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Accessible and enjoyable for both fans and newbies to otome games, this is one love story you won't forget about for a while.
The second half doesn't quite live up to the first, but Broken Age is still a journey worth taking.
An easy recommendation for those looking to munch on some popcorn while you get the crap scared out of you.
A warm and nostalgic reboot that isn't afraid to build its own identity.
Regardless, Episode 4 reassured me with a powerful episode that tugged at my heart. Max and Chloe truly feel like lifelong friends, and I want them to have happy closure.
Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight is how a remake is done.
Episode 5 is part conclusion, part setting up for the climax.
The graphics are stylish, the sound is gorgeous, the gameplay is fun, and the story is cinematic. Some players may find the game too short or skewed easy, but those are not problems to me.
Still two great games, but the PS3 version is $30 cheaper.
Episode 4 manages to up the ante in modest ways, and continues to indicate that Telltale knows what they're doing.