I'm not sure what the point of this article is, but when The New York Review of Books (not to be confused with the New York Times Book Review) writes about a video game, it seems important.
Also, anyone who liked Tarkovskii's film should read Zona.
I think this could've been dumped in the 2012 Game Journalism thread.
Would've been totally epic if it had ended with some random review score, like 7/10.
Now it just makes me sad about STALKER 2.
That's cool that Tarkovskii made a movie based on the videogame and that the New York Times wrote about it. I'm going to have to see that someday.
Yes, that does seem improbable.It may at first seem improbable that a decades-old art film in which very little happens could be embellished with firefights and mutant psychics and converted into a violent action game.