A walking simulator with some interesting and creative vignettes, gorgeous visuals, and a high degree of potential that is tragically left unfulfilled with gaping plot holes and pointless storyline.
A brilliant, but flawed psychological horror, indie game that upends many of the clichés of the genre, but embraces many as well.
I just finished Everbody’s Gone To The Rapture, a gorgeous, non-linear mystery storytelling tour-de-force, that is not without some minor problems. Review: 2 out of 10. Recommend if you’re in the right frame of mind for a snail’s-pace non-linear story, but if you’re looking for something other than a sci-fi walking simulator, you’ll be disappointed.