Hey fellow oldies we’re here again with another review from xbox oldies, and this time we’ve got our hands on A perfect day.
It’s time to revisit and repeat the final moments of China’s turn of the century in an narrative puzzle adventure and make your day a perfect day yes that’s right…
You’ll play as a 6 grade student and greet fellow classmates, explore deep secrets, play games and walk and wander around town looking for the girl of you’re dream’s whilst also struggling to pluck the courage to give her the card he has made her.
You’ll start by walking the streets asking your class mates and friends, family and anyone to help them have the best time they can, you’ll relive the same day over and over again trying to get that perfect day.
The day is December 31st 1999 a day before the new year’s holiday break, why does this feel like Groundhog Day.
The game is a visual novel, which is a what they call a interactive book with some thrown in puzzles, you’ll find this game more of a images and text type of a game but it’s not much to stress about as the controls are basic and easy to grasp as minimal buttons are required.
The game if I’m honest didn’t really grab my attention from the start but that doesn’t mean it won’t for others, the game plays well and the story is ok with twists and turns for you to decide and figure out what shall I do next.
The graphics and sound are nothing to really shout about as it is nothing special as nothing really jumped out and set the game alight when I started the first play, but hay let’s not worry about that to much as the game is what you make of it.
You can pick up a perfect day on xbox one for just under £15 you decide if you’re going to have a perfect day or not it’s your decision.
A Perfect Day
You’ll play as a 6 grade student and greet classmates, explore secrets, play games and walk and wander around town looking for the girl of you’re dream’s, whilest also struggling to pluck the courage to give her the card he has made her.