Conarium Duo Review

As promised, the first episode of our new show, Duo Review, is now available in which Joanna and Ian take a look at the recently released Lovecraftian inspired narrative-adventure,...

As promised, the first episode of our new show, Duo Review, is now available in which Joanna and Ian take a look at the recently released Lovecraftian inspired narrative-adventure, Conarium.

Since this first episode is a pilot, we let it run a little longer than we plan to for future episodes. This episode was also unscripted aside from the two reviewers setting aside talking points before recording.

If you like or dislike this format for Duo Reviews, please let us know in the comments. The same could be said for the length of the review. Do you want more in-depth reviews, or would you rather these episodes be shorter in length – maybe 15 to 20 minutes? Any feedback we can get will help us shape the next episode of Duo Review which should be out in the next two weeks.

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Reviewed on PC. Review copy provided by the developer.

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