Release Date: 11/16/2000
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The Good: Amazing voice acting and story, easy enough puzzles, decent graphics
The Bad: Too much talking, not enough playing, not for action fans, a few obscure puzzles
I played the sequel awhile ago but I had no idea it was a sequel. Now that I played this game I’m glad I did because it has one of the most unique and interesting stories in gaming history. There are two worlds known as Stark and Arcadia which is the world of science and magic. Stark is out world and Arcadia is stuck in the medieval times. A girl named April Ryan has been chosen to save both worlds from the Vanguard, who are people trying to convince both worlds towards their religion. A divide was created between both worlds to keep the Balance in check.
While this game is NOT for action fans it has A LOT of talking and not much playing. While there are the occasional obscure puzzles, the game is fairly easy. The only people who should play this game are people who LOVE stories. The pre-rendered graphics are decent and the price is just right ($10 on Steam!). If you want a good 15-hour story or so pick up The Longest Journey.