BonBon Review
So, this is a very short game so review is gonna be really short too. (So will this intro)

Bonbon is a short, first-person domestic horror narrative in which you play through the childs eyes, I don't even think I should call it a game, it's more like a short story, it's probably gonna take you around 20 minutes to finish it. Although I hated the gameplay, when I finished the game and started thinking about it, it gave me some insight, it's one of those games where you try to figure out the ending for yourself.  So, you play as a little kid, and for the first 15 minutes you just put away your toys, but that creepy looking rat is always there watching you, and I guess helping you?

So, because I can't really type anything about the story because I don't wanna spoil it, let's just jump in to the scores.


RATING: 9/10
As I said, it's confusing, but it the end (and if you watch and listen to the details) it all (kinda) makes sense. The game really made me think about the ending and I always appreciate when games do that.


RATING: 8/10
Bonbon is beautiful, not AAA beautiful but Indie beautiful, really like the visuals.



Voice acting is weird, but I didn't expect much from the begginning, atmosphere is ... meh.


A good little horror game that's really cheap, I don't think you're gonna want to replay it but still, if you're a fan of these kinds of games, just get it, it's only 3 euros :)
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