The Day Before isn’t the kind of game we should be celebrating

In early January, The Day Before sat second in Steam’s wishlist charts. Ahead of actual Starfield, for Howard’s sake. For a title coming from a relatively unknown developer with a handful of low-key releases under its belt, that’s an incredible accomplishment. It should be a victory cry for democratic media that a small studio without EA-grade marketing budgets should be able to generate enough hype to depose triple-As from the wishlist charts. Alas, it’s not that. The Day Before doesn’t sit

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