Dreamfall Game of the Year - PC (Jewel case)

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  • Stunning Sounds and Soundtrack ¿ Listen to an emotional and epic soundtrack in 7.1 surround as well as voice recordings of 50+ professional actors.
  • Unparalleled Gameplay Variety ¿ Use brains or brawn; be polite or rude, threaten or sweet talk; in Dreamfall you make the choice, resulting in unexpected gameplay.
  • Three Playable Characters ¿ Experience the story from three separate character's perspectives, and learn how their destinies blend together in an epic finale.
  • Three Worlds ¿ Dreamfall spans three beautifully realized worlds, multiple chapters and a stunning amount of detailed locations.
  • Unique World Interaction ¿ Dreamfall introduces a new focus field feature. Scan your environment and use information gathered to trigger remote gameplay opportunities.

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Dreamfall: The Longest Journey Game of the Year Edition combines the original, The Longest Journey, Dreamfall: The Longest Journey, the game soundtrack, as well as a bound collection of breathtaking images from the game.


Dreamfall: The Longest Journey Game of the Year Edition combines the original, The Longest Journey, Dreamfall: The Longest Journey, the game soundtrack, as well as a bound collection of breathtaking images from the game. This edition compiles all the features that have won awards such as:
Editor’s Choice Award - IGN.com
Best Adventure Game - IGN.com
Best of 2000 - Gamespy
Game of the Year - Gamespot.com
Best of 2000 - Gaming Age.com
Editor’s Choice - Computer Gaming World
Best Music - Gamespy.com
Best Video Game Score Nomination - MTV
Adventure Game of the Year - Gamespy.com
Top 10 PC Game of the Year - Gamespy.com
Best Story - Gamespy.com
Best of 2006 - Gamespot.com
Best Voice Acting of 2006 - Gamespot.com
The Game of the Year Edition will take players on an epic journey of exploration and adventure as they venture through a thrilling and emotional storyline. Indulge in a fully interactive world where beautiful music, stunning graphics, fascinating characters and unparalleled gameplay variety promises to bring the adventure genre into a new era.

In The Longest Journey, the player controls the protagonist, April Ryan, on her journey through more than 160 locations, spanning two original worlds, and featuring a cast of more than 50 speaking characters. Dive into a journey of discovery, where you will solve puzzles, meet new people, face terrifying monsters, learn, grow, and live the adventure of a lifetime!

In Dreamfall, which takes place a decade after The Longest Journey, players can finally revisit the epic universe. Players will be introduced to the new protagonist, Zoë Castillo, who is about to get involved in a conspiracy that spans parallel worlds and hundreds of years. Zoë embarks on a journey, where she eventually discovers a magical world behind our own, she will need to make decisions about what’s important to her and what she’s willing to risk for the people she loves.

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Release date May 21, 2007
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3.8 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews

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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.5 x 1.1 inches
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Platform for Display: PC
Since this is actually a set with two games instead of just one (which is what I thought when I bought it -not that I'm complaining!) I'm going to review the games seperately. Please note that I had never even heard of either game until I picked this package up about 2 weeks ago.

The Longest Journey. (original game released in Nov 2000)

-Story 5/5
This is probably one of the best (if not THE best) storyline I've encountered. It's one of the few games where I was captivated from start to finish with no feeling of having to drag myself through boring parts just to find out what happens in the end. This game is worth playing for the story alone.

-Gamecontrol 4/5 (given for the time)
It's a 2-d setting (no camera moving) and point and click movement. Easy for even the most inexperienced gamer to grasp. While I thought this would annoy me when I first started playing (I'm used to having more control) it actually didn't.

-Gameplay 4-1/2 /5 (given for the time)
This game has the feel of a RPG, however it's not. This isn't a bad thing, but it changes the way the game is played. There is no actual fighting, it's based on "puzzles". The "puzzles" are trying to figure out what to use next to get out in a "real world" type way. It's very fun and challenging!

-Graphics N/A
Considering the game was released 7 years ago it's not fair to rate the graphics by today's standards. My ONLY complaint has to do with the 2007 GotY release, not the game itself. They should have been able to make a "windowed" mode so that we could have the option to play the game on a 800x600 window on the computer. This would allow me (and others who didn't play it when it was first released) to experience the game as it was meant to when it first came out.
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I played Dreamfall for the first time years ago when it was first released, finished it, and then somehow forgot how much I enjoyed it. That actually turned out to be a blessing, because playing it through a second time was mostly an all new experience, and if possible, it was even better this time around.

Let me start by telling you the faults of the game, just to get them out of them way, and make room for what's great about it. The combat sucks. There's just no way around it. Fortunately, there is very little of it. Future games might want to take a hint or two from Indigo Prophecy (aka Fahrenheit), and just have quick time based fighting or something. This is an adventure game, afterall, and it should stay purely adventure, as there is no room for anything else.

What's great - the story. It is completely mind-blowing. I don't mean that as a cliche, but literally mind-blowing, because it will really make you think - about life, about purpose, about reality. The game touches on themes from Indigenous Australian mythology, and does so brilliantly, adding a new dimension to the twin-world lore of the Longest Journey franchise - dreams being the common thread that connects the two worlds, and also their origin. Without getting too much into the philosophy of Dreamfall, let me just say that if for no other reason, then you must play this game for the story. Decidedly mature, but never gratuitous, and blurring the boundary between fantasy and science fiction, Dreamfall's narrative would be screen worthy, but for the fact that it is too large to be contained in a single film, and would probably be butchered on television.
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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 amazon.com, 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. However, plugging in a controller, all of my complaints went away. I'd recommend trying a controller if you have any problems, as the game seems better suited to it (probably due to the fact it is also an Xbox game).

The difficulty has been lessened from The Longest Journey. One one hand, this is definitely a valid complaint. However, my complaint with the first game was that there were times where the puzzles seemed utterly illogical and were very order-specific.
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