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Oct 5, 2011 | 1:51 PM EDT
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Follow the story of aurora and misery she creates all around. Find yourself walking in her footsteps. Or meybe it's her following you?

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GetTheeHenceGetTheeHence

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

haha to hard for meh

its a bit TO hard for me :P



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Rated 4 / 5 stars

"Let's leave it to the sheriff!"

Awesome sequel, really amazing, I'am really starting to feel the plot thickening and making sense!

As much as I like to keep my reviews professional and neutral! I have to Say:

I'm looking forward to the next game whether it is the final chapter or not, I think we're getting somewhere with this!

Since the first game, this creeps the hell out of me without the need of loud surprise noises and things jumping onto the screen (childish and bothering by the way), which instead of making you want to stop playing, encourage you to know what the hell happened, the characters that appear out of nowhere, the weird dialog's, the music and art really makes you get into the game... Great

Also, you are a master of suspense, you really make me shake a bit after a while, and as a "point-n-click game fan" the game-play its pretty neet sticking to the simple's. Even thou the difficulty isn't that hard and one can even say that (probably because of the difficulty) this game is considerably shorter than the first one, it really gets the attention of the player and keeps me exited enough to wish for the next one just now!

I waited for it since I finished the first one (since it was released) and I see my waiting paid good as it was worth it!!

Can't wait for the next one, hope its longer and (if it's the last one) hope it really explains whats up with Aurora and Red Hill Town! Keep it up!!!


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Daniel-MDaniel-M

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Loved it

The artwork was amazing, combined with the soundtrack it really set a dark mood AND I LOVE DARK MOODS YES.

I found it a lot easier than the first one, but i really can't wait for the third.


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DemetriosDemetrios

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Unlike the First Aurora.

I zoomed through this one easily. The simplicity isn't so thrilling, but the story and twists help by grabbing my attention. I'd personally like to feel more of a challenge, and I am looking forward to the sequel.

I am sure going to miss this game when its over..



JmaoJmao

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Slightly less than the sum of its parts...

Having enjoyed nearly every game that Pastel Games has put out in recent years, I can say that they know what they're doing. The people there have a unique knack for combining mesmerizing artwork with engaging gameplay, and the Aurora series is no exception.

The "sequel," which is obviously going to be serialized (in how many parts, I'm not sure) is both a step forward and a step back. The artwork in Aurora 2 is gorgeous and expands the palette beyond the muted earth tones of the first. It's not often that I get to stare at a game without fear of my character dying. The plot continues to interest without giving much away, so here's hoping that the subsequent parts don't disappoint.

The only problems with this game are the utter simplicity of the puzzles. In the first game, the player's success depended on which items to buy or ignore, or how much attention you paid to the details. There is none of that in Aurora 2, where every puzzle is really just a speed bump. Add to this the diminutive length of the game and one really starts to wonder if Pastel Games was in a hurry to put this out.

As I said earlier, I realize that the sequel is going to be serialized, so I can't harsh on it too much. If nothing else, it was a beautiful 15 minutes of computer time (staring included).