Can’t believe I’m the first to make that D’angelo reference.
Look, Untitled Goose Game is fantastic. I’ve only played about an hour of it so far and I feel pretty confident saying that. I like how weird it feels at first that the game gives you, a trash goose, a to-do list with no explanation for why you would do any of those things. I also love that after crossing off just one item on said list you never question why they gave you that list: It’s literally the developers looking at you with a cocked eyebrow as if it to say:
See? See how great it is to be a trash goose roaming the country side? See how satisfying it is to stealth around the gardner and scaring the living daylights out of him with your almighty honk? what the hell do you mean “why is there a to-do list?” You know why that to-do list is there. No get out there and raise hell.