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Firewatch

Firewatch is already a success, passing the developer's "wildest expectations"

Firewatch is already a success, passing the developer's "wildest expectations"

Ron Duwell

So far, 2016’s biggest indie smash has been the first-person adventure game, Firewatch. Campo Santo’s exploration of the Wyoming frontier has left its stamp on the gaming universe, and everyone who has played it loves sharing their experiences and even photos with one another. What’s more, they can even get them printed physically and mailed to their homes! Fans will be happy to know...

In Firewatch on PC, you find a camera - You can have the pics you snap physically developed

In Firewatch on PC, you find a camera - You can have the pics you snap physically developed

Joey Davidson

Don’t worry, I’m not going to spoil anything. We reviewed Firewatch. Our review went up today. We played the game on PC. The PC version of Firewatch has a special feature that the console version lacks. You find a disposable camera in the forest. You can use that camera to take pictures in the game as you play. Once you finish the game, you’ll get a link in the menu to a web store...

Firewatch Asks a Man to Stay in his Tower and Protect the Wilderness

Firewatch Asks a Man to Stay in his Tower and Protect the Wilderness

Joey Davidson

Firewatch had a nice premiere at PAX Prime this past weekend. Developer Campo Santo showed off the video you see above during a live Twitch stream at the event. This is a mystery based in Wyoming’s wilderness. You’re meant to keep up a post at a firewatch tower, though something obviously draws you away from that and into the wild. You’re only connection to the outside world is a voice...