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Dreamfall: The Longest Journey - Xbox

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4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews) 73 / 100

Price: $48.00
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Platform: Xbox
  • Unparalleled variety - Use your brains or your brawn; sneak, fight or talk your way through the many challenges the game offers
  • You never quite know what to expect next - Be polite or rude, threaten or sweet talk; in Dreamfall you make the choice
  • Experience the story from three separate perspectives -- each character has unique abilities and world views & learn how their destinies blend together in an epic finale
  • Dreamfall spans three beautifully realized worlds, multiple chapters and a stunning amount of detailed locations
  • Combination of point and click strategy and action-adventure

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Product Details

Platform: Xbox
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000F3Z59S
  • Item Weight: 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 8, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,140 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Platform: Xbox

Dreamfall: The Longest Journey is an incredible saga in a fully interactive world. Venture through a thrilling and emotional storyline, using various tactics, such as stealth, deception, and brawn, to solve different challenges. Three playable characters will each see the story unfold from a different perspective. Dreamfall features beautiful music, stunning graphics, fascinating characters and unparalleled gameplay. Prepare for a spiritual, fantastic and powerful gaming experience. New focus-field tool lets you see the physical envrionment around each character, as though you seeing it through their eyes Mature and compelling storyline that mixes the futuristic, fantastic and spiritual with a tale of murder, deceit and a conspiracy threatening our very existence

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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Terrific April 24, 2006
Platform for Display:Xbox
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Note: I own the PC version of the game, but I would own the Xbox version would it be Xbox 360 compatible. Using the controller works best for this game. The resolution isn't as good on the Xbox version and there's more aliasing problems. However, don't pass this game up. It is absolutely terrific. I can't recommend it high enough. Also, for $10, I'd recommend checking out The Longest Journey on PC as a starter if you have a PC.

Six years. Quite a long time to be waiting for a sequel to an adventure game. It is also quite a long time for graphics, hardware and gameplay to change. When the Longest Journey came out, it was heralded by critics as being one of the best adventure games a person could buy. It incorporated a terrific story, wonderful voice work and, at the time, good graphics that helped bring depth to the genre. Now, Dreamfall: The Longest Journey is out, a direct sequel to the events of the first game. Is it everything we could hope for? Well, that depends on what you're looking for.

A lot of reviews out there, including here on, have talked about various aspects of the game. The negative points discussed were the easiness of the gameplay, the bulkiness of the controls and the horrible combat. The positives have been over-whelming the terrific, complex and utterly addictive story and plot. So, depending on what you are looking for, you will either really love this game or really dislike it.

AS far as the gameplay is concerned, I tried playing it with a mouse and keyboard but the controls felt wonky to me. I am a console player mostly and because of my lack of affinity with the mouse and keyboard for third person controlled games I spend a good deal of time walking into things and the walls.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Maybe It was Just a Dream... A Long Beautiful Dream April 20, 2006
Platform for Display:Xbox
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Dreamfall: The Longest Journey is the sequel to a game entitled "The Longest Journey" for the PC. I'm ashamed to say I've yet to play this remarkable game, but when the sequel came around, I couldn't say no to it. In fact, because of its sequel I want the first one even more. This game has deep, interesting and convincing characters, along with a fantastic storyline. The game is, overall, a fantastic experience.

Zoe is a beautiful attractive woman who can't decide what she wants to do with her life anymore. She's dropped out of high school, she's broken up with her longtime boyfriend, and now she seems completely and utterly lost. Her ex boyfriend, however, is interested in doing a story, and he needs Zoe's help. This begins what is undeniably a fantastic game, full of fantastic story elements. It seems simple, but the story grows into something remarkably complex. It becomes somewhat of a fantastic journey the player never wants to end. There are moments, however, where the story throws a lot at you, and the game isn't long enough to bring every subplot to a satisfactory conclusion. This shouldn't suggest the storyline is bad. You'll just expect the game to be longer.

The story is played out through cinematic cutscenes. Most of the story is told in this fashion. However, unlike most games, the voice acting is top notch. It never losses hold. The dialogue is also fantastic, and flows smoothly. Put simple, these characters actually seem human as opposed to one-dimensional cardboard cut-outs. Not only does this help the characters seem human, but also helps them become instantly likeable. You'll also be given choices to make in some dialogue sequences.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Playing the game is like watching half a movie May 18, 2008
By Piu
Platform for Display:Xbox
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
This is the first game I played that made me feel I was merely turning the pages of a pre-programmed novel. There is nothing you can do out of order, nothing to build up (skills or inventory), nothing you can skip (maybe a little bit), no side quests, no rewarding fights.

What is worse, the story is too abstract, too complex. When the game ended, none of the loose ends were resolved.

In short, playing this game is like watching half a movie.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars ...and it was going so well May 8, 2006
Platform for Display:Xbox
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
It's been six years since the original game, The Longest Journey, came out on the pc. I don't remember a whole lot about the game, except it featured a great character named April Ryan, had excellent voice acting, and an engaging storyline. But, since it was six years ago, I really don't remember a whole lot about the storyline except that there were two worlds, one being magical and the other technological, and that April could travel ("shift") between those worlds. And that once I finished it, I really, really, REALLY wanted a sequel to be made.

So along comes Dreamfall, the sequel to The Longest Journey. This game has been in development for over three years, and by reading previews on it the total gameplay was supposed to be somewhere in the thirty-plus hours range. There were supposed to be a lot of sidequests that you could go on, and so on. I really thought this was going to be a great game, and it just, well, fell way short.

Basically, in this game you don't control April Ryan (at least at first) as your main character, but rather a girl named Zoe Castillo. She has a delightful accent, and talks a lot. When her friend disappears, she sets off to find him. There are a lot of twists to the storyline, and I don't want to give them away. But, suffice it to say, the story is certainly engaging. The problem is, it's really the only strength to this game, and in the end it fails.

In The Longest Journey, there were a TON of puzzles. Some were ridiculously impossible (unless you're a REALLY good gamer), but there certainly were a lot. It took me a very long time to beat that game, and it lived up to its name. The puzzles in this game are unbelievably easy.
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It took all of 30min to beat, and completely loose interest in this game. It was not even worth the shipping fee! currently using it as a coaster.
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