The Letter is not only one of the worst
games on the Wii U, it is one of the worst games of all time. Quite a
distinction for this indie based downloadable only video game. We have a
flash light with little direction on what to do. So I decided to stumble
around in the dark. I found odd items here and there until I opened up
the next area. I repeated that to unlock the game ending.
The Letter is selling for $1.99. It is not even worth that much. I hate being negative about any game. The Letter gave me headaches. It is categorized as a horror game. Nothing in The Letter scared me. Everything in it was horrible though.
The graphics look like they belong a few generations back. The Letter would look good for a Nintendo 64 game. The music is creepy, which is about as scary as The Letter on the Wii U gets. The storyline was almost engaging until the ending. I won’t spoil it for you, but I really want to share the game ending. That way you would have no interest in purchasing The Letter.
All of this is very problematic for The Letter. The controls are nasty. Every time I tried to look left or right it also went up or down. So I had to keep correcting the controls to see. Bear in mind The Letter makes us look around in the dark with a flashlight. No there is no upgrade to have a better light. Why couldn’t we wait for the morning? Sunshine would have made The Letter so much better.
The only scary thing in The Letter is how bad the graphics are. As well as how bad the game design is. Dull is the best way I can describe The Letter on the Wii U. By the way there is little in The Letter that made much sense. The main character is running on assumption after assumption.
Please pass on The Letter. I am not joking about how bad this downloadable only Wii U game is. If you really want to see it, then check out a video on Youtube. There are videos that will show you The Letter. Why does Nintendo allow The Letter on the Wii U but not Christian game developer’s games?
Family Friendly Factor: 30%
System: Wii U
Publisher: TreeFall Studios
Developer: Eli Brewer
Rating: ‘T’ - Teen - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY
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