Not to sound negative; But is "Fun" a measurement in these games? Don't get me wrong, I adore the story and progression of them, but they are more of an experience you go through, less so than a game you play. o.O
*voiced an opinion* *Runs for his life*
I think enjoyment is a better term for games like that. Just like how fun isn't used as a word to describe movies and books much.
"Fun" is used to describe books all the time. It means someone is trying to justify liking something terrible. --- "HE are genius, firstly." - ASlaveObeys http://i.imgur.com/SQAc17B.png
#12EGMRULZPosted 10/16/2013 10:52:03 PM
I loved The Walking Dead and 400 days. Is The Wolf Among Us as good? I'm a bit hesitant as I knew I'd be interested in a zombie interactive game-movie, but I'm not so sure about a game on known fairy tales. Does it deliver in excitement, variety, and entertainment?