Summary: Often used as an example of video games as art, "ICO" manages to be an emotional and gripping game despite it's use of minimal dialog, music, and other story elements. The scenery here is still beautiful despite the game's age and the puzzles have aged well. It's not a very long game, but with certain perks only being made available on a second playthrough there is enough incentive to play through the game at least twice.
Summary: While the games 'shortness' may be seen as a potential game ruiner, it really isn't. The game has some of the most....unique, puzzles you'll ever encounter, and while very frustrating, the game is brilliant. A Must Play for all gamers who love to challenge themselves,in fact, a must play for all gamers.
Summary: I first played this game in PS2. Love it so much. The game has a very breathtaking panoramic view. But the remastered is a bit of a let down imho. I don't know if it's just me, the graphic in the remastered is not as smooth as i remember it to be. And out of excitement, i totally missed the fact that the language is in Japanese, but it's totally my fault :p, because last time i think it was in english XD.