The puzzle designs, if they can be called that, are a little too shallow. Mostly it’s just a case of, “here’s a slightly different, slightly taller configuration of wooden poles to climb; let us know when you’re ready for some more.”
I’ve been writing for a long time, but today marks the one-year anniversary of when I started writing stuff for money (or, at least, the one-year anniversary of my Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright review getting published). I’m having the best time, and I can’t wait to see what Year Two has in store for me. While I’ve got you […]
Lingering shots, wordless conversations, and unsympathetic characters abound. There are only so many times the “strained home life” card can be played before you start wishing the characters would sit down and do something about it.
I’d made it past the ten-hour mark before I thought, “OK, the story’s actually getting started now.” I doubt most people will stick with it that long, unless they’re a fan of visual novels, Professor Layton, Ace Attorney, or all three.