If you like FMV games and interactive movies, Mia might be perfect — especially if it’s as campy and enjoyable as J.J. explains in his review. Oh, and Doctor Who’s Paul McGann is in it!
The game part of Mia and the Dragon Princess is minimal — it’s an interactive movie, after all — but that doesn’t stop it from giving a fun, choose-your-own-adventure experience. It’s simple, it’s short, and it really is more about making choices at specific scenes than anything else. But that’s totally okay because I love campy Eighties movies and this fits right in.
This review is based on a Steam code sent to SideQuesting by the publisher. Images and video courtesy Wales Interactive and Good Gate Media.