It was a fun experence and good gameplay with evolving monsters.
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September 18th, 2009
The intro was long and annoying after seeing it for the second time. Once you start to play you are a wimpy kid who has lost some of his memory. You grow to love him though. Emil is the player you mostly want to play as because throughout the whole game Martha leaves and comes back and leaves. When it came to fighting the computer doesn't help very much. It is a much better experience when you play with a friend. To play with a friend you need to have two human characters on your team. You can't become a monster and first person can only be Emil and Martha. The ending was great and I won't tell you what happens because you're gonna wanna see it for yourself ^-^.
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