Game ends too quickly
It's time to experience the mystery behind this next game Bestowers of Eternity Part 1. Not only does this game pack a very deep and interesting story throughout it, it also comes with very nice and different style graphics. As well as overall good sounding music and good challenges that are present as you go through the game and try to unravel the mystery that is within.
In the game, you play the role Rosangela Blackwell a troubled orphan living in New York city, who has had a very difficult life growing up, her parents were killed when she was young and the only relative she did know was locked up in an insane asylum. Now she mostly lives alone by herself with no friends and little contact as a writer. The game starts off when we see Rosanglina paying her respects to her dead aunt, however as you will soon see there is much more to this story than meets the eye.
The graphical style in this game is a very unique looking feeling to it as you play along. The different environments as well have a very nice look to them as you explore the different areas, and see the different characters as well. It's a very effective style I found as I played and started to progress through the game, very effective in my opinion. Music in the game varies from scene to scene, it really is generally all right overall, and it doesn't get in the way as you play and it's fairly relaxing to listen too.
The puzzles that you encounter in the game are of a good difficulty level they really do make you think, not too obvious but also they aren't that difficult that will make you bang you head or anything. Only downsides to the game I found was that it ended at a critical moment in the game that left me wanting more and that feeling is always painful to deal with. As well, there aren't a whole lot of areas to visit in the game, but still most of them are pretty interesting.
Still though, this is a very interesting and fun adventure game that really conveys a deep story and really brings you into it, so give this one a look and see for yourself what it's all about.
Review by: DeathDude
Safe for ages: 13+