Ben has an eerie power: A look in the eye of a dead person allows him to travel through time and space, so he witnesses the death of that person. This power allows him to prevent the fatal accident of his wife - but at what price? STORY Ben Freeman lives with his wife Sarah and their son Danny in a small house in the suburbs. They are a happy family - until the day Sarah looses her life in a car accident. Due to the loss of his wife Ben's life goes to pieces, but he discovers a so far unknown ability that allows him to revert Sarah's death, jumping to the time Sarah wanted to leave the house and driving into that terrible accident. But the price for saving his beloved is higher than he could imagine... REPERFECTION - VOLUME ONE is the first episode of a new indie adventure series in the style of an interactive graphic novel. You unlock new panels and pages of the game by solving different puzzles. By doing so you influence the events in the past and change the future reality.
The game starts with the better premises but, at least for me, it doesn't reach the sufficiency.
The art style is beautiful, and the gameplay is similar to those old book-games...Very delightful.
However, it is too short (I have finished it in just over an hour...), and it is too simple; the price is just too high for the overall experience. More than that, the ending is terrible (it's very sad, and with a lot of opened issues) and, if you'd play it, you should put into account the purchase of future episodes too: if the longevity of them remains the same, the price that you'll pay is simply unacceptable.
It also lacks of some script inconsistency, sometime (if I take the motorbike after picking the car's key with me, Sarah is still able to leave home...What the...?)
What a pity, really. It had a great potential, in its presentation. Let's hope something a little better, for future episodes.