Summary: I have no words to describe this masterpiece. A piece of art. I will keep this game with me forever. A trully wornderful experiece in 3d. Also the music its a piece of art that matches perfectly with the game. I hope they lauch another game for the new generation.
Looking for something with less 'realistic' violence
27 October 2013
Summary: I got Journey for my boys a couple of months before picking up child of eden. They love both games. I don't mind cartoon violence, but when my oldest son played two of the 007 games at a friend's house, then came home and asked me which weapon I preferred to use while I was in the Army, I felt that things had gotten a little too dark, realistic, and inappropriate. Obviously, I was looking for a different style of game for both boys, but I like watching them play this.
Summary: This game is a game but it's also a total mind trip. I gave away my Playstation Move quite some time ago. But due to this game I will be buying another one just so the game is a bit more "trippy". We currently play with just a controller & it works fine.
Summary: This has got to be the bomb when it comes to special light effects. Sometimes it can become a tad bit dizzying at times with the tight light sequences and sound effects. What I like most about this game is the fact that it does not put a 'virtual automatic assault weapon' in the hands of my pre-teen sons. This one is truly a family game, with quite an interesting storyline. Best Regards, Lorne Sandy.
Summary: The colors and graphics were nice. Makes for an interesting game play with all combined + the music. Not for people who have issues with flashing lights or colors. (I could see it doing some harm, if one did have these problems.) I don't but my eyes still water if I play the game for a round then look away from the screen. Final Note: Would recommend this game to a friend. Love it!
Summary: Child of Eden is a spiritual successor to Rez, which appeared on the Dreamcast, PlayStation 2, and Xbox 360. It is designed to bring a sense of synesthesia. The soundtrack builds itself around your actions, creating a unique musical experience that synchronizes itself with the game's visuals perfectly. The sound track features music by the creator's Electronic/J-Pop band, Genki Rockets, so if that type of music doesn't work for you, this game may not be your cup of tea.
Summary: i don't even... what's going on... these are my first reactions to this game. it's great, but don't get me wrong, it's HARD. there's colors flying everywhere, stuff flying at you, a loosely explained health bar, everything you shoot makes sounds that go along with some kind of acid induced j-pop in the background, and somehow, it all ties in with this really lame and shoddily thrown together plot and backstory that has something to do with saving some girl who is trapped...