Some thoughts (now that the game has been out for awhile) on the critically acclaimed Edith Finch.
I am not quite as in love with this game as many seem to be (including my oldest daughter, who said it changed her life), but I can't deny its thoughtfulness and interesting use of the medium. It excels at playing around with how a story can be told, which is admittedly pretty cool in many instances.
It may simply be my own general malaise that is influencing my somewhat personally tepid response. This is a very good game, probably one of the year's best. Dozens of critics and thousands of players are probably not wrong. My discussion of it, though, over at PopMatters is purely analytical, not evaluative.