Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon
The best game ive ever played.Amazing!<3
Honestly loved this game i cant get enough of it. The graphics are just amazing all the colors make it feel life like. When you play as Seto you sort of get the loneliness he talks about all the time.. It is a very sad game to play. It starts off very slow in the begining with alot of talking especially from PF. When i first played the game and beat it i didnt understand some of the things said to me from the characters. I would advise anyone to play it more than one time to understand hidden messages in the game. Honestly even though the game is beautifully set up it is a very demonic and creepy game. Especially when you get that green flashlight and you start seeing messages on the walls. Towards the middle of the game you start to see some extremely weird foes like those robots they scared me. The game is so long and i honestly didnt think the game was going to end, i never got tired of playing it though. I advise anyone who loves real Japanese games to not rent it. Go and buy this game and play it over and over again.
First of all I loved the story it was great, the challenge of the game is so so. It takes a bit longer if you want to get all the memories. Battle wise it vary easy. After you beat the game there’s still a lot of stuff you can do. The story is vary sad so if you’re a very emotional person you might not want to play it. It’s not too challenging, but if you are not familiar with left and right you may not wan to play especially if you are around friends that make fun of you for stuff like that. Some of the memories are hard to get because there is like a thousand of millions of them. The battle mode is simple. Attack is A and basic stuff like that. The enemies are easy too run from, but if you do that to much you will probably die at the first boss. The ghost and enemies are vary odd and creepy - some of the time you will run into unconnected legs and arms.
The Japanese "Fallout 3"!
To start off, this game has a great story. Very emotional and deep with the additon of suspence and mystery. You can easily have a favorite character and get into the story very quickly. The battle and leveling system is pretty much basic but with a twist that you have to use your flashlight in order to weaken the enemys and be able to hit them. The graphics are good for a Wii game, kinda on par with No More Heros but not so messy. The music and sounds are great. Finally the length is great, you will be playing this game alot not just because of the gripping story but you will also be during side-quests and leveling in order to get into new areas with stronger enemys and explore. I recommend this game for RPG fans and anyone who just wants to pick-up and play.
So a year back when Fragile Dreams game was release, i had seen it advertised on the website but did not own a Wii to play it. With skyward sword coming out i bought a Wii and remembered this game. There was currently one copy in Albuquerque 10 miles away from my house so i rushed down there ASAP and found it. Watching the trailer and hearing the music was a true "Blessing" to me because i could finally relate to a game.
Jam packed with Emotion and Feeling of the character's and story, This game is perfect for RPG loves and anyone who wants a story that can deliver the sense of heart you really want to see and feel from a video game. Stunning graphics and a breath taking sound track, Fragile Dreams is a scene of pure beauty. A cheap price but a hard one to find, its worth the money and its worth your time.
This is a great game
ok now when i started playing the game i was just a bit sad that there was no music, only when fighting a monster does music play, one thing about the game is that it is sad it will make you cry and there is a lot of great things about the story line. now ah just so you know there is a Yaoi part in the game, its nothing big just a kiss (my fav part of the game BTW) any ways i just have to say get his game its just so great the art is good the songs played now and then are good and its a fun game Oh and before i forget its easy to get lost so do look at the map and when you are at the park looking for the moon for the ghost girl look with the green light there is something about crow that will make you go OoO OMG did not see that coming. and that light will help you to see alot of writing on the walls so keep it with you always
Very sad, yet good game
The story of this game is very sad and the monsters you fight during the game happen to creep me out O_O I especially like the music in the game (not the music when a monster appears) The only thing I didn't like was how Seto runs. My goodness, he doesn't run really fast... -_- Overall, I love the story, characters, and music
Don't Let This One Fly Under Your Radar
This is reputed to be a beautiful experience. Not so much a challenging game, but rather an experience that will affect you in ways not common to the realm of video games. Do yourself a favor and give it a try. Pre-order this and cast a vote for more games like this to grace our shores.
A moving, emotionally and visually, work-of-Art.
To begin with, this is not a hard-core, fighting/battle game. If I had a quarter for every complaint I've heard about the combat mechanics, I would be rolling in money. Why? Because, this is a visually stunning (for the Wii) game built upon story, ambiance, solemnity and audio. It's meant to touch a person, not... excite them, I suppose? The story is fascinating, engaging, and heart breaking when put into perspective. You meet the main character at his home after the only other living human, his 'grandfather' who isn't actually related to him, dies. As a result, he sets off on a journey to discover others, meeting perhaps one human and a multitude of not so human entities, good and bad. With a moving story-line guiding you to the end and story items leaving an ever-lasting impression, this game will leave you hooked. A defining aspect of this game is a smaller cast of more "tangible" or interactive NPCs. (Non-playable character) Due to the size, one becomes more attached. *SPOILER ALERT* If you are in anyway a semi-empathetic human, this will bite you in the butt later. *END SPOILER* Overall the game can be summed up in one word: stunning. It is simply stunning and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a pleasant game of heart-aching sadness. #BONUS#- the Soundtrack for Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon is available for purchase on [ iTunes ].
First off this game is amazing, the story and music alone are worth the buy. Graphics are fantastic for the Wii and the battle mechanics are simple, anyone could pick this up and play. However the game is quite short, roughly 10 or 11 hours. Only thing that annoyed me was the small inventory space and random breaking of weapons, but this can be pushed aside considering everything else. The game can be quite sad at times so be sure to have a tissue box with you and that no one is in the room when you play. Good tip is during the first half of the game try to keep 2 close combat weapons on you at all times, later in the game keep a range on you all the way up to the finale even if you have to sacrifice some space. Overall a great game and would definitely recommend to others.
Okay I heard of this game for about a year and a halve by now so I pre ordered it try it out and its so amazing. Controls are pretty simple, graphics is really good for a Wii game and the story is so amazing. But at the same time its sad and depressing. I'm only giving you guys the story from the bigging. So when you begin you play as a boy named Seto whos the only one left on the world. So he went out to look for other people and he found a silver hair girl so thats when hes thinking theres properly other people too. Its a excellent game once you play it and reach it at least a quarter of the story you will love this game for shore. Oh and heres a heads up tip, some parts of the story will be really sad so there are chances you might cry a bit of whats going on.