Summary: A story driven click and go puzzle game. The game play is simple enough as you work to unfold this mysterious girls story, although it is easy to miss some of the small details that help you solve the puzzles or move on to other areas. Not really a horror game, but certainly dark in nature.
Summary: It might be hard for me to describe my utter loathing of this game. I'm a big point and click adventure fan, and am a HUGE fan of the horror genre. I also love Aksys. So I thought this game seemed perfect for me, and couldn't understand why I'd never heard of it before.
Summary: strongly recommends this game! While the gameplay may not be the best, the story is well told and keeps drawing you in. There are 2 related stories and the first one must be completed to enable access to the 2nd.
Summary: I first came across this game while browsing through our local game store's DS section, not really planning on making a purchase. But, once I saw it I figured it sounded pretty interesting and I might as well give it a shot.
Summary: Theresia has alot of problems; the puzzles are kinda weird (in that the sloutions are just ridiculously skewed in terms of logic) and there are some noticeable (but infrequent) syntax/ grammar errors.
Summary: I played it for days. and i plan to play it again. It has two different stories that are connected. It is very challnging and fun. It saddens me that there isnt more games in this world. I really wish i could learn more about it.
Summary: I had recently played another Aksys game (9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors) and enjoyed it. Theresia seemed to be similar in gameplay, but in a darker gothic style with survival horror elements. Being a huge fan of the horror genre, I decided to buy it. In terms of gameplay, Theresia is tedious.