SKIDROW – PC game Brothers – A Tale of Two Sons Full Version is a great short game with a beautiful story and views. This game released by SKIDROW Repacks.
Game Title: Brothers – A Tale of Two Sons SKIDROW
Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie
Developer: Starbreeze Studios AB
Publisher: 505 Games
Release Date: 4 Sep, 2013
Game Size : 1.2 GB
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Review : Brothers – A Tale of Two Sons GOG Free Download is The best game i have played. so emotional. Brothers is a deceptively simple puzzle platformer that has quite a bit going on under the covers. Its story is told almost entirely wordlessly, with a lot of little side excursions that paint a world of fairytales that is actually quite dark. Don’t let the bright graphics and cartoony characters fool you — while there are some funny and uplifting moments, this is not a feel good game. It’s not deliberately out to depress you either, but it’s more brothers Grimm than brothers Warner. I’m not saying you shouldn’t let your kids play it, but I am saying you may want to look over their shoulder if they do.
Believe it or not, Brothers – A Tale of Two Sons GOG Free Download is the game I bought a controller for. I borrowed one to see if the game was any good (it was) and then I completed it after buying one for myself. It’s not easy to convince a hardcore mouse and keyboard guy to twiddle the sticks, so it deserves credit at least for that. It deserves some more credit for possibly being the very first game to use its control scheme to evoke an emotional response. I can’t get into details (spoilers!) but you’ll know it when you get there. It’s beautifully done, and you’d need to have a heart of stone not to be at least a little bit affected. If you remember “press F to pay respects”, this is pretty much the exact opposite of that.
The gameplay Brothers – A Tale of Two Sons GOG Free Download is just about right. It’s not very challenging, but it’s not a cakewalk between cutscenes either. The game does make the most of its controls, and coordinating two characters requires your full attention. Liberal use of checkpoints means you’re not likely to get frustrated from having to replay bits, though. If the game was much longer the mechanics might wear thin, but its length works to its advantage here. My only gripe, if I can have one, is that one or two achievements are almost impossible to obtain without a guide, not because they require skill but because they require some very unintuitive actions. Still, this in no way detracts from the experience on your first playthrough, and the game allows you to replay chapters at will, so those who want the achievements can get them easily enough.