Developer: Cultural Gestio
Genres: Interactive Story, Puzzle
An interesting VR proposal that convinces on the audiovisual and the narrative way to tell its story, but it suffers technical shortcommings and bugs (we had to restart some chapters a couple of times)... Nothing that cannot be fixed with a patch. It's not a long experience: the end can be reached in an hour (3 more runs to get all the trophies).
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Anyone's Diary might be worth a look for anyone interested in game development and this game's particular history. The visuals on display are often impressive. But for the average player, I suspect that the game's bugs and short length will be deal breakers. When a game is regularly erasing your progress, the best intentions in the world won't save it.
Anyone’s Diary may have left me confused about its story but I really enjoyed the visuals and puzzles. Sure, we do see the same mechanic for the puzzles repeated a few times as you travel through this artistic puzzle platformer, but each puzzle has its own spin on the mechanic and keeps you interested. The design choice to have everything made out of drawings and writing from your diary really helps create a surreal and symbolic experience in this twisted world.