Tagged: Fragments of Him

The strangest thing about playing Fragments of Him isn’t the darkly realistic story or minimalist art design, but the fact that it features a British voice cast. And not that Fable-style over-the-top Brit accent either, or an American’s interpretation of how the British talk, like in Assassin’s Creed: Unity, but honest-to-goodness British voice actors, the kind you hear on the mean streets of Blighty. That voice-acting is important because Fragments of Him is told almost exclusively in voice-overs. The game, from indie developer Sassybot Studios, is billed as an interactive narrative. We won’t spoil much of the story here, since … Read More »

Ladies and gentleman, prepare to have your heart strings pulled. Dutch indie developer SassyBot have announced that their emotionally charged game, Fragments of Him will be coming to the Xbox One very soon. Fragments of Him is set in the aftermath of Will’s death and how the people close to him are affected by the loss. You walk with Will in the final moments of his life as well as living the memories of those closest to him. You live the stories of Will’s boyfriend Harry, who returns to an empty apartment, Sarah, his ex-girlfriend who later became a good … Read More »

Fragments of Him is an interactive narrative experience scheduled for release in 2016. The title comes from relatively new studio SassyBot (formerly known as SassyBot Studio). The bulk of what’s known about the title can be taken from the game’s official site (here), such as the below: “When a young man dies suddenly, his friends and family are left to pick up the pieces. What were his last thoughts, what were the moments in which he changed their lives, and how will their lives be without him? Fragments of Him is an interactive narrative experience. Follow the story of Will … Read More »

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