Conclusion: However, unless you get it at a discount, the length and depth leave a lot to be desired. price This review was made when the game cost 800MSP, but I picked it up on sale for 400MSP. Take that into consideration. comments Leave a comment if the review disappoints - if I've forgotten to mention anything I'll be happy to add on or clarify.
Conclusion: The game feels more like a web browser game than a console feature. There is only one thing you can do in the game, and that thing quickly becomes boring. While there is a multiplayer mode, there is no real difference to the gameplay other than having someone suffer it with you. This game probably works very well on a phone, but transferring it to a console was a bad move, and implementing the Kinect is simply unfathomable.
Excerpt: Playing god comes with a certain set of expectations; limitless power, incredible freedom, and vast knowledge are but a few of the perks. Games like Sim City and Civilization earn the moniker of "god game" not just because you're an unknown force of change, but because of the power you are given. It's only assumed that a game entitled Babel Rising would provide similarly empowering abilities. If only that were the case.