Summary: This game sounded exciting and different for the normal games my son enjoys. But when he got it he played for half a day then he has never picked it up again. Personally the description over hypes it to a point where you must buy to belive it. Well dont!
Summary: I got this for my birthday and have played it quite a lot. The problems I have with it is that I got stuck on quite a lot of the levels (I'm actually stuck on a level now) and you can't complete them. You can't get anywhere with the game until you complete that level so not so good. I am 12 now and still get very stuck.
Summary: I bought this game because I played the origional Drawn To Life, which I liked because it was a happy, upbeat game. IF YOU DO NOT WANT A SPOILER, STOP READING HERE. The overall concept of restoring colour I thought was an excellent idea, however, I noticed that some details in the game i.e Heather's pendant had no real bearing on the origional.
Drawn To Life: The Next Chapter (DS): Not Meant For Us
27 June 2010
Summary: We have never actually owned or played Drawn to Life the original game, but we picked up this sequel, Drawn To Life: The Next Chapter, because it was on sale on ebay at a very low price of £4 including P&P. We were just looking for a few games which would boost our collection a little and possibly interest the grandson.
Pros: Works Well, Interesting Concept
Cons: Lots of Video Footage, More Complicated Than It Looks