The delightful indie horror game Oxenfree has received a new update, and it looks like the weirdness of dimensionality and time bending is flowing from the upcoming sequel to the first game. With the launch of Oxenfree 2: Lost Signal, the developer Night School Studio has crossed the flow of games about crossing the river.
It’s not surprising that development companies have conducted a more fascinating experiment in narrative and groundbreaking game dialogues over the years. Needless to say in terms of spoilers, the original Oxenfree also began to adapt itself through subsequent broadcasts.
This is not the first time a night school studio has carried out a strange promotion. It used an alternative reality game before, and if you let me bet, I would say there is already a game here.I mean, look tweets Regarding the update.
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For me, Oxenfree is one of the best horror games of this generation. As a person who doesn’t particularly like horror games, I say so. Andy Kelly, who likes horror games, uses it as a typical example of how independent developers choose the horror type that failed large-scale AAA games. If you are curious, you can read our 2016 Oxenfree review.