A worthy sequel...
I stumbled upon this game one day, not even knowing there was a first part of this game. When I figured it out, I decided to play that one first before attempting to tackle this one.
I would probably say the same things I did in my first K.O.L.M. review; atmospheric yet charming but somewhat sad in a way. I'm guessing it's because of the music and the sheer loneliness this game conveys to me.
I'm glad you decided to continue the story. The inclusion of Father seemed like it would complicate things, especially after revisiting Mother's facility and reading her opinion about it.
I was strangely intrigued by it, but I just knew something bad would happen at the end. And I was right. There are still things I don't really understand about the family, but I hope there's a better, happier ending to this series. I just feel like I should do something for the kids and I hope I get to do that.
I like the gameplay was expanded, even if only a little, particularly in the team tag area. It was also a relief to find out that the robot has every upgrade from the first game and not mysteriously lose them like so many other games do.
Did I say robot? I might as well call him by his real name from now on. Robby has probably the sweetest voice a robot can have. His 'Hello!' is just adorable to listen to and his sister Abigail is just as sweet. Oh wow, I think I just got teary eyed.
Still a pain to play on a QWERTZ but I can live with it.
I hope K.O.L.M. 3 will be just as awesome as the previous two entries. I really want to see Robby and Abigail back together.
P.S. To all those reviewers who mentioned seeing a face on a black screen when you're changing the screens... thank you very much! Now I can't sleep anymore.