Summary: Wii hidden Gem it's a great puzzle platformer this is a game you can keep coming back to and pick up where you left off. One of Hudson last games and they did A great job. It can be challenging at times.
Summary: It is not a widely known game but when you play it you can't stop, the puzzles can take some time understanding but that is why this game is such a HIT at our house... The fact that the shadow is the main character is what makes the game completely amazing to play.
Summary: What an interesting concept: to focus the gameplay on the shadows in the background. This takes some getting-used-to. Overall, we are really enjoying the game so far, though the repetition of certain levels can sometimes become aggravating.
Summary: Basically this game is a platformer, with minor combat and puzzle-solving. As the game progresses new mechanics and enemies are introduced, but not quite often enough. The story is simple as well, but all these things add up to game that is reminiscent of a game from the NES/SNES era. The concept of being a shadow and traversing shadows is very cool.
Summary: Incredible value for the price. Although the graphics and monster fighting are simple compared to Zelda, the adventure and puzzle-solving are equally as fun. I liked being able to track how many shadow corridors and memories still to find and the percentage of game completion. I would have liked to see better navigation abilities on the map after unlocking the elevator, especially for the dark tower, sewer and garden labyrinth sections.