just an amazing puzzle game. i love it!
an equally sublime and emotionally moving prequel to to company, well done sir
Absolutely beautiful game. I really enjoyed playing it. I highly suggest that anyone who hasn't done so yet though play through The Company of Myself. The last stage had a very deep impact on the player if they recognized it. The puzzles were really good for the most part and the story was very good and emotional as well. The music in this game was just fantastic. Regarding the gameplay though, it's really annoying when you have to time things right sometimes. It's annoying when you know what to do in a puzzle game but can't really do it. The gameplay is much more suited for a slow pace rather than having to hurry through things. Also, as I mentioned, the story is really good and I thought the addition of those cutscenes was really nice. However, I don't think the story was too well explained in some parts and could've used more interaction between Kathryn and Jack. But all in all, the game did what it set out to do. While the dialogue could be cumbersome at times, it definitely added a lot to the story. I really did experience some emotions in this game and I thank you for that. Although it has its flaws, the game is too good overall.
Thanks so much! That's a very insightful review you've got there.
I'm slowly learning just how much people can dislike timing challenges...it's tougher than I expected to avoid them completely, though.
Same thing that ppl below mentioned happens again - Rolling Cigarette
I'll say the same as before - Check it in a different browser. If that doesn't work, I have no idea what's up. Fingers crossed!
it was a little hard but awesome.you just need to think clearly.great art design,dialouge and gameplay
i was in the meadows when i got to the dark place.when i saw it clearly it was the EXACT part where that guy(cant remember) left(or killed?) kathryn.i was all like OMG this is the part.sorry for the english its not my main language.great game overall.
Thanks for the review! That scene towards the end was extremely important to me, so it's great that you enjoyed it.