then proceeds to do absolutely nothing with it. "
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