It's interesting. One of the few games released in the last 10+ years that has very little handholding. It's put entirely onto to the player to figure out what to do and how to unravel its mystery.
Having said that, it's literally only worth playing once.
>FMV in 2016
>An idea that was universally panned when it came out in the early 90s/late 80s
That should tell you enough about it
It tries to be completely non-linear by allowing you to search terms at your leisure and let you discover the narrative yourself, but if you start searching terms based on what you think is most interesting as opposed to most immediately obvious, you'll uncover big twists really quickly.
So, an interesting concept, but ultimately kinda flawed. Outside of the whole search engine thing, doesn't have very much going on.
Goddamn, /V's unrelentless hatred for women really does know no bounds doesn't it?
I betcha if the game was named History you fricks would be salivating all over it like it was the second coming of Sewer Shark.
This place depresses me more and more each day. I'm out.
>/v/ calls the game out on being what it is
>not even mgs4-tier but an actual movie rendered into a game with shitty FMV
>THINK TO GET THE NEXT CUTSCENE SO INOVATIVE
>anon tries to defend this by pleading muhsoggyknees
>expecting /v/ to not be mysoginist losers who spend all day fapping to drawn little girls and complaining about games instead of playing them
It's your own fault for being naive. You expect too much.
Fun for a bit. It's actually pretty amusing to find a path to the important parts of the interviews that's weird or wasn't intended. I remember somehow triggering a set of scenes where she plays the guitar and from a few lyrics found the word I needed to advance. Give it a try if you can find it on sale.
OP did this on purpose didnt he?