It is a little too pricey for what you get. If you think it's too much for the 90-120 mins it takes to play, then wait for a deal.|
It is however, an excellent example of storytelling in an interactive environment. You arrive at the family home, expecting everyone to be there, but find it not just empty but seemingly abandoned. The premise alone gives you both the goal, find out what has happened to them, and the perfect excuse to employ the adventure gamer's strongest tactic, search the fuck out of everything.
Then, long before that can get old you start picking up the story threads, and your imagination begins racing to fill the blanks. Where do these threads lead? You see them branching off and you envisage the best and the worst of them.
The hooks are in, you have to see this through.
Edited by Tiger_Walts at 23:10:41 15-08-2013