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Apr 8, 2012 | 12:14 PM EDT

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This is a dialogue-heavy puzzle game about people and their habits. It might not be for everyone. Explore strange locales, meet strange people, solve strange puzzles.



Rated 2 / 5 stars

Am I missing something or does the game just not save on Firefox? I've tried to play like 9 times in the past 3 days and every time I press start, it puts me back at the first level where you're talking to the doctor. Then I press back to menu and it only pulls the first level up as unlocked. I got through almost half the game the first time I played (Its really that good) but when I came back a few hours later it started me over. Is there a hidden continue button I'm just not seeing or what? I still give it two stars because the game play and storyline are both amazing, but i can't just play the whole game in one sitting.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I haven't seen any other sequel / prequel get so much rep by itself.
You don't need to play Company Of Myself to love this game. That's whats amazing.
A totally different but all the more effective gameplay puts this game in a league of it's own.

You also expanded the story really well here. The story is deeply saddening. It breaks your heart. I honestly didn't want want to play the last level. But then again even though i have played the other one, Fixation's ending killed me once again.

So much more to say but I have already spent a lot of time addicted to this game ;) so i'll just add one more thing : The music truly rocks!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is a great game with awesome puzzles. Really, my only gripe with it is that you can't lower the quality. The swamp levels kind of lagged me a lot and I ran into a ton of lasers.

I checked back to play Company of Myself to remember what the story was for that, and then came back to play through the last levels of this again. Saddest, most depressing thing ever guys.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Whoa, that is an extremely good game. Way more mature than Company of Myself. The ending is confusing though, when you think about the ending of Company.
I guess it's subject to interpretation, but anyway, the gameplay is excellent, the story is great, the design kicks ass (I'm not too fond of the comic parts but they're ok nonetheless), the level design is really amazing and makes the difficulty perfect for a strong gamer like me.
Please, keep doing that.
And forget about love. Love is merely a dream.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great game, loved the gameplay mechanics (smoke, etc)...

I found it somewhat challenging a few times and had to check the YouTube (like the jumping one), but got through most of them, somehow even wondering HOW the heck I did it!

Only thing I was slightly disappointed with was the ending. In your first game, the turning point, the mental twist was in the death of his lover (Kathryn) as well as the meaning of the green box. That had a big impact and the idea to bring that character back and create a story around it was made perfectly, I found it very fitting and well made.
I liked how you switched to Jack's perspective at the end, but found the last two screens rather down-letting and would've loved if you played more with the "mental sting" (the part that gave you the chills).
He asking himself "did I meet anyone?" seemed rather unnatural and cheap. Also, Jack's character seems rather unsympathetic to me, like a lepricon of some sort.. but that's a personal view, can be dismissed.

Also, another point that could've played a HUGE role for us players would be the sudden appearance of the "green box" in the latter scenes of the game. It's an extremely powerful symbol that you could've used to enhance the emotional factor.

And finally a question - if Jack didn't remember who he met, how come he remembers it in Company of Myself? I'll assume these "drugs" influence short term memory ;).

Great game otherwise and hope you open a new series with similar gameplay, storytelling!
Respect to you Sirs!


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