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 »
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