Reviews for Two Brothers Cap

90

Surprisingly Human

mynaminelife | Nov. 19, 2013 | See all mynaminelife's reviews »

Two Brothers is an extremely insightful game that is fully of surprises. Filled shocked story twists right from the get go, Two Brothers is a wild run of surprising sophistication. The story deals with death, and how we deal with it when we lose someone important to us, and it does it with a great amount of light heartedness and zero pretentious. The game isn't without flaws though. It had some bugs at launch, but it seems as if the team is working to correct them with rapid updates and fast bug support. Make sure you read the documentation and you should be fine.

Issues asside... it features beautiful graphics, great soundtrack, and enjoyable Gameplay. Two Brothers is a really worthwhile experience!

85

A Rare Gem That Will Make You Think About Your Life.

TimothyD | Nov. 14, 2013 | See all TimothyD's reviews »

The story for this game, is, admittedly, deep, considering what you would consider this game to be like without playing it. While the art and sound style are both well executed in this game, the main point is the storyline, which is just as philosophical and deep as reading a full novel. The art style switches between to what can be called the visual style of playing an original gameboy, with black pixels over a tan background and a bright and colorful, however, pixelated, world of the afterlife. The funny part of this arrangement is that the gameplay reflects this, playing like an RPG adventure meant for a handheld. There are a huge number of side-quests included in the game, and the many alternative endings will keep you glued to seeing them all, in order to achieve the ending that you want. If you are looking for a game that will make you both feel and think, this is the game for you. This game well justifies it's 15 dollar asking price, and could possibly be worth more. If you're into the idea of a graphic novel with more involvement than something such as the Phoenix Wright or Trauma Center series, this is your game.