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Orten Was The Case deserves a more appreciative player than me

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A man stands on top of a cliff staring at a large cityscape in Orten Was The Case
Image credit: Rock Paper Shotgun/Woodhill Interactive

Once in a while I have to figure out how to recommend a game I know I'm never going to touch again. Orten Was The Case is an adventure game, which triggers a reflexive "ugh", and it's a big elaborate puzzle, which I have limited patience for, and it's a time-loop game, making it a cool and well-realised concept that happens to be a poor fit for my scattered brain. I wish I enjoyed it as much as some of you will, because it's clearly a bit special.

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