Summary: You walk to a bench, sit down, listen to a song and die. Then the song ends and you find out you have to walk away to end the game. Too bad you died on the bench so... you can't walk away. Therefore you have to Alt+F4 or Ctrl+Alt-Del the application. So artsy.
Summary: I think The Graveyard is a game that made me change my mind and shift my point of view about life. The game is a big experience of art and philosophy. I can't do any other score if it's not 10. People need to play this, cuz everyone needs to know how the life goes and how its significative to give a value to your life. I dont really get how people can say its a waste of time or money, cuz it was the best buy i've ever did. Thanks producers.
Summary: This experience deserves some loving. "Game" is not accurate, and if you rate it as such you are a moron. It is supposed to give you a philosophical view on life. If you find it boring move on and find something more suited to your taste.
Summary: Utter piece of junk, shameful and useless. Not even a game. A total ripoff from so called developers who did a trial with the UDK and decided to sell their laziness under the cover of using an elderly woman in a clumsy attempt to "touching" people and claiming it's art. SHAME ON YOU! Don't consider even if free.
Summary: What can I say about the graveyard? You play as an elderly woman visiting a graveyard, from the off that's pretty dull. Gameplay includes walking to a bench, sitting on bench, listening to terrible German pop music (about people dying no less) and if you're lucky standing up and walking out of the graveyard again. When I first time I tried I died as soon as I sat on the bench, couldn't even exit the game either. I was just sat their watching some dead **** on a bench.
Summary: This is a ridiculous rip-off and not a game at all. You "play" for 3 minutes (you follow a person) and then watch a cut-scene of 5 minutes and that seems to be exactly the amount of time it has taken to program the game. The most linear "game" possible, as you cannot explore or interact with anything or change what happens. This is like buying a home-made video. How this could even manage to be SOLD is a mystery to me.
Summary: I wouldn't call it a computer game, it's interactive-computer-art (Esther, Fatale, The Path etc.). Looks very nice, and nice song, but way too short. You've basically bought a postcard that has some movement and sound, but not much more. If I paid $1 for it, I'd be quite happy to have this in my collection and give it a higher rating of 6 or so. But for $5 on steam, that's an expensive postcard that was only bought as part of a bundle.