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    If you want a game that will mess with your brain without a word ever being spoken, take a trip to Virginia.
    Virginia, developed by Variable State and published by 505 Games, is a single-player first-person thriller mystery. And it's probably the weirdest thing I've ever played.
    This game, (respectfully) if you can call it that, opens the same way we would have seen crime movies open in the 80's. The opening credits are that. Credits playing during an opening sequence, just as if you were watching the James Bond opening titles. Virginia is presented in a widescreen letterbox format, with the black bars, indeed emphasizing the feeling you're not so much playing a game, more you're directing the lead character in a film.

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    10-04-2016 12:11 PM

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