There are very few games that make us look at ourselves – games that make us think about the way we live, the people that we love, and how we relate to them in a world that sometimes feels like it’s falling apart. Thankfully though, there is The Stillness of the Wind, and that does all of those things.
It’s a melancholic game of slow, human time. There are brief connections, moments of revelation, but for the most part you’re following a time-old routine, doing your best to exist on the fringes of growth and collapse. … [MORE]