Review: Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon -- Examiner

One of the most unique and interesting games to release on Wii is without a doubt Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon. The premise of the game will strike you immediately and enchant your imagination from the start of the game until the very end. You'll play as a 15-year-old boy named Seto. Seto is all alone in a post-apocalyptic world and may be the last person on the Earth. After the old man he was living with passes away, Seto sets out on a journey to find other survivors like himself. The outside world is a land of tranquility, but the decimated ruins of man-made structures rot in the absence of humans, and spirits of the deceased linger around their final resting places to create an eerily empty and desolate land to explore. With such heavy emphasis on the atmosphere, Fragile Dreams delivers a haunting experience, but several flaws keep the game from being one of the top Wii games for 2010.

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