Sure, you may never buy Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons because it’s about two hours long and not really much of a challenge. However, the game sports one of the more emotionally jarring, non-verbal endings a game has had in some time. If you’ve played games like Journey, then you can understand that sometimes, “It’s not the size, it’s how you use it” saying is quite appropriate here. We tried to grab as much of the ending as possible so you can kind of get an idea of what happens, but you’ll truly be missing out on the entire experience if you don’t personally take the brothers on their quest to save their father.
Well, we warned you!