4 Hours to Complete Act 1... really?! in Broken Age Posted January 17, 2014 But there haven't been adventure games out in the market for some years, and this one is probably focused towards a younger audience who don't have that wealth of experience. I disagree. And if you are correct I am seriously disappointed. I don't think the "younger audience" you are referring to would have been backing millions of dollars for a genre they never played. Those of us who backed enjoy adventure games. Now, that being said, if this game was indeed focused towards a younger audience, then why even tempt long time adventure game fans with an "adventure game"? Side note: Steam will tell you how long the game has been open for. If you go into "Load Game" it will tell you how long your game was played. I played through twice. The first time was when I took my time and went through the majority of dialogue trees completely (For instance, I read every cereal box, very amusing) and my time was just over 1 hour 45 minutes. When I played through again, my goal was to make sure there wasn't any "side-quest" or similar that I had skipped over which caused me to miss a section of the game. Sadly there was not. I did realize until the second time through that you can have a conversation with Gus. The first time through I accidentally fell on him before ever having a chance to talk to him. I thought for the longest time I would be giving him the oversized cloud shoes, but I never found him?! Not until the second time through at least.