Reviews and Problems with Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons
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16 March 2015
Summary: If you don't like 'Brothers', then you simply don't like video games at all. Well, okay, maybe that's not entirely true and I may be a bit melodramatic when saying that, but I really can't figure out a reason why someone would dislike this game, other than the fact that it's pretty short.
Summary: Can't say I enjoyed the game gameplay wise. Too repetitive and automated. The story is Ghibli-grade but the lack of voice acting and dull environments(great ideas, just not enough color and detail) killed it for me.
Summary: The game has a beautiful art style, some interesting side characters, decent music, inventive mechanics and some powerful emotional moments. But it feels like they missed an opportunity to make a game that could have been so much more.
Summary: I played this game without knowing much about it. I bought it on a steam sale and didn't play it until month later, convinced it probably wasn't that special. I was wrong. At first it seemed to be exactly what I expected: a simple little puzzle game with an original mechanic/gimmick (controlling two...
Summary: This 'nordic-feeling' game tell us a tale about two brothers that go on a journey to find a cure for their father's disease. In this game you have to control both guys with the ps3 controller.
Summary: Got this game for myself and my wife. My wife is not a game addict like myself, but she could not put the controller down. I didn't get a chance to play; she beat the game in one sitting. Great game for it's price. And as a plus, this is a great game for non experienced players. Instagram: Game_Row
Summary: Not difficult at all. You just roll through all the "puzzles" if you can even call them puzzles, its so linear you just keep going one direction til you reach a new point and press one button to do an action (Pull a lever, push your brother up a cliff so he can throw a rope down to the big one)...
Summary: One of the best games ever, totally worth it, astonishing art, simple but innovating game-play and a really touching story, words are not enough to describe, is kinda short but is the type of games, where quality surpass quantity, give it a try! you will don't get disappointing.