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Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon

From Tri-Crescendo, the team behind Eternal Sonata (AKA Trusty Bell), comes the somber but hopeful tale of Seto, a boy who appears to be the last living person on the planet.

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A Quick Tip by Zero_Destiny

  • Mar 19, 2011
Fragile Dreams is one of the few games I would ever play for atmosphere or story but in those categories it succeeds a lot. The story is woven nicely with many interesting characters and the game boast some of the best looking backgrounds and visuals on the Wii. Throw in an amazing soundtrack and you got yourself a nice game. Sadly the gameplay is repetitive and lacking. But even with somewhat worse for wears gameplay I'd still suggest the game to anyone who is interested. I don't think it'll disappoint you. :)
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review by . February 21, 2011
posted in Siliconera Bounce
Great opening and very playable game suffers from a very weak and poorly assembled final act
What happened in the three hours of the game?      A significant 'tone' is set for the game, dwelling somewhere between unsettling horror and tragedy-like drama.  While the set pieces of the game itself are nothing mind blowing, the mix of these empty and lifeless set pieces, the somewhat different gameplay and the dark tone provide a very unexplainable 'feeling' to the player that honestly has to be experienced first hand.     What was the …
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ESRB: Teen
Number of Players: 1
Publisher: Bandai Namco Games
Developer: Tri-Crescend
Console: Wii
Genre: RPG
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