Despite what the blurb says, this is not really the story of me. Because I don’t get drunk and wind up married to some strange women. And if I did, my first thought would not be changing the name on my debit card. But we’ll let that pass.
[spoiler]I’m going to be as nice about this as I can. This game is really not good. It’s not good for many reasons.
The myriad of spelling, grammar, and capitalization errors sure don’t help. There’s your instead of you’re, a women on my couch, no one listening to my rabblings, a character that may be Liam or Liel (depending on which part of the room description you believe), and people wearing suites.
If you can ignore all that, there’s still some major issues with things not really working well in the game. Like putting on your robe only to read that it’s still on the floor, or finding that nothing’s for sale in any of the stores, or discovering some money only to find it cannot be called money, or dollar, or bill, but only two dollar bill, which is not fun to repeatedly type.
And, finally, unforgivably, the walkthrough doesn’t work. For example, it tells me to put things in my robe, but then I find they are all too big. (What kind of giant toothbrush am I using?) There’s also a puzzle in which I must give my mail to a secretary in order to get a form. I give the mail (I can’t give the mail to the secretary, but I can give the secretary the mail), I get points for this, but I sure don’t get a form. And then I’m sunk.
This game is broken. Beyond repair.
(And, btw, am I some really progressive male that I am changing my name after getting married? And also, where is this bank that sends me a letter the very morning after I say my drunken wedding vows? That’s some good customer service.)[/spoiler]