2074 May 24 @ 2:40pm
Can you actually complete this game?
is there even an ending?
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FriendFive Jul 14 @ 11:17am 
Originally posted by 2074:
is there even an ending?

I, too, am interested in the answer to this question, since the game is on sale this week and I am contemplating buying it.
-||cherohala||- Jul 17 @ 8:15am 
Finding the anomaly planet is somewhat like "beating the game". But the game can be neverending if you want it to be, via the seasons system and the many planets to visit in each season. Depends on what you expect from it
FriendFive Jul 17 @ 12:39pm 
Originally posted by -||cherohala in Europe||-:
Finding the anomaly planet is somewhat like "beating the game". But the game can be neverending if you want it to be, via the seasons system and the many planets to visit in each season. Depends on what you expect from it :mirrorsmile:

Thanks for the reply. You alluded to "the seasons system" which reminds me of Proteus and I didn't like that game. From what I am seeing and reading, it seems to me like this game is basically Proteus but you are flying around in space and visiting planets instead of an island. I'm probably going to pass on this one.
-||cherohala||- Jul 17 @ 12:44pm 
Originally posted by FriendFive:
Originally posted by -||cherohala in Europe||-:
Finding the anomaly planet is somewhat like "beating the game". But the game can be neverending if you want it to be, via the seasons system and the many planets to visit in each season. Depends on what you expect from it

Thanks for the reply. You alluded to "the seasons system" which reminds me of Proteus and I didn't like that game. From what I am seeing and reading, it seems to me like this game is basically Proteus but you are flying around in space and visiting planets instead of an island. I'm probably going to pass on this one.

To clarify, seasons in Mirrormoon are each like their own universe. The "main objective" of finding the anomaly is the same in each, but each season will have some of its own sights and secrets. A new season opens up when the previous season has enough planets claimed by players or when the anomaly is found (as far as I understand at least). I've never played Proteus and am not sure what kind of system it has, but just thought I would throw a clarification out just in case.
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FriendFive Jul 17 @ 12:49pm 
Originally posted by -||cherohala in Europe||-:
Originally posted by FriendFive:

Thanks for the reply. You alluded to "the seasons system" which reminds me of Proteus and I didn't like that game. From what I am seeing and reading, it seems to me like this game is basically Proteus but you are flying around in space and visiting planets instead of an island. I'm probably going to pass on this one.

To clarify, seasons in Mirrormoon are each like their own universe. The "main objective" of finding the anomaly is the same in each, but each season will have some of its own sights and secrets. A new season opens up when the previous season has enough planets claimed by players or when the anomaly is found (as far as I understand at least). I've never played Proteus and am not sure what kind of system it has, but just thought I would throw a clarification out just in case.

Thanks again, for your response and the info. This game looks interesting to me, but I am leery of it due to my experience with these "non-traditional/abstract/exploration/walking simulator" type of games...specifically, with Proteus. The game I really loved was Kairo. So I guess it's been 50/50 for me so far.
wriggleminecraft Jul 18 @ 2:51am 
@FriendFive, I really loved Kairo as well and it was a big part of the reason I picked this one up. I'll tell you, MirrorMoon is nothing like Kairo at all. Kairo is a nice little puzzle game with an incredible atmosphere... MirrorMoon, sadly, is not.
FriendFive Jul 18 @ 5:35am 
Originally posted by wriggleminecraft:
@FriendFive, I really loved Kairo as well and it was a big part of the reason I picked this one up. I'll tell you, MirrorMoon is nothing like Kairo at all. Kairo is a nice little puzzle game with an incredible atmosphere... MirrorMoon, sadly, is not.

Thanks for sharing your perspective. I am pretty much going to pass on this game.
2074 Jul 22 @ 1:20am 
Yes, i recommend you should save your money, while this game is beautiful and the soundtrack is good. it comes off as pointless and pretentious in the end. it was a real disappointment, i wrote a lenghty review on it if you are intrested.
-||cherohala||- Jul 22 @ 3:08am 
Originally posted by 2074:
Yes, i recommend you should save your money, while this game is beautiful and the soundtrack is good. it comes off as pointless and pretentious in the end. it was a real disappointment, i wrote a lenghty review on it if you are intrested.

For a fair say, there are also plenty of people who feel the opposite about this game. It's what you make of it, and perhaps it just doesn't work for you in the way that it works for others. Which I mean no offense by that (everyone deserves their own opinion on something), I just like to throw both sides out there when people are discussing MMEP. I wasn't sure I'd like the game before buying it, I initially was only attracted by the graphic style. But I ended up really liking the game a ton, so it just depends on what you expect and how much you're willing to stretch that in different directions. I would always recommend trying it out on sale for those who have their question marks about it.
2074 Jul 23 @ 2:25am 
Originally posted by -||cherohala in Europe||-:
Originally posted by 2074:
Yes, i recommend you should save your money, while this game is beautiful and the soundtrack is good. it comes off as pointless and pretentious in the end. it was a real disappointment, i wrote a lenghty review on it if you are intrested.

For a fair say, there are also plenty of people who feel the opposite about this game. It's what you make of it, and perhaps it just doesn't work for you in the way that it works for others. Which I mean no offense by that (everyone deserves their own opinion on something), I just like to throw both sides out there when people are discussing MMEP. I wasn't sure I'd like the game before buying it, I initially was only attracted by the graphic style. But I ended up really liking the game a ton, so it just depends on what you expect and how much you're willing to stretch that in different directions. I would always recommend trying it out on sale for those who have their question marks about it.

Very true, there is seldom such a thing as an objective right or wrong, good and bad etc.
it is all subjective, but if somebody with a similar mindset to me considers buying this game i can't recommend it for them. just like how a certain game won't be for everybody, reviews won't apply everywhere either. but reviews and opinions are useful as a bias so that people who can identify with the reviewer can get some input before making a decision
FriendFive Jul 23 @ 5:52am 
Originally posted by 2074:
Yes, i recommend you should save your money, while this game is beautiful and the soundtrack is good. it comes off as pointless and pretentious in the end. it was a real disappointment, i wrote a lenghty review on it if you are intrested.

Thanks again. I read your review and gave it a thumbs up. I'm glad I passed on this game.
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