The album finds the singer trying to usher in a new era characterized in large part by asking for help.
It suggests that a war’s horrors were the ultimate unassimilable experience of the shadowy depths of the human mind.
The album seems destined to be, if nothing else, the weirdest debut of the year.
Its point-and-click adventure elements eventually feel alternately rudimentary and more than a little tedious.
The uninspired material is unable to elevate the game’s moth-eaten ramblings about good and evil.
Kentucky Route Zero is about America in a way few games aspire to be and fewer still succeed at.
The game does a fine job of narratively showing the way in which a person can be broken down and made to believe anything.
The world here is littered with side missions out in the wild, and most of them amount to uninspired fetch quests.
The game’s themes feel like facile wallpaper over mechanics that feed into the ideas being critiqued.
As the series comes to a conclusion, we take a look back and rank all 77 episodes.
The filmmaker discusses her elliptical approach to filmmaking and how she compels our active spectatorship.
How do we deal with a crisis when it isn’t presented as such?