Summary: This is a really interesting game with an intriguing story and a promising, easy going gameplay. There are some graphical hick-ups, and the background music isn't always as good as desired. This could easily have been enough for an 7/10. Sadly, this game is just plain broken.
Summary: Overpriced, way too short, and not much of a game. It is being pushed on the merits of it's story, which isn't all that great. This game has a bunch of positive reviews from people trying to push the politically correct agenda and rate it highly because it features social issues they support, but...
Summary: $20 for a virtual, empty mansion. Know what you're getting into before buying this is NOT a horror game. Arguably not even a game at all. All you do is walk around while listening to your lesbian sister whine about her first-world problems.
Summary: Gone home is a game that has become famous for being finishable in 47 seconds, or played through for TWO HOURS and charge you 20 bucks. It's at this point that I mention how most indie games last more than that time and often sell for less.
Summary: Riddled with typos and bugs, this demonstrates very well what an indie game should NOT be. At least it was like that upon release. Since the developer, who I bothered to purchase the Collector's Edition from, did not even bother to acknowledge my report about those things (one of the bugs being that...
Faulty Program, outdated and not compatible with windows 7.
edison berdugo, Amazon
2 June 2013
Summary: -The program does not work after several loading and reloading the program several times, as of today I had not been able to use it., I requested a refund and instructions to return this item without any sucess.
The company should be giving YOU 50 bucks just to buy it!!!
1 May 2013
Summary: Really, Really, Really sucks. It's a joke! I bought this for my 17 year old to practice with traffic and making quick decisions, having background noise while driving, etc. It is horrible. I gave this to my 11 year old and she was totally bored with it in 10 minutes.
Summary: Home presents an errie atmosphere, some mildly tense sections to explore, but fails utterly in the delivery of its story. Home is reminiscent of 2D adventure games where the player navigates the main character through a series of pixelated homes, caves, and woods.
Summary: A plot based game with no plot. I found the graphics to be well selected for a suspense game. Monsters are always scarier when you leave much to the imagination. But this wasn't utilized at all. There are no thrills to take advantage of the atmosphere.