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The co-op experience in my opinion is very nice (and rare for a story-based game like this). This way if two people are together, you don't have one person just sitting there only watching (which isn't that bad since its very cinematic). The only complaint I heard about the co-op experience is that the player controlling Aiden doesn't get as many opportunities to interact as the main playable character. While I would have to agree overall, I'd recommend simply swapping controllers with your co-op friend if he/she is getting a little bored. That way both players get to experience interacting with both playable characters anyway. Don't forget that the main character can manually summon Aiden (the 2nd player) at almost any point in the game, and his powers/view can make it easier to find clues or important things to interact with. So it's not completely the game's fault if the main character doesn't give the 2nd player more opportunities to play.
If you've played similar story-based games, like Heavy Rain or Until Dawn then you'll feel right at home.
Me and my friend played it from start to finish in 3 days binge playing several hours each day.
If you've never played it before, it's completely worth buying. However if you've already beat it once, it's the kind of game you'll probably never replay.
If you remember the old "choose your own adventure" books, this is that on steroids with beautiful graphics, great voice acting, and adrenaline pumping action.
One thing I love is that there's really no way to lose. It's more a matter of driving the story through success or failure at different plot points.
The storyline was more developed, more in depth, and more philosophical.
I played this is one sitting. It took me a little less than 10 hrs. The moment I finished I wanted to instantly replay.
I don't want to go to in depth because it will give it away (especially the twist at the end).
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