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World's End Club

By Chris Morris, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Stylized story that's really light on gameplay.

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It's hard to classify this adventure as a game, since so much of the player's time is spent watching narrative segments. Adventure games always have a strong story element, but World's End Club is more story than game (and the parts where you actually do interact with the game are incredibly easy -- presumably so that you'll continue on to the next narrative segment). That's annoying, but the game holds your attention nonetheless, in large part because of its wonderful atmosphere. World's End Club looks like no other game -- and it doesn't rush anything.

The biggest ding against the game, though, is that it ends in a cliffhanger -- and to see how the story ends, you'll presumably need to buy an upcoming version for the Nintendo Switch. Characters are a bit one-dimensional, and many of the surprises are telegraphed pretty far in advance. It's the sort of game that's worth spending a couple of hours with if you've already got an Apple Arcade subscription, but certainly not one that's worth signing up for.

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