posted by dgolightly519 (PRESTON, ID) Mar 24, 2012
Member since Oct 2011
The gameplay itself was unique and interesting. It just isn't my style of game. I don't get all the "hating" that people are doing on it. It is a decent game. There is no call for knocking a game just because it isn't your kind of game. In fact, If people can't rate games subjectively (rather than just, "I sucked at it" or "Not my kind of game" so "I'll just trash it") then I don't see how any review on this site could be trustworthy.
I was only able to play this game for a few minutes before realizing that the developers never though about someone who isn't right handed playing this game. There was no option to change the controls, even if it meant having to use the face buttons instead of the analogue stick for movement; this means that for anyone who's left handed, you're basically out of luck if you want to try Dream Trigger out.
posted by Joshua2010 (CONGERVILLE, IL) Aug 10, 2011
Member since Jun 2010
Most people turn this game down just because you really can't figure out how to play right away. This game takes a couple of hours to figure out how to play, but experiment with different buttons and what they do, and before you know it, you will pick up the gameplay and find this game isn't so bad. I figured out for those people who think that it's hard to look at both the touch screen and the top screen at the same time, you can use the A button to cast sonar so you only have to look at the top screen.
In a nutshell, this is one of those games where you want to rent it to see what you think of it. And I want to say one word to the people who think this game is too hard: EXPERIMENT!!!!!!!