Summary: Ok the shipping was good so its nothing against the seller but the game itself has to be the worst one i own!! I had to look up on the internet how to even play the game as it has NO tutorial starting out you have to find it and it is not an easy door to find.
Summary: I was entirely disappointed when I played this game. I got it thinking it would be somewhat like a level-up RPG with nice dungeons. The box did a good job of convincing me in the store. When I died or finished an ending the first time I was like, huh? What the heck? Maybe it was a fluke?
Summary: If you enjoy doing random dungeon crawling, in the same looking dungeons over and over and over. Then go nuts. They had a good idea with this game but I the constant doing the same thing finally made me put it down before finishing, just didnt feel like wasting more time with it.
Summary: Game is fun, not that hard but hard enough. The only problem is there is not enough levels. When you are done with the game the game tells you that you have unlocked more levels but there is not more levels to play.
Summary: This game is virtually impossible without extensive "cheat" help. Several puzzles require over 100 moves to solve, so you could be trying for a very long time, and would need to keep meticulous records of every move to root out the wrong ones. A better on-disk hint section is needed.
Excerpt: I'm going to be honest and say I bought Baroque originally simply because of its price; I snagged my copy at just £5 when it was still relatively new. Plot You are The Protagonist. You wake up in a strange world knowing nothing except how to walk and wield a weapon.
Pros: Long gameplay, fascinating/dark plotline, accompanying manga .
Cons: No variety in attacks, poor graphics, can be boring/confusing .