Saturday, 21 February 2009

The Path


...I'm getting excited!
The Path recently launched a new site, Grandmother's House, for promotion mostly, I think. It's a really cool website. Each girl has their own page, as you can see above. I think I like Ginger's page best, and now I'm really starting to like her as a character, perhaps more than Ruby. ^^
I'm listening to Ruby's favourite song right now. ;P



What a wonderfully creepy teaser.
After waiting for a year for this game, I'm getting very excited as the release date draws close!
(This had better be a good game! Kidding... Well, kind of. Not really.)

Darn, I just remembered that I have to finish cleaning my room from when I started a week ago. :/ I know I should, but why would I when I can sit here and watch TV? I'll do it laterrr...

EDIT:
Because I realize that not many people may know what this game is about. You know, the rare person who may pass by... Other than my three readers (laugh).
This was a paragraph in an article about The Path, published in Shojo Beat magazine (about a year ago! I've been waiting ever since!)

"The game is comprised of six chapters, each starring one of the six sisters, who live together in a big city... The game begins when one of the girls sets out (through a spooky forest) to take bread and wine to their sick grandmother... The Path asks more of players than simply escorting a girl safely through the woods. Should you disobey the one rule you've been given-- to stay on the path-- you'll get lost in the woods and encounter the Wolf... Just as each of the six sisters is a different Red, each girl meets her own Wolf. 'Some are just men and some are more supernatural. But each is attractive in his own way,' explains Harvey. 'Ultimately you will run into the Wolf and then it is up to you: do you satisfy your curiosity and interact with him? Or do you chicken out and run back to the path?'"

(End of edit!)


8 comments:

pop*POLKA said...

I want to play The Path now.
But... it seems sort of scary. D:

コートニー said...

It does seem scary. But it is a horror game after all.
I can just imagine it now... I'm probably going to download it without my mother knowing, because she doesn't like the looks of this game... She'll come home from work one day, and I'll be in a corner, rocking back and forth muttering to myself... XD

Muse of Randomness said...

I've wanted to play it but alas, for I am easily disturbed. I think Ruby is still my favorite, but Ginger seems real awesome.

My mom wouldn't notice anything out of the ordinary... Until things around the house randomly end up dying...

Donald said...

Hmm, look interesting, do you know if you can get it of the internet or do you have to buy else where?

コートニー said...

Muse: Yeah, Ruby is awesome. Her personality is a lot like mine (a lot, in some aspects at least).
I'm not sure if I'm easily disturbed... Normally I would say that I am, but when I saw Lord of the Rings, the orcs didn't bother me the least, and they really freaked out my mom... But the scariest movie I have ever seen would probably be The Village and Lord of the Rings (LOL). (I should see a scary movie, just to see how I fare...)

Donald: It will be available online for download... But I don't know if there will be a price or not. (I would think that there is, but I really don't know. I asked Micheal -one of the creators- so I should have an answer soon. )

Donald said...

Oh dang, if theres a price i cant get it...unless my mom decides she likes horror games to and not just movies...

Muse of Randomness said...

Ruby's personality is kinda like mine as well, but I'm a bit more hyper. I don't remember watching any scary movies... Lord of the Rings is up there on my scary-list. xD

Donald said...

XD seriously? wow, Lord of The Rings is awesome, but I mean Ive watched things on TV scarier then that...I dont watch scary movies XP