Episode 1 is free, Episode 2 is $5. Great but short Expect about 3 hours gameplay from Episode 2 which is $5. Lots of adventure, great visuals and music, can be sad due to overall theme (seeing post - end of the world). Overall great but short for cost compared to other titles.
Very cool I really enjoyed going through this game, even though, as many have stated, the ending is a little bit disappointing... It felt like the guys ran out of time and decided to end it anyway. Still, it was enjoyable, even though a five bucks investment should've secured a longer gameplay, in my opinion ( the room 1-2-3 for example). That being said, with my love of redundancy, the atmosphere, the story, the whole thing was really extremely well crafted. Bravo les gars, chouette jeu!
Loved the story A brilliant game with a lot of thought put into it. Loved both the episodes and the ending was amazing. It felt like being inside a sci-fi movie as the protagonist. Lovely visuals and great story. 100% recommended. Ps : desperately waiting for sequel/episode 3.
Unimpressed Pretty unimpressed with this gameplay. Really unimpressed that this game includes the word "retarded" on top of already lame dialogue.
Damn buggy. The game has a lot of Bugs and problems while running , it does not show graphics properly hence it consists of graphic error as door and other stuff get disappeared quickly and most of the things are invisible .
I only played episode one... Episode two is five dollars. Episode one only took maybe, if even, two hours to complete. Although I thoroughly enjoyed it, I wouldn't pay five dollars for a game that had the chance of being just as short. Reading others reviews that have purchased episode two, it seems as though this would be the case. I'd be willing to pay two dollars, but not five! That's just me though.
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