Thou doth be a mild mannered man, walking down the street when thy hairstyle doth be insulted. Thou doth travel to a barbershop, but is all as it seems? Can thou survive thy harrowing adventure in the barber shop!? Probably.
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Thee opinion of ye game be that I be a dirty bastard and take the evil ending. Alas, thee opinion of ye game be th' theme it be goin' with the ol' Ye Olde English language, even if ye olde bastard french made up the bastard english laugh, gave me a damn good laugh and made thee have smile on ye olde face. And th' whole idiotic "Bad Barber with evilness powers" be goddamn laughable. So, thee opinion of thee game is that "Ye Olde Barbershop" be some of the best speed me been on...
ALSO, YE AUTHOR BE A BASTARD FOR MAKIN' ME LAUGH FOR 10 MINUTES STRAIGHT.
This story is highly amusing and though filled with grammatical errors, the Old English remains understandable and funny. I was also impressed with the many different humourous choices and endings, which left me wanting to find them all. I especially liked the "undo" options, which made this whole process easier. However, it still could have maintained most of its humour if proper grammar had been used. So, although it didn't bother me, I can't bring myself to give the game 5 stars because of this.
I'm not sure why I liked this so much. Perhaps it's mine ale that doth distract me?
But, I actually laughed out loud a couple times. Some may find the writing annoying but I think that's part of the humor. I also appreciate being able to go to my last decision without replaying it all over.
Very well done. Fan or no fan of game books, all should give this a chance. Fairly quick play and worth it. Grats.