Kan Gao’s follow-up to the tear-jerking To The Moon is built upon the same central idea: two doctors venture into a patient’s subconscious in order to realise their dying wish. In this instance, the patient is the young boy from 2014 interquel A Bird Story many years on. Though Gao insists it’s an entirely self-contained narrative, he suggests that those who’ve played both games will benefit from the additional context. While A Bird Story occasionally tilted into mawkishness, To The Moon navigated the fine line between sadness and sentimentality with grace and poise. Either way, you should start stocking up on Kleenex.