From Thralni on the CSR:
This is a very, very weird scenario. The whole point is running around following clues, it seems.
The plot was very... surprising. I had started this scenario with the idea that "Amnesia" was a nice title, and if it had what I expected from the title, it would be good. That was not the case. Actually, you are there for something completely different, namely...
This means no combat, which I like. It does mean running around following clues and puzzles, which weren't difficult, except for the riddle part. I hate riddles. other than that, I did think it was an interesting idea, but it could have been better, if the writing weren't so poor...
There also were inconsistensies in dialogue. The author probably presumed one would talk to everybody in town, before moving on to the next sector of the town. Yeah, forgot to mention that: The story is et in a big town, consisiting of five zones/sectors/areas/whatever. Well, that's not the case: I didn't talk to everybody in the first sector before proceding to the next sector. When I arrived at a school, I could ask about things I never heard about, which was weird. This could have been made better.
The aquiring of hints and such was weird, too. You would put some clothes on, walk into the next sector, and you would get a message: "Go read some books in the library, Luke." Right. Star Wars influence? I don't know. Anyway, getting such a message is weird, just out of the blue. And consider this: You walk into a sector after getting a key and you get a message "you feel you are moved," then "a man comes up to you." It goes on for that for about half a minute, all sort of out of the blue. Really strange.
Towndesign wasn't good, but not bad. It did feel like a town that could work, but it was a pity you could talk to maybe a third of the population.
There were a lot of custom graphics, which in itself isn't bad. However, some of the graphics were in 2D, which looked weird.
I could go on like this, but I think I said enough to give some impression of what this is like: Weird. However, the story was actually very interesting, although the writing was poor, the clues were sort of blown in your face, dialogue was poor and some other things were genarlly strange.
I didn't find it very bad, actually. The story I actually found good and it is an interesting idea, but the execution lacked a bit, though the overall weirdness fitted extremely well with the story: waking up in an alley is weird, so the story might be slightly weird too, no?