Mosaic (Xbox One) Review

Mosaic is living proof that video games can indeed be art. Its high price tag implies a level of quality that perhaps isn’t quite there; its gameplay is shallow and could be described by some as dull, but the story it tells is engaging and, in another lifetime, we may have seen it brought to life as an animated feature-length movie rather than as an interactive video game. If you’re against the so-called “walking simulator” genre, then please avoid Mosaic. If you’re otherwise intrigued by what this review has told you, and if the price suits you, by all means check it out.

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