Reviews and Problems with Another Code R: A Journey into Lost Memories
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The 'R' is for READING
Michael Long, Amazon
7 November 2014
Summary: The game is a bit boring to be honest. You do four things in the game: press left or right on the d-pad to move to the next location, examine the location and pick up some items, do some motion-controlled puzzles and read A LOT of text.
Summary: There aren't enough story driven problem solving games out there in my opinion. Since the Wii and DS have been around the situation has improved slightly and there's been the odd little gem such as Broken Sword, Hotel Dusk and Professor Layton.
I enjoyed the game but wouldn't go out of my way to convince people to buy it at full price...
19 August 2009
Excerpt: I bought this game a couple of weeks ago as I had read reviews about it in the Nintendo magazine and thought it looked like an engaging game to play - the plot looked interesting and despite having not played the first game on the DS was looking forward to being immersed into the story.
Summary: I've never really played a game like this before and I am a little mixed with how I feel about it. On one hand it's really interesting and finding out new information as the story progresses is entertaining. However it's a very slow game to get through..
Summary: I'm enjoying this. It's very much like the DS game - bascially point and click to examine objects, interact with people and scroll through dialogue, plus some activities that require particular use of the Wiimote.