Charlie Hall writes “[In This War of Mine] players take the role of civilians, hiding out in the battered remnants of a nameless city. The only goal is to stay alive — to find shelter, food and perhaps a way to protect your small group. Instead of taking up arms and fighting, the fragile civilians in This War of Mine can only hunker down and wait it out. It is a game about suffering, about scavenging and about making hard decisions between life and death”.
Thanks Tonguç Sezen for posting this in the first place.
Read the full article at http://www.polygon.com/2014/9/3/6098005/this-war-of-mine-actually-feels-like-being-in-a-war