This is a really beautiful game. Not just the art, but the message it came with.
It's been a while since I've really enjoyed games
Then I saw yours and they are truly a joy to play. Take this one (it is a review of the game I guess!). It was a truly shocking ending and I actually didn't see it until some time after I put the hospital ending with the independence ending. It really is an accurate depiction of how drugs can make you feel and how you don't realise how big the problem is, or even that it is a problem until its too late and it can be so hard to break free. I think that this game is actually a better idea to keep kids off drugs than most school aids, I'd suggest it to my P.S.H.E teacher over those DVD's any-day! An excellent, immersing, fun game with an actual moral. Not something that you can often come across today. Thank you for the experience.
this is pretty awesome i mean at first i didn't get it i got both the emotional endings but it wasn't until i finished the game for the fourth time and got the third ending that i got the drug reference that it isn't a girl its a drug the guy is hooked on and that he depends on it greatly..... i simply loved the way it is so subtle until you see her flick like some kind of hologram or something then i knew something was up..... simply great try to get all the endings so you can understand it right.
its good and tragic
you can give the story different meanings but i think the drug addiction is most likely to be the story here...
The girl is really the personification of a drug.."ehem" heroine "ehem" it shows his dependency towards her and the feeling of being unhappy yet not sad,cauesd by the drug over the years..plus the 'latch on to his arm' and the getting the 'hospital ending when trying to get closer to her was a dead givaway
there are 2 reasons i have to give this a ten.
the first reason is making such a good RPG and the second is for leaving the hot blonde chick without any pants, or anything under there. i mean, the shirt barely covers it up. i dislike the fact that he was sick though.