Summary: I HATE THIS FRIGGIN GAME!None of it makes any sense,you can never beat it,nothing anybody says ever makes any sense.Worst of all,once you go in the tower,you can never get back to town to trade your items.You can't buy better weapons and armor,either.You have to go into the tower,fight the next freaky,damn near invincible monster and HOPE that you get a better item!THIS GAME SUCKS!
Summary: I don't know exactly what the creators of this game were trying to accomplish. The Baroque period started in Italy in the early 17th century and is known for extravagantly ornate, florid, and convoluted styles. This game is certainly convoluted. You start the game; an angel appears and you are told you have to atone for your sins. What sins, you ask? Well, I'm still asking. After that the game just becomes one big old mess. Your character doesn't speak.
Baroque Sounds An Awful Lot Like "Broke" Doesn't It?
L. J Lewis "Miss Amii", Amazon
17 April 2008
Summary: Have you ever seen that movie Groundhog Day? That's the one about the guy who gets stuck in a time loop and has to repeat the same day over and over again. Well, Baroque is the video game equivalent of Groundhog Dog. Baroque takes place in a post-apocalyptical world where the few remaining survivors have been twisted into strange forms, are haunted by guilt and madness, and remember only confusing fragments of what happened to them.