Nostalgia is big business these days, especially in the wonderful world of indie gaming. But nostalgia is by nature incredibly selective. We remember and cherish the good stuff, but conveniently gloss over the not so good or someone how convince ourselves that things were better than the really were. This couldn’t be truer than when it comes to recollecting our childhoods. We often overlook the boredom, the growing pains, the bullying, the fights and tribulations, and the fact that cassette tapes truly were shit. So what I really appreciated about Blackwood Crossing is that, while it clearly yearns for days gone by, it also focuses on the issues and hardships that many of us faced in our formative years.
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