AGON: The Lost Sword of Toledo
I didn't buy this one. I found it difficult to move around, didn't see a hint system or even a tutorial, and didn't know what to do next. I didn't play it long, just didn't like it.
July 10, 2012
Could have liked it...
Except for the fact that when you talk to someone, they talk for a LONG time and it isn't skipable at all. To add to that you HAVE to talk to the person or you cannot progress in the game. That drove me nuts. I wanted to get a good idea of what the game play was like before the trial ended, but couldn't because all I could do was sit there and wait for the lady to stop talking. Then the trial was over. So I got absolutely NOWHERE in the game during the demo. If the entire game is like that then it's not for me. They should categorize it as an Interactive Book. So whoever likes games with lots of dialog and story telling might like this game. It's one of those games that has entire worlds that you can walk around in, rather than having to load each room when you enter it. It very well could be a good game after all the mandatory dialog but I'm not patient enough for that. So I will recommend it for some people.
March 5, 2013
TOOOO MUCH CONVERSATION TO LISTEN TOO!
IT TOOK TOOO MUCH TIME TO GET THROUGH ALL THE SPEAKING PARTS--EATS UP ALOT OF TIME AS YOU CAN'T SKIP. YOU NEED TIME TO SPIN AROUND.
September 10, 2012
This game did not work for me
I could not talk to anyone, get anything. I talked to the painter one time and then nothing more. I tried the guitar player nothing! Plus the motion is a bother too.
July 10, 2012
If I wanted an education I would go to college. I play these games for relaxation. This is a boring, tedious game with unendurable dialogue that goes on forever. I'm an old guy. I like games that I can finish before I croak. Seven bucks down the drain.
October 3, 2012