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March 13th, 2013, 05:25
Originally Posted by choovuck View Post
Not trying to disagree with the review here, but just giving my opinion for the record of the general audience I also felt that the game is mostly aimed at the childish audience (and to be fair, did a great job at that). I almost felt that not only it was made for children, but it's almost like it was made in collaboration with children lol. "Ooh, daddy, can we make our friend disappear in the past now?". "Sure, baby, WHY NOT".

IMHO - absolutely linear game, cringing dialogs, and uninspired plot. If I had a kid, I'm sure we'd have a blast with Driftmoon though. Otherwise all the time I played the game I kept feeling like I'm wasting my time.

Just my two cents. Don't hit me with sticks now.
I tend to agree with you, I would love to play this game with my nephew but the demo just didn't hold me on its own, and wasn't too fond of the overhead/slight angle view, but it seemed to be a well made game for what it is.
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