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The good differs, and bad differs

posted by Sephoud (NEW PARIS, PA) Feb 10, 2010

Member since Feb 2010

6 out of 6 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

This was a all around pretty great game, but I did notice a few things that made it lose points compared to the first game.The first game had a great ending, and it even managed to make me more emotionally attached to the story, where as this game didn't, but I did find it somewhat great that this game was able to end on a strong point too.I found it interesting how the enemy was actually involved with Wilfre, and how She was trying to bring him back to life, but what peeved me off is that I am not the best video gamer of all time, yet I was able to just take some patience, and WALA the puppet was dead.The first game had such a difference in difficulty for the final boss, except this one had a harder time going through it (Especially the Shadow Gate >.<), so I found the difficulty about the same, where as the first one was ALSO longer.All in all I found this game more customizable shorter, and worth it. 7 out of 10. Thanks for having this great game in stock GameFly!

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Very Good

Drawn To Life

posted by crissy112 (WARREN, MI) Jan 1, 2010

Member since Jan 2010

4 out of 4 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

We rented this and I love it. It is creative and it makes you think before you do things. You have to basically solve a little puzzle at times to get past a level. I recommend it for kids with ADHD and ADD, as it does put to use the ability to think before acting!

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Creative and fun

posted by jjohn2478 (CARLSBAD, CA) Jun 28, 2010

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Member since Feb 2008

2 out of 2 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

While this game may be pointed more towards younger kids, I as an adult found it very creative and in a world full of all the cookie-cutter games out there now, that is what made me give it a high score.

You get to create your own guy to run around with early on in the game. You do have to stay "within the lines" but colors, shapes, and textures are wide open and easy to use.

Then each level has pieces and decorations that you get to create however you want as well (bridges, platforms, animals, etc.) which makes every level very different looking and feeling. You can also go back and change your pieces to make it look and feel different the next time around.

No matter what your age, (I'm 32) I would at least rent this and give it a shot. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised!

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