The Wake: Mourning Father, Mourning Mother

The Wake: Mourning Father, Mourning Mother

Very Emotional and enganging game. You can probably play through the whole game in one sitting. The game consists of mostly reading and one puzzle each chapter, which can be quite difficult and hard to understand at times.

Despite that, it is definately worth the money

Real player with 4.5 hrs in game

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Perhaps this game works better in another language, but it is not ideal in English.

Logic errors make the game replay incorrectly and it is often hard to return to where you were if you re-boot to fix it.

Real player with 4.4 hrs in game

The Wake: Mourning Father, Mourning Mother on Steam

Nothing To Remember

Nothing To Remember

First off, don’t look at the hours on record, I may have left the game open between streams. Overall a decent visual novelish game. The main story events were good, the relationships were mediocre and made me wish I could ban Dick’s number so I could skip that part of the story. There is a critical choice later in the game that isn’t worded correctly and should be fixed, they either meant to add “don’t” at the beginning of the sentence or were was meant to be “weren’t” which I assumed and made that my choice.

Real player with 96.8 hrs in game

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Plot is very well written and character development is exquisite. More of a visual novel with major choices. It took me about 20 hours for an ending.

Real player with 40.1 hrs in game

Nothing To Remember on Steam