Valiant Hearts (PS4) Review

Valiant Hearts: The Great War_20140626134554

“People are killed. Some wrongly, some out of sorrowful wartime necessity. With loudness infrequent, herein sits a cut of humanity where even though nationalities and uniforms indicate instant hostility, there exist common bonds. Haggard and worn Karl may be French, but the suffering of a stranded, dangling German soldier is not something to ignore. Anna and her admittedly eye rolling rhythm-based medical care becomes, in the moment, not of country.”

Read my full Valiant Hearts review at Pulp365

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