Reviews and Problems with Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon
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Birds are deadly nightmare creatures apparently.
20 February 2015
Summary: A fine game with a control scheme I'm not a fan of. I've never been a fan of the camera control style of move pointer to edge of screen too move camera but it works well. Combat is not very deep, you wont be doing Dante combos but it works. There's no waggle, attacks are done with the A button.
I enjoyed the snippets of memory portrayed as you pick up ...
Paul K Sears, Amazon
13 February 2015
Summary: This game takes you through a crazy, weird story along with some psychologically freaky monsters. The flashlight mechanic via Wii remote was very well done. There was some initial frustration with button timing during battle confrontations, but I was able to adapt as time went on.
Summary: At the beginning I was having a difficult time with the controls for walking, but after 30 minutes, it became natural for me. I've been wanting to play this ever since I watched a YouTuber's let's play.
Fragile Dreams is a great game if you love to get your heart torn ...
18 November 2014
Summary: Fragile Dreams is a great game if you love to get your heart torn out repeatedly. This game left me in tears many times. The plot is pretty nice, although I felt that the end was not the greatest.
Stalking a random girl has never been so touching.
Jesse Osorio, Amazon
9 May 2014
Summary: I believe there's no need to explain anything related to to the product itself. There's plenty of reviews and descriptions out there, so i'll just give my opinion of this game. I was interested in it for a while, but never quite decided to get it, until one day I heard the track "A Dedication To...
Summary: Sure, it's a Wii game, and it's a little repetitive in the actual game play. The game is more of a "visual novel" than a game, of course, like a lot of JRPGs are. But it's awesome, the main character is adorable, as are some of the side characters.