What adorable animation. The animated furniture and clothes looks super cute.
Very seamless transitions between cut-scenes and gameplay and exterior and interior.
Am I supposed to kill one of the train guys to get Anima? That's horrible.
Oh, you can suck just a little bit out of them as torture. What horrible things you have to do in this game.
The train sequence was cool, so interesting to meet the inhabitants of this horrible dictatorship.
Hound is my favourite character. This game is so well written, sofisticated in a style you rarely see in video games.
The little peeing guy in the apartment is humming the theme of the background music. So many nice little details.
The theatre is a very cool location. This game is getting better and better.
I got into the theatre and am now watching 'Professor Steinachs Metode', a full-length Storm P cartoon from 1921.
OK, the theatre went into another Storm P cartoon. I think that's enough for now. :)
I'm being tried at the people's court for my crimes against Forgotling-ity. All the moral choices so far are being evaluated.
Anne is a Forgotling? Does that mean that she was forgotten or that she's not human?
Bonku's dark secret was a facility where slave Forgotlings were killed and turned into energy for his Ether Bridge project. I wondering about the nature of the Ether Bridge, is it an illusion created by Bonku? Is it a link to the 'real' world, if that exists?
Ah, the Crystal Caves of Exposition explained Master Bonku's story. He was a clock maker, forgotten by modern times, creating the world of the Forgotlings somehow, and now, having forgotten why he left, tries to get home. Also, there's a bit of commentary on modern consumerism in here. :)
Oh, a reflection twin of Anne? Another Prince of Persia inspired element.
completed the game.
The giant clockwork monstrocity that the clock maker made out of Anne's old alarm clock was a cute take on the V'GER idea from Star Trek: The Movie. Very cool that it was this pessimistic-nihilistic machine that literaly held up a mirror to my actions during the game. In the end, I selected what I think was the 'good' ending and retained the realm of the Forgotlings, and crystallized with Bonku. The ending treated me to a little sequence with all the Forgotlings I *didn't* kill. Which I think was most or all of them.