Throughout the gaming world there are good games, and there are great games. But above both of those are games which you must play immediately. Games like What Remains of Edith Finch.

Available right now on Xbox One, What Remains of Edith Finch comes with a £15.99 price tag attached. Now, for a game that is over in just a few short hours, that may seem a lot of cash, but when something is of such a high quality we don’t have a problem in recommending it. And it must be said that Edith Finch is one such title.

It tells the story of a young girl, Edith, as she explores her old family home in Washington state. Full of story and intrigue, each and every tale you come across will be different from the last as you experience the life of one of your family members – on the day of their death. A first person adventure, expect to find plenty of mystery, tons of suspense and enough gameplay content to have you going back even when you have fully completed the tales.

It won’t take you long to play through the entirety of What Remains of Edith Finch, but don’t let that put you off because what has been included puts it right up there as one of the must-play Xbox One titles.

You should be making your way to the Xbox Games Store as a matter of urgency. Unless you want to read our review of course?

Don’t forget to hit up CDKeys and grab some of their cheap Xbox Live Credit before you purchase Edith Finch. It takes just a few minutes and will allow you to save some of that hard earned cash.

Game Description:

What Remains of Edith Finch is a collection of strange tales about a family in Washington state. As Edith, you’ll explore the colossal Finch house, searching for stories as she explores her family history and tries to figure out why she’s the last one in her family left alive. Each story you find lets you experience the life of a new family member on the day of their death, with stories ranging from the distant past to the present day. The gameplay and tone of the stories are as varied as the Finches themselves. The only constants are that each is played from a first-person perspective and that each story ends with that family member’s death. Ultimately, it’s a game about what it feels like to be humbled and astonished by the vast and unknowable world around us. Created by Giant Sparrow, the team behind the first-person painting game The Unfinished Swan.


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