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.
Summary: I've been playing this game at very relaxed pace and generally enjoying it. The character, story( such as it is), and art work are appealing and for this "old" lady it's not overly challenging in the dexterity department. Just enough to make things interesting.
Summary: I had heard about this game in a hidden gems video on youtube. I can easily say that I got way more than I expected from this game. This game takes place in a post apocalyptic world after your master has just passed away. Reading from a journal you find instructions that set you on the adventure.
Summary: I love palying this game! It took a little getting used to at fiorst witht he WII remote, but I love it and would recomend to anyone who likes a challenge or mystery. Graphics are pretty cool as well.
Summary: Nothing short of a masterpiece. Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon is a terribly heartbreaking, bountifully beautiful experience; one that surpasses what a lot of games manage to achieve. It's funny, it's touching, and sometimes it's very sad. But never without good reason.
Summary: Fragile Dreams is a very, very unique and creative game. That is, if you look at it without paying attention to the gameplay or any of the technical stuff. It's one of those games you keep playing and playing and playing just to find out what's going to happen next.