Summary: i never played a game like this before, im the type of gamer that likes running and killing thing. but this was a frist for me. talking to people to get info about the case, hacking peoples mind to get clues and hints (and hitting on cute high school girls)
Summary: This game is perfect for Anime lovers, and even mystery solvers! I loved this game from the get go. The controls are REALLY EASY; heck, even a baby could play this game! You have to scratch at the screen at times in order to progress in some scenes (which is kinda bad in a way, but not too horrible). I love the interactions with all the characters, and the fact that it had multiple endings (bad, normal, good, etc.).
Summary: What can i say? it was somewhat tedious and i cant figure out why. it just was and because im one of those people who "has" to finish something once started. I hated the scribbling. it just was a painful game for me to play.
Summary: Just so you know what you are getting into, Lux Pain is an RPG, but not in the way that we are usually used to it. When it comes to RPG's, we usually think Zelda or Final Fantasy just to name a few. Lux Pain is not that, though. It is an interactive graphic novel. Think along the lines of Phoenix Wright and Trauma Center (two of the more universally well known games of this genre).
Summary: Lux Pain is a unique game that caught my eye when reading Nintendo Power. The claims that the game would be a visual novel series that you wouldn't forget. The game got me so interested in the summary and the coverage that I thought that I would pre-order the game and get it as soon as it came out. When it was released I was not disappointed, but I can't say for the majority of people.