Summary: A sequel to Drawn to Life has to be good. I played this when I was 8 or 9, and just like Drawn to Life, I played this in the car on my DS Lite whenever I had the chance. Get this and drawn to life while you can, I promise you will enjoy it whatever age you are.
Summary: Once you get past the novelty of being able to create items for the game, it has very little going for it. It's, by all accounts, a very by-the-numbers platformer. Even with the item creation, the items you make will never mesh with the in-game graphics, and they look garish taped in with the rest. The story is nothing engaging and seems to barely reference the player character at all.
Summary: fun game, but you make me defeat the same bosses more than once! this is not what people want DO NOT BUY THIS GAME IF YOUR NOT A FAN OF MONOTONY!!! you know what happens when you make people fight the same boss Twice? YOU RUIN GOOD GAMES! I wish I never bought it!!!
My child was not expecting the ending!Not for kids! 13+up ONLY!
The A Family "KittyTwoPeace", Amazon
25 August 2013
Summary: When my child was 9 he got this game for Christmas and it was lots of fun,but my child did not expected the ending.The unexpected ending was that two characters from the first game Heather and Mike,were siblings and they got into an car crash and it killed their parents,and Heather left with a pitch black mark on her face,and Mike in a coma.My child was in disbelief at the game that it had such a graphic ending.The first game was amazing nothing to worry about!