Let’s Play The Quiet Man

This Square Enix published game is about a mute man who’s past is riddled in turmoil and family abuse. After his mother dies a tragic death in front of him as a child, he tries to overcome his trauma later on in life. However, when certain events draw him in towards very familiar characters from this tragic part of his life, things start to unfold at an alarming rate. Unfortunately, none of us are able to realize this because the first time to play this game, the game is completely muted to us. We can’t hear anything, including any dialogue, and there are no subtitles whatsoever. Playing through the game a second time will unlock full game audio, but this is a wonder why this game has received mostly negative reviews from gamers on Steam/PC. The storyline was a bit weird, and the game gets strange at the end even when you do know what’s happening and what people are saying. I did end up playing this game a second time with full audio, which you can find at the link just below here.

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