This completely ignores the core premise of magick in Mage as flowing from belief. It shows fundamental misunderstanding of the basis for paradigm as detailed in the most recent editions of the game and more unfortunately casts the ecstatic as ignoring consent. The scene with the ecstatic has a meager nod to consent WAY later in that scene than was appropriate. If this is the direction White Wolf is going with the property then I'm happy to buy the rest of what's coming out of the M20 line and call it a day.
I like to read and play. It takes me intp the world of magick. I only disappointed for length of game. It is a little bit short. I wait for its sequal.
Played through it several times. It's pretty good! Only problem is that screen transitions skip a paragraph of text. Spoilers!!! It makes reading the ending of the paradox visions or deaths impossible. Devs please fix!
Great story, and fewer "game over try again" results than the vampire one. Looking forward to the next game along this line. I hope they do Wraith the Oblivion or Changeling the Lost next.
Good setting and writing. Too short, sadly (for the price).
Short but enjoyable. Very much like the RPG in feel.
Fix the launch issue seen on multiple devices.
Please kill/restart the app after installing it to make it run properly.