Fun & Cute - Perfect Coop Game not just for Couples ;)
3 weeks ago
Summary: Incredible, fun, and cute game! We played it in coop mode, one using an xbox controller, the other using mouse and keyboard. It worked perfectly that way and we had lots of fun. + beautiful game design + lovely characters + nice story + perfect mix between fights/puzzles + lots of character development/upgrades + coop mode works well + easy to operate (even for inexperienced players) - it ended so quickly ;)
This game is beautiful. It plays like any other RPG
K L, Amazon
29 December 2014
Summary: This game is beautiful. It plays like any other RPG, but it's like playing an animated watercolor storybook. You can choose your level of difficulty if you think it's too easy. The only downside is that if you buy the PC version, you need to install UPlay and create an account through there if you don't already have one. At least it's just adding another free online account and that's it.
Summary: I am very picky about which games I would give the 'best' rating to as well as play, especially RPGs. I went to Target and saw this as a demo on a Playstation 4 and decided to try it. I was instantly hooked! The beauty of this game is just unreal. Seriously, I was enraptured. I wasn't expecting anything profound, but as soon as I started the game it was almost like watching an animated film.
Summary: This game is fantastic. I love the watercolor style environments that the heroine must fight and navigate through. The characters who join her on her adventure are quirky. Each character has 3 ability trees to spec points in as you level them up, making them customizable. Gaining the right crystals to equip you characters with takes time, but I like that they get better as you combine them. The story reads like a fairytale. This game is a great game for any age.
Nothing too deep but great quick romp through a fun experience...
26 August 2014
Summary: Fun, quirky, silly rhymes, beautiful fluid art, great soundtrack. I would have loved it if the studio was able to go deeper with the combat and crafting system. Understandably, for the price point, you have to make some tough editorial decisions.