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Fragile Dreams Review

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1 Fragile Dreams Review on August 4th 2011, 4:41 pm


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This games cover art made me interested. It was beatifully designed. I finally motivated myself to purchase this unusual game. My first impression, without reading the back, was iffy. I wasn't expecting an amazing adventure, but the game proved me wrong.

Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon is an RPG/Survival/Horror/Action/Adventure game that is only for the Wii. Rated T.

Story: 10

You are supossedly the last person on the face of the planet. You play as Seto, and the story starts when you bury the old man who you lived with for a few years. Your goal is to try and find survivors on the ruined Earth, as well as try to figure out what has caused the entire human population to go 'extinct'.

Originality: 8

The concept is quite original. Not only that, but the characters seem to be very unique as well. However, it borrows the Silent Hill flashlight concept, and the Resident Evil 4 item system.

Sound: 9.5

The music sets the mood, with a chilling yet neat score. Voices are good too, with Johnny Yong Bosch as lead role and many talented voice actors.

Graphics: 10

There is no end to how the graphics amaze me. Think of it like the Wii version of 'Bioshock'. In other words, just downright BEAUTIFUL.

Features: 5

The game is single player, and mods don't work on it. It has no multiplayer at all, but it really doesn't need it.

Support: 8

The game loads up quite fast, in my opinion. It is reserved only for the Wii.

Final: 9

For a Wii game, if you discriminate by system, this is amazing. Graphics are beautiful, sound is amazing, and the story is gripping. However, it's fatal flaw is gameplay. It is like 'Legend of Zelda' minus the lock-on system, which is a bit annoying. However, the controls are easy to use, but the camera can be frustrating at moments, same with aiming. However, once you get use to it, it can be a piece of cake.

This game is a good one. While it might annoy those who only like gameplay, those who like stories, like me, will be blown away.


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2 Re: Fragile Dreams Review on August 4th 2011, 9:13 pm

Ahhh, so this is that game you were talking about... The Wii can come out with beautiful games, nothing will ever be as beautiful on that system as the as LoZ: Twilight Princess (In my opinion), even the Gamecube version was amazing. But really, if I get AROUND to buying any of these great games, I might take a look at this one, sounds like a good change of pace. Also, can you use the Gamecube controller? Or is it Wii controller exclusive? Neutral


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3 Re: Fragile Dreams Review on August 8th 2011, 9:44 am


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The game is only playable with a Wii Remote and Nunchuck. The Wii Remote is used to aim both the camera and flashlight on the scree. Same with Projectile Weapons like Slingshots. Again, think Legend of Zelda minus the lock-on system. It can be difficult to use, but once you get used to it it can be playable.


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