Mia and the Dragon Princess
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Beyond incomprehensible, Mia and the Dragon Princess is the type of low-budget FMV schlock that gives schlock a bad name. Regardless of what choices the player makes, the story does not hold together, the action doesn't hit, and the interface is boring. This is the first Wales Interactive title I've played that is absolutely not worth your time.
In terms of production values and writing, Mia and the Dragon Princess is a standout in Wales Interactive's FMV-inspired run of games. Unfortunately, it stumbles around its branching narrative device and the story's pacing and structure can suffer the consequences.
Mia and the Dragon Princess has some downsides but still makes for an enjoyable interactive experience. The performances by most of the cast are great and it has far better action scenes than I expected. The writing can be cheesy at times but it also managed to get some laughs out of me. It also doesn’t overstay its welcome and has helpful features that make getting to the new stuff on replays much easier. It isn’t the best FMV game Wales has done but if you’ve been enjoying the genre I have no doubts you’ll enjoy this one too.
Mia and the Dragon Princess is cheesy as it should be and brings what is expected from a good FMV, with relevant choices, cartoonish performances and many unexpected consequences. However, it fails to offer an interaction without any inventiveness, in addition to serious continuity problems and, mainly, a script full of potential that never actually comes true, regardless of the chosen ending.
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Mia and the Dragon Princess is worth a look if you are a fan of this type of game. Impressive acting talent is present although they are in full-on ‘hamming it up’ mode, the fight scenes are well choreographed and there are a few killer lines of dialogue. If the idea of a children’s TV drama mixed with a brutal British gangster film appeals to you, this could be a dream come true.