Reviews and Problems with Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams
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Don't waste your money
Stop Googling Me, Amazon
21 February 2014
Summary: UPDATE #2: HORRIBLE. I'm still trying to beat the boss... one week later (with my computer on pause). What's going through my mind is, "Why would ANY GAME DEVELOPER do this??? How is this ANY incentive to buy the follow-up?" I've beaten Kingdom Hearts. I've beaten Ninja Gaiden Sigma.
Summary: Did not like enough to finish. It got annoying when I tried to dash in one direction but ended up going in another. Also, it got annoying when a dash would either move you too far or not far enough and then end up dying. I also did not like the underwater parts.
Summary: Unfortunately, I believe that few people knows about this amazing game. Graphic, history, incredible gameplay. I think for the games of the same category, this would be in the top 10 in my opinion.
Summary: Black Forest Games here are doing what most great Indie Developers do: develop an interesting mechanic, here the dual worlds of the two sisters, and then develop the game around that mechanic. It's a formula which has been serving developers very well in the past and here it is much the same.
Summary: Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams is a very well done remake, with some modern gameplay dynamics that will appeal the player. It's frenetic, it's hard, it's indie: it's a very good platform game! VIRTUALINN.IT
Summary: It begins with an original idea, but after playing through that "original idea" which consists of changing dimensions to open up puzzle challenges, it gets replayed....and replayed, and replayed. It had some promise with the graphics, and the idea, but the buck stops there my friends.
Great game, amazing if you want a good platformer made with the PC in mind.
Amazon Customer, Amazon
25 March 2013
Summary: Giana Sisters is probably a game that you would least expect to get a new entry to. I wouldn't have even expected it to get a reboot with the same name as the first. But it happened, and it has a subtitle. The graphics are great, and the controls even moreso.