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Fragile Dreams Ruin of the Moon
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23 / M / MA, United States
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Posted 3/16/10
I just love the art and music in this game. Got the soundtrack with the game when I bought it because I was the only one who reserved.
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Posted 3/17/10
The link on CR doesn't work for me but, I looked for it on youtube and the game looks really good. The price is a little bit high for me though.....Is the storyline or the game in general worth the money because I really want to get it!
P.S (I really don't want to wait for the price to go down, that'll take generations)
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44 / M / Chapel Hill, N.C
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Posted 3/18/10
I saw the trailer online today. This game looks interesting. Is it an RPG? I'd wait for the reviews, but this looks good.
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Posted 3/21/10 , edited 3/21/10
I have been enjoying the game a lot. I'm nearing the end of the game at the moment.

To the reply above, Fragile Dreams is an action RPG like game. Some may say the combat system in the game isn't very good, but I actually kinda like it. I wouldn't say that the combat system is mind-blowing or anything; it's average, but a little unique at the same time. I wouldn't say that the combat in this game is the primary focus anyway; it's all about exploration, atmosphere, and storytelling. Personally, I enjoy finding the personal items that have been left behind, because whenever you reach a break point, you reveal the story of the person who had owned that item in the past.

If anyone has some interest in the game, I hope that they would give it a try.
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19 / F / Pandora
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Posted 4/14/10
looks really good, hope it's not too pricy...
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24 / M / El Salvador
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Posted 4/14/10
After watching some gameplay videos and reading thoughs about it, I can say its lame, I think I'm better off watching videos of the story, than playing it
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39 / M / Billings,Montana
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Posted 4/26/10
I have been hearing good stuff about it but I am not quite sure if I will get it. It just might happen that I want to play it someday and then I will rent it at gamefly. In the meantime though I got Red Steel 2 and New super mario brothers wii to keep me busy for a little while. If I keep hearing good stuff about it I just might rent it and who knows I just might like it. The graphics do look really good for a wii game and I am a sucker for roleplaying games.
Posted 4/27/10
That game looks good. But I'll wait until the price goes down. >.>;
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Posted 5/4/10
I played it and beat it, actually.

It's definitely much less about the combat than the exploration and the character development. It has some survival horror elements, but focuses a lot on what really can't be called anything other than "human drama." I know some people thought the mechanics were terrible and that the game therefore sucked, but it has a "greater than the sum of its parts" quality to it that really can't be evaluated by gameplay mechanics factors or summaries. Personally, I find it a little difficult to put into words what exactly I liked about this game. It's beautiful and melancholy and words do it no justice; I find it remarkable that the game's developers managed to cram so much sheer atmosphere and emotion into the game. I played until the end because of the tiny bits of humanity scattered all over the game's world, even though the ghosts, the silence, and the darkness scared me. Everyone has a story--even if it's just the memories of a story left behind in a lost wedding ring, or a shoe. A pretty pebble. A paper crane. An abandoned guitar. I think that's what I really loved about it, how tangible the essence of humanity was in it.

... Oh, but a word of advice--I'm not really fond of the dubbed voices for the game. Seto isn't done too badly, but I think you're better off setting the voiceovers to Japanese. Don't worry, the subtitles will still be in English.
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20 / M / Sydney
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Posted 5/9/10
I can't wait for the price to go down so I can finally play it.
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Posted 8/4/10
This game is okay. The review scores from gaming websites and magazines range from 5.0 to 7.0. However, I hated it when i first saw it, as I was watching anime on Crunchyroll, and the ad kept showing up. Same as Veoh.
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20 / M / Sydney
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Posted 9/13/10 , edited 9/13/10
Finished at it was what I expected it to be. The scale of the world is realistic but it takes ages to get from one end to the other. It gets annoying having to constantly going back to save spots to identify items but when you get one with a memory it is worth it. It's very depressing but it's still a good game with a lot of emotion.
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24 / M / El Salvador
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Posted 9/20/10
so, got the game and I beated it.

Conclusion: it sucks hard as a game, and its quite good as a stand alone story. In other words, I should have followed what I said
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Posted 12/28/10 , edited 12/28/10
I recently just beat the game, and very disappointed with the ending. I really liked the plot, characters, music, and so on, but the end left me completely puzzled. But, theres a manga that explains everything! :)

http://maoh.dengeki.com/try/fragile/01.html
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Posted 12/30/10 , edited 12/30/10

Kiomorio wrote:

I recently just beat the game, and very disappointed with the ending. I really liked the plot, characters, music, and so on, but the end left me completely puzzled. But, theres a manga that explains everything! :)

http://maoh.dengeki.com/try/fragile/01.html

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