Love hate relationship This was one of the best games by choice of games, second only to robots. The one thing that crushed my experience with this game is the loss of sparrow. I actually felt attached to her, but boy do I get a pleasant surprise when she reveals herself to be flipping prodigal. That put me through a sour mood for the rest of the game and sequels.
Good but... Some consequence's choices aren't very visible. And some choices seem useless (the battle choices). The other choices seems always to miss a little what you want to do and some give just dumb responses. Added with the fact that you can't rewind, it's a little frustrating. The game is rather cheap and maybe it's just me who has problem with these choices, so I still recommend to try it. But I have played Choice of robots (from the same company) and loved it far far far more. So... Your choice ! ;)
Choices don't really have impact Coming off of other, similar games where choices actually affected the story in meaningful ways, I was disappointed. In this game, it seemed that the moment you make a choice, the very next paragraph of story either continues like you didn't even make a choice or immediately undermines your decision. example: you have to choose your favorite hero early in the game; the rest of the game constantly tells you that your hero is someone else unless you happened to pick that pre-ordained person.
Love it But hate that I keep buying them lol, no really they are amazing you'll keep wanting more and more is what I mean. love the choice of game "games" because truly I see them as books and I loved the choose your own adventure books as a child so these are an absolute must if you loved those and still do.
Really good I really love the storytelling. Characters are cool too and the decision making is good, somewhat useless at times but still worth your time. The "combat" is also quite strategic at times, although sometimes it doesn't really matter what you do. I still rate this 5 because it's a very enjoyable adventure.
Trash Shallow, crude, linear - expecting you to follow a certain path or face disappointment. The only "real" choices are cosmetic. This game is made to humiliate, moralize and belittle. The exact opposite from what "choice" games should be.
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