A Blurred Line is an amazing experience from beginning to it's cliffhanger ending.
The graphics do their job. While it could of been a bit better, at the time of ABL's release they truly were well done. The mapping is simple and to the point, but that's not exactly a bad thing. It matches with it's dystopian feel of the game.
Story: This is without a doubt, one of the best Science Fiction stories in years. Not just for a game made with Rpg Maker 2000, it's one of the best stories of all time. I think ABL has one of the best RPG story lines. The only issue with ABL's plot is, well it's not finished. It ends on a huge cliff hanger, and I could only imagine it probably would have one of the best endings because of how everything is building up.
The music is very well done, and the sound effects work. I found myself listening to the soundtrack quite often, and love Lys's selection of music.
The game play is also very fun. It is standard DBS, while that is not bad, it adds in a few twists. Talans progression is one of the most fun in a long time. It truly is well thought out, and manages to make it fun. The game never manages to be too easy or hard. It has a few mini games, which are rather cheap, and an infuriating VR sequence, but you have to adnit, a ton of work went into this game.
The game lasts about 5 hours, maybe longer if you decide to level up more. It does hav ea bit of replay value too, even if it is not finished.