This is a very convoluted game with a story that makes little sense. I would recommend if you do play to do tons of saves because if you do not chose the right dialog, the characters cannot advance and you have to start over and if you do not ask the right questions, whole sections of play are not possible. This was very evident in the Stardust nightclub where if you do not ask the bartender about dancing girls, the stage curtain will never open and you cannot advance. This is the only game I have ever played that leads the player to a room for no reason other than to pick up a circuit board or something but not to advance them on a journey. It is full of irrelevant information that leads nowhere- such as Phoenix keeps thinking that someone is watching her and you never find out who. She wants to talk to her best friend which is a total waste of time. They lead you into plots that go nowhere- such as characters you have seen that you see later but you don't know who they are or what they are doing. They introduce a character Mata Hari and you never know who she is and why have her in the story. The puzzles at times are very hard and then at times very easy. You will need to look at a walkthrough and if this is your first point and click, you will have a hard time because I really had to struggle to get her around. The music is excellent but the game is very poor.
Here's a down to business list: Pro: * Deep and epic story, probably the most epic since The Longest Journey * Lots of content, you won't finish this one in a single night * Open ended, your decisions influence o... Read Full Review
I was unsure about the game but it being so cheap on STEAM i had to try it. This game was great period. It had a great pace i loved how everyday there was always something new to do. I never was stuck completely. Not a w... Read Full Review