This I Dreamt’s Long Gone Days tries to tackle a lot of heavy topics. Does this turn-based RPG do it justice, or is it tackling more than it can properly handle?
Long Gone Days
A 2D modern-day character-driven RPG that imagines the world of war that’s coming for us, told from the perspective of civilians and deserters, with a focus on language barriers and their emotional struggles.
This I Dreamt
Sam wants two things, coke and nuggs. Robert hails the hypnobooty. Ryan has to go recruit more Ryans. And Chris commissions a new Sesame Street horror adventure. Guard your eyes.
Long Gone Days is a narrative RPG that tries tackling language barriers, war, and human connection. RPGamer got the chance to take a look at how the turn-based RPG is shaping up at PAX West.
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After releasing in Early Access earlier this year, Long Gone Days has a full release window. The game will be coming to PC and Mac in April.