Summary: I thoroughly enjoyed this game. It seemed less tedious than the prequel, and I enjoyed the story line. It was also easier to figure out the puzzles, while still being challenging. I wish they made another game in this series.
Summary: This was a delightful, involving EXPERIENCE of a game. To be honest, after finishing it, I felt utterly crushed to read that the company behind this (and its predecessor Hotel Dusk) had folded. I NEED another Kyle Hyde game! I care about this character--do you know how unique that is, for a DS game? To be fair, someone who needs nonstop action and constant stimulation from a game will find little to appreciate here.
Summary: After all is said and done, secrets revealed, mysteries uncovered and Kyle finds his resolve, you're left with a feeling of completion that is only slightly overpowering a saddened hankering for more. That's how it was for me anyway. I love these type of games because you're on an emotional journey with the main character. I was happy to find the truth and yet sad when the game ended knowing my time as Kyle Hyde was over.
Summary: This is a UK import, and I live in the US. It plays fine on my 3DS. It's from the same developers as Hotel Dusk. I'd never played a graphic novel style game before Hotel Dusk, and it was weird at first. A lot of dialogue! I was frustrated at the lack of adventure & puzzles that I'm used to, but before I knew it I was hooked. The story was so enthralling!
Summary: Hotel Dusk was a good game. As a sequel, Last Window improves on nearly everything in Hotel Dusk. Last Window is truly a great game with a very interesting plot and a lot of well-written characters. The puzzles are very creative as well. If you liked Hotel Dusk at all, Last Window is worth buying. However, it's best to play Hotel Dusk first.