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A Plague Tale: Innocence is here to make you realise how much we’ve become used to death in video games
The one thing you should takeaway from this article is that you need to have A Plague Tale: Innocence on your radar. Asobo Studio’s action-adventure game is narrative-driven, part puzzle, not a AAA game, but my god, it looks and plays like a mix between The Last of Us with the sibling relationship of Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons thrown in for good measure. Set in medieval France and centred around the teenage Amicia and her young brother Hugo, this brother and sister has to survive while being hunted by the Inquisition… and hordes of flesh-eating rats. But they’re not as close as you’d think. Because Amicia and Hugo have never met.