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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful:A short, dark philosophical fantasy game (updated), February 7, 2016
by MathBrushI knew what De Baron was like before I tried it, so its my own fault, but this game made me feel bad and uncomfortable. Many people equate this with greatness, which explains why books like The Kiterunner are so popular. But in both this game and the Kiterunner, I feel the author is simply going for shock value.
This game centers around a man in search of his daughter, who is held captive by an evil Baron. In travelling to the baron, you meet a linear succession of creatures and characters, with some exploration required. Everything is vastly symbolic, and includes long, philosophical conversations.
The baron has dark intentions for your daughter, and you yourself have some issues to work out.
I played this game, so I can't tell others not to; but I can say that I think that you can get your fix of philosophy and deepness in better ways.
Note that the author and others have provided an alternative viewpoint in the comments.
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