Act IV of Cardboard Computer’s Kentucky Route Zero arrived by surprise last week. You may have heard people talking about this game in hushed, reverent tones. You may have seen it on our list of the best PC games, a rarified honor amid hundreds of worthy contenders. It’s just a simple point and click adventure game,…
Surprise! Kentucky Route Zero Act IV is now available on PC, Mac, and Linux. Check out the (admittedly weird) trailer above.
Pour yourself a damn fine cup of coffee and see how director David Lynch directly influenced 17 games, including Zelda: Link's Awakening, Silent Hills, and Life is Strange. Click annotations throughout to skip spoilers.
The developers of Kentucky Route Zero recently released a free interactive play that takes place in the KRZ world, written by one of the game's characters. It's a great creepy play, and a good way to get a feel for the mood of the full game.
Some games haunt you. Whether it's the industrial slums of Midgar or the overcast island of Myst, there are those precious few worlds we look forward to inhabiting; realities that stick with us vividly while others fade from memory.
Oh, cool. Eighteen months since we saw it last, adventure game Kentucky Route Zero returns with a new art style.
The trailer for a game I hadn't heard of comes with the most unusual description: "a magic realist adventure game about a secret highway in Kentucky and the mysterious folks who travel." This is Kentucky Route Zero.