A Story About My Uncle is a fantastic First Person puzzle game. It has excellent story, the
graphics are beautiful, and the gameplay is challenging, but fun. The ending is a cold hard slap
back into reality, and every part is fantastic. Long story short:
"Oh, there's a huge gap! energy grappling hook go!
Controls (Keyboard) 10
Controls (Controller): 8
The graphics on this game are downright amazing. This has to be one of the most beautiful games
I've ever played. From the caves. to the stars of the floating rocks, to that weird worm thing.
that thing? Anways, graphics are a 10. I had to remove a point because of a key
factor this game needs: Oculus Rift support.
This game would be absolutely amazing with it.
They are running on Unreal, so they should be able to do it.Gameplay
The gameplay of this game is amazing as well, giving the perfect blend of difficulty and fun, while
also allowing a bit of roaming. There are hidden collectables that unlock unlockables, like
changing your beam color, to turning into a goat (yes, really), and story collectables, which add
extra narration. Removed a point for shortness, maxing out my run at around 5 hours, and the
replayability isn't that great. So, 1 point off there.Story/Lore
The story of this game is fantastic. It is narrated by the protaganist, telling the story as a
bedtime story to his daughter. The story is amazing, and the ending is absolutely fantastic. The
hidden story collectables really add on to the story, making it a lot better. What this game lacks
in game time, makes up for in story.Controls (Keyboard}
I find this game best played with a keyboard, which is a rare thing for me. You need to react
fast, and sometimes you can press your mouse faster than compressing the trigger, so I have to say
keyboard is better, neither set of controls are bad, just personal prefference.Controls (Controller)Played With Wireless Xbox 360 Controller
Like I said before, faster to click than to compress, so I really don't have much to say here. Both
controls are great, neither one is bad, and both can be used. There is a bit of a delay with
wireless 360 controllers, so I removed 2 points.