If you like Trace Memory/Hotel Dusk you will like this as well
Fred Burroughs "Ladies and gentlemen, Fred Burroughs!", Amazon
21 May 2013
Summary: Boy this game really gets dumped on, rather unfairly I think. It's not *quite* as good as Trace Memory or Hotel Dusk but it's still good. Interesting story, interesting puzzles, interesting conversations, interesting characters. I love the flashback sequences and how the story twists are revealed.
Summary: Like all the previous reviews, I agree that this does not compare to Hotel Dusk. The dialog is overly long and this really isn't that interactive. Also, some of the things you need to do are kinda tough to accomplish with the stylus. Overall ok game....but wouldn't recommend you pay full price.
Summary: The game has an intriguing plot, fun gameplay, and a nice sound track. It could become a bit frustrating at times, having to check each and every possible place after seeing new dialogue whenever you get stuck, but nothing worse than usual for the genre.
Summary: AGAIN is billed as an interactive novel rather than a game. And there is a lot of reading. But that's not the problem. The problem is how very tedious it all is. Each line of dialogue appears on the screen accompanied by an image of the speaker.
Summary: Cing has developed great titles like Trace Memory (Another Code: Two Memories) and Hotel Dusk: Room 215 but this one does not even come close to the previous two. Visually the game is interesting but the gameplay is incredibly tedious.
Summary: If you're into games like Hotel Dusk or Phoenix Wright, then you'll probably like this game. The story provides a decent mystery and keeps you off track from solving key info for most of the game, though nowhere near as well as Heavy Rain. The actual game-play itself is a little too linear and easy.
Summary: I just started this game a couple days ago. I am kind of dissapointed because after playing Hotel Dusk a few years ago, I thought this one would be even better. So far it isnt. Seems like alot of reading and nothing else. Maybe it will get better as I progress through the game.
Summary: Since this appears to be shaping up as the first review of this game on Amazon, I should state my biases up front. Let me be clear that I am coming at this game from the perspective of someone who really enjoyed "Hotel Dusk: Room 215" and was essentially hoping for more of the same from this game...