Unlike most games that offer morality choices, the decisions you make in Datura affect more than just how the hero solves the game’s ultimate problem, or how you end up treating other characters in canned dialogue sequences. Instead, the moral choices you make in Datura force you to take a look at yourself in the mirror and really confront what you see there.
It says something that I did not even realise I was making decisions or moral choices until after I fnished the game and read this review.
Pros: Intriguing, Short (90 mins), cheap (3.99)
Cons: Absolutely no idea what that was all about.
The Dualshock motion controller must be the worst fucking means of controlling anything ever invented. Rage.