iemander Feb 6, 2013 @ 12:14pm
For everyone slamming this game
Tale of Tales made The Path, which got a 79% score on metacritic. Please do some research first before spouting baseless nonsense.
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Gil Core Feb 6, 2013 @ 12:24pm 
You got me, friend. An arbitrary number given to another person's opinion and then averaged with other numbers that represent the opinions of other people, who are paid to give their opinions, completely shames and defeats any argument made about this game from here on out. I applaud your tireless research in typing in a web address and telling me a number on a screen. I'll be buying 10 copies, now.
(°o°) Feb 6, 2013 @ 12:36pm 
doesnt seem like a game to me, appears to be a "dream" that has been downloaded as a software you can buy and play lol
Toad King Feb 6, 2013 @ 12:57pm 
well then i guess if you average these two games they have a track record of 40%
The Low Winter Sun Feb 6, 2013 @ 1:03pm 
Surprised it's still that high. Game journalism is really going downhill.
Gummydrop Feb 6, 2013 @ 1:29pm 
So how does one game they made (supposedly) being good affect this game? Oh right it doesn't.
Shas'la Feb 6, 2013 @ 1:45pm 
The game should stand on it's merit, not that of the developers' past outings.
The Big Dawg Feb 6, 2013 @ 1:56pm 
They also made the Graveyard, which, the paid version simply lets you die randomly and nothing else is changed from the demo. That not only cancels out The Path (which wasn't any good anyway) but leaves a negative mark on them forever.
=[RoS]=Justinpcgamer Feb 6, 2013 @ 1:59pm 
Originally posted by The Big Dawg:
They also made the Graveyard, which, the paid version simply lets you die randomly and nothing else is changed from the demo. That not only cancels out The Path (which wasn't any good anyway) but leaves a negative mark on them forever.


They arn't very good.
(°o°) Feb 6, 2013 @ 2:11pm 
eh? the path is one of my fave steam games, I love it
Hadley Feb 6, 2013 @ 2:29pm 
Apparently reading Metacritic constitutes research according to the drooling, slack-jawed horde of blankly staring faces this industry is rife with. How would these self-proclaimed geniuses ever be able to get on the internet and insult people without these little numbers first telling them what their opinion is?
Peddie Feb 6, 2013 @ 2:40pm 
Please, don't call it a game, Tale of Tales get upset when you call their "interactive art" games. They are beyond and above mere childish games, supposedly.

That said, Metacritic is an unfair system that weights certain reviews and doesn't have the guts to say which reviews are "worth" more than others. They also decide that a 3/5 rating means EXACTLY 60% regardless of what that site's scoring system means or what the text implies. It's a horribly broken system for finding out what the "average" review score of a game is.
h8tm3h4rd Feb 6, 2013 @ 2:55pm 
I'm open to all games, I still don't get what this one's about though.. Is it like Gears of War???
Ebbonified Feb 6, 2013 @ 2:57pm 
I think "game" is a misnomer when it comes from this developer. I think "unusual interactive storytelling" would be closer. When you take the second description and run it in front of critics of the first, you'll get their harsh words right away.

$10 is too much for me to be paying for this style of software. I can find examples of chain-pulp poetry for free (and probably of finer and more well-recognized sort) for free. I could see dreams like this if I were to guzzle absinthe whilst smoking wacky laced with hemmorhoid cream on a balcony on Bourbon Street.

The BEST art is free to view. The worst art is the stuff you paid too much to see.

Again: $10 is $9 too high for this.
dok Feb 6, 2013 @ 3:00pm 
$10 is $10 too high for this.
h8tm3h4rd Feb 6, 2013 @ 3:00pm 
Well, I still give them credit... I couldn't make something like this so cheers! Keep on keeping on! :D
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