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October 30, 2014, Author: Matt Parker

Video-games, as a medium, are at a point now where we can happily say there’s lots of different types. There are games that you need to get good at, there are games that you can compete in and there’s games that ask you to get the high score. Qora isn’t one of those games, which is fine.

This is fine because some games have more of a narrative to them. They don’t ask you to ‘get good’ at them and they don’t show you a ‘Game Over’ screen. Instead they aim to leave you feeling something, give you an experience you won’t forget or introduce you to remarkable characters. Qora, sadly, won’t give you any of that. It’s a game you hardly play and an experience that offers little to remember.