PC - Windows
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About this game
Content Rating: Everyone
Blackwood Crossing is a single-player, first person narrative game. An intriguing tale exploring the relationship of Scarlett and Finn, two siblings who are growing apart. When their paths cross with a ghostly figure, an ordinary train ride evolves into a haunting adventure of love, death and magic.
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- OS: Windows 7 or later
- Processor: Core i3-550 2.5ghz
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 460 or higher with 1GB of Memory
- DirectX: Version 11
- Network: Broadband Internet connection
- Storage: 5 GB available space
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The truth Blackwood Crossing finds is unforgettable and emotionally wrenching. Its palette of feelings - love, loss, anger, belonging - are beyond the scope of all but the best narrative games, and Blackwood Crossing is one of the most beautiful and best I have ever played. It explores the meaning of childhood, without falling into a soup of schmaltz. It dares to investigate the mutual incomprehensibility of adulthood and childhood, and to explore the different landscapes we and our offspring inhabit.
There’s nothing wrong with small, but Blackwood often feels like it has a larger world that we don’t have access to. I think a lot of the feeling that makes you want more from the game comes from the relationship between Scarlett and Finn, which, while sad, never feels deep enough and leaves the player wanting a little something more.
Despite some of the technical shortcomings of the title, Blackwood Crossing ultimately is a tale that becomes greater than the sum of its parts. Though it’s a brief experience that will only last a few hours, Blackwood Crossing is another title that showcases the power of storytelling in gaming as a medium, while still offering a story that you’re going to remember long after finishing it.