Feeling somewhere between Groundhog Day and a Choose Your Own Adventure book, it’s definitely a novel idea
While I don’t tend to personally get much mileage out of your average interactive novel / narrative sort of title, that doesn’t mean I can’t take a step back and appreciate ones that feel like they offer something a bit different to the mix. That’s absolutely the case with A Perfect Day, which doesn’t play out like anything else I’ve encountered. Feeling like it takes a page from the movie Groundhog Day, you’ll find yourself stuck in a sort of loop where you’ll need to continue to refine your actions and interactions with others to sort of craft a chain of events that make for a perfect day. By its nature though, this is a process conquered through observation, experimentation, and a whole lot of patience to get there. Overall, it seems like something you’ll either by bored to death with or you’ll be intrigued by the challenge that has been put in front of you… where you personally fall on the spectrum is up to you.
Justin Nation, Score: