As long as their location is justified, I think both can be done very well. Plus, both are capable of a very effective payoff - leaving home for the first time, or finally coming back home after a long time.
It has been quite a bit since downloading the demo, but finally, I have found the time to play it for a while and return with feedback!
Firstly, this game is beautiful in more ways than one. The aesthetics, the music, the sounds, they all come together brilliantly. I love the dark, moody sort...
TFW: You get a text from someone and a long conversation--but you have no idea who this person is and don't wanna be that guy that asks "Who is this by the way?" I have no clue who this person is... but they seem to know me quite well.
You know, after all these years of using RM I've never played To The Moon. With being busy with life and then after my mom died I was too emotionally fragile to play something that heavy. Has anyone played the Switch version? Is there any big differences between that and the RM version?
*tries to study Emergence of Bangladesh: Ancient Bengal* Matsyanyayam- When the law of punishment is kept in abeyance... okay what? *searches dictionary* oh! Ok. In abeyance, it gives rise to such disorders as is implied in the proverb of fishes i.e the larger fish swallows a small one- wait fishes eat each other!? Is that like... fishy cannibalism!?...Oh! It's 8:30! Time for dinner! *throws book on floor*