An interesting story with some unique mechanics, making Dr. Dekker's madness, infectious.
Author: Chris Harrison
A distinct lack of basic functionality or design make this less than a lacklustre first person shooter.
The Last Jedi tables offer bright and colourful space adventure fun, but can all too easily become distracting.
Only through the players curiosity can the pieces of the murder mystery be put back together and indeed this methodology relies on the players voyeuristic tendencies to search more intimately into this woman’s life.
A bizarre combination of simple and overly complicated.
Not so much so bad it's good. More, it's just plain bad.
Prepare to fly.
A beautiful and haunting farewell that is ‘hella good’.