In her mid-20's, Kelly has been forced to move back to Nebraska. Back to that flat expanse, that seemingly endless sea of rustling cornstalks peppered by rusty silos and rustier towns. A typically intense Midwestern storm is approaching while Kelly is out; she has to get home. In the 20 miles between her grandparents' crumbling barn and her parents' house, she receives a phone call from her mother. Assume the role of Kelly during her drive through the storm in Three Fourths Home: Extended Edition. While driving through a stylized representation of rural Nebraska, players navigate an extended conversation between Kelly and her parents and younger brother. Through dialogue choice and simple driving mechanics, this critically-acclaimed visual short story explores a specific moment of these characters' lives and their relationships with one another. The Extended Edition of Three Fourths Home includes an epilogue that expands on the story of the main game. Set at a bus stop in snowy Minnesota, this epilogue examines Kelly's past as well as the effects that the events of the main story have had on her.

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    Mature 17+

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Uncle Wack

Platform: Xbox

Not terrible but not great.

NOT really a game but a limited interactive short story with a lot of reading-so if your brain isnt geared toward reading, you wont like this game. Anyway 3/4 Home is an interesting little short story that is very subtle in its content. I had to go through it twice to really get a feel for it & I recommend choosing the top dialog options to get the most out of the story. In my 1st playthru I picked & choose amongst the list of options & missed backstory on her brother & Kelly's situation. I feel the story could've been fleshed out more in detail. The epilog helped b/c it spoke of Kelly's feelings of being left behind while everyone around her was getting on with their lives. Its pretty basic-a small glimpse into these characters lives set around 2007 with the recession being a key point helping to set things up. Wouldn't have put that together if not on Kelly's photo project. Buy it on sale. Under $2 is about the proper asking price. Not great but an enjoyable little story nonetheless.

3 out of 4 people found this helpful.



DJ Kaboom

Platform: Xbox

This is not Call of Duty. Duh.

Before you 1-star this as, like, totally the worst game EVER, there's a little something called the visual novel. They like, exist and stuff. I don't understand why people buy games blind and then complain that it's not what they expected. As an indie title, yeah, it could've used more polish. The writing could have been a little sharper, backdrop could have used a bit more variety, and requiring a manual control for the throttle was distracting. Overall, a decent and emotional visual novel experience. If you feel the need to crucify this game, do it in the context a visual novel title... don't do it just because there are no head shots, finishing moves or exploding barrels.

5 out of 7 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox

Cannot recommend to anyone...

Do yourself a favor and call someone while you are driving or walking and carry on a near normal conversation. Congratulations you have just experienced everything this game has to offer. Terrible game. Great cure for insomnia.




Platform: Xbox

Absolutely horrible.

You drive towards nothing while talking to your mom on the phone, and it's raining. That's it. You just constantly drive right in this 2D black and white side-scroller. Worst game I've ever purchased from XBL, but quite possibly the worst game I've ever purchased for any console.

36 out of 42 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox

Terrible "game", bad app.

It's an easy 1K. That's the only good thing about this app. I'm calling it an app because all you do is tap X while holding down right trigger. You get more interactivity from a Kindle eBook than this mess.

18 out of 24 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox

Awesome story

This game is more like a video game spin on a classic book. Dont buy if you dont like reading. If you do, you will love it, awesome story.

5 out of 5 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox

Pretty Good

I really enjoyed it. Too much reading though but does have a decent story. Id recommend it if you enjoy story driven games.

13 out of 16 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox

Just a bunch of reading.

Even at 1.67$ it is the worse purchase I have made on xbox. All you do is hold RT to move right well pressing A and X to advance conversation. This is the first time I have given a review and only because it was horrible.

10 out of 15 people found this helpful.



Gleny Greybeard

Platform: Xbox

Not even close to being a game.

If you're looking for a "game" to "play", this is NOT a GAME, and there's NOTHING to PLAY.

5 out of 12 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox


Creative, original, new type of experience that should be encouraged and appreciated.

10 out of 20 people found this helpful.



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