Night Call Review

“You are a taxi driver. Paris is your city and you know every corner of it.”

Paris has been the subject of many art forms. The city inspires people around the world, and has a huge history that someone can use to tell a story. MonkeyMoon and Blackmuffin Studio developed, and Raw Fury released a game that allows you to experience Paris from the viewpoint of a taxi driver: Night Call


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