Review by Matt S.
Brazil is a future star of game development, of that I am absolutely certain. With games like Toren, Chroma Squad and Knights of Pen & Paper, the fledgling games industry there is demonstrating that its talent is both highly creative, and makes games that have a global appeal. I've certainly got my eye on anything that comes out of Latin America and Brazil, which is why I jumped at the chance to play Eternity: The Last Unicorn. Sadly, this one let me down, and badly.