Empathy: Path of Whispers might look like a typical walking simulator, but it isn’t afraid to test the boundaries of the genre. The surreal gameworld isn’t just pretty to look at, but also offers players more freedom to explore than similar titles. It is up to players to piece together the fragmented story by finding and listening to the memories of the missing people who once inhabited the lonely landscapes. This means that some players will love the act of tracking down all the memories and connecting the clues while others will find it needlessly repetitive and obtuse.
Gameplay: A mixture of exploration, listening to audio memories, solving minor puzzles and unraveling the story.
Graphics: The surreal landscapes look great from a distance, but loses some splendor when viewed up close.
Sound: The soundtrack is good and the game features a large cast of diverse character voices