Posted: January 20
Let me first start by stating, if you are hoping for this one to be a videogame full of "action" as cliché'd commonly in popular nowadays media, don't buy it.
The game advances slow, and mostly instead of calling it "videogame" I'd rather call it "interactive love story" (still better than Twilight) and yes, "love" story.
This game embodies mystery, comedy and drama in a perfect delightful mix, very closely comparable or I could even say, the interactive game version of the movie The Notebook. Yes. This is the videogame version of the movie The Notebook. Precisely. But for gamers.
So, if you are willing to patiently go through every dialogue, click your way down to the completition of the game, then prepare yourself for some major fights against your tears that they'll be coming down as Niagara Falls.
This game gave me lots of chills, with it's unxepcected turns, at first unexplainable elements, and it's whole mystery sorrounding the main story line.
Plus, it has an amazing soundtrack.
One of it's unique kind, I truly thank the genius behind Kan Reives Gao's ideas, for creating and directing such a well polished interactive story.