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Fragile Dreams Farewell Ruins of the Moon
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: The best way I can describe Fragile Dreams Farewell Ruins of the Moon is as a horror role playing game. Players start this Wii game as Seto. He has just buried the old man he has been living with. The old man left him a note about where he might find other humans. Are you the last person on earth? Or are there others out there? Fragile Dreams Farewell Ruins of the Moon is the first game I have played that deeply explores loneliness, and despair.
Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon – Staff Review
24 October 2010
Excerpt: In the world of gaming, it’s fairly common for titles to focus far too much on abstract gameplay concepts and not enough on setting the stage. So often, fighting legendary monsters feels absolutely nothing like being in a fantasy world, as players are simply too aware of the multitude of systems that surround the experience. Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon is an odd reversal of this issue.
Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon Wii Review
13 July 2010
Excerpt: Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon is the anti Fallout 3. They both take place in post apocalyptic worlds, where mankind has become near extinction, but whereas Fallout 3 has a focus on loud guns and hilarious gore, Fragile Dreams is more akin to Cormac Mccarthy’s The Road, covering more of the quieter and emotional side of being one of the last people left in the world. After his grandfather dies, Seto fears he is the last person in the world.
Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins Of The Moon (Wii) - Review
30 April 2010
Excerpt: The following review deals with a game set in a post-apocalyptic world where the hero searches for traces of humanity and answers as to what happened, all the while traversing a lush world turned wasteland where terrifying monsters and ghouls will waste no opportunity to send you to the same fate that met mankind. All of this set in a framework of action/RPG gameplay that seamlessly blends both play styles.
Conclusion: Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon is a title I wholeheartedly recommend to every Wii owner. It's also a game that is, unfortunately, held back from true greatness by its own gameplay. The combat is sure to frustrate even the most forgiving of gamers, as you'll be doing more fighting with the controls than the actual enemies in the game. That being said, Fragile Dreams is worth fighting for.