The game's manual was 6 blank pages for self notes but you wont have anything to note, but that the game suuuuuucccckkkkkkkkkksss.This is Capcom at its finest (Resident Evil ?) The controls suck combined with the camera and no true idea of where the next point is. When you get a new thingy it forces you to use it with one of the worst tutorials I've ever seen. The controls are classic resident evil where it keeps moving when you release the direction button ( i had to take a two hour+ break cause it kept causing me to die.) Enemies come surround you in groups and you cant attack with combo cause the cam is never any help. And the buttons you mash are the exact same ( the_____ to slow for real fighting) over & over, but you can change their ability which doesnt help cause you cant push it's sequence at a speed that doesn't get you kilt or the game registers.
Over all the game might be fun if maneuverability didn't cause so much death.
graphics C+, controls D-,
(+ arent for good)
I thought it would be at least fun til I got to the level with "Bad Ideas". I regret getting as my last gamefly rental of the summer. At least Resident Evil has a legend to fall back on with its past games (before the 2nd movie)
Nothing much happens except Batman-like button pushing. Very boring. Very linear. I viewed a video of some of the game "action" in which you can change memories and it wasn't even much of a gimmick -- just a lot of pushing right buttons at right times to get the preset result. Yawner.
I think the only reason not to like this game is if you're an uneducated 12-year old. I loved it. Solid and compelling story, interesting and unorthodox game mechanics, and quite a fun gimmick (remixing people's memories to alter their reality). I hope this company keeps making games, because this was a refreshingly new IP that I want to see more of. As long as they tweak the camera and controls a little, this would be a fantastic series.