Not quite what I expected; thought it would be more of a serious game, but it's more to poke fun at your loved ones and friends who attempt to put a finger on what they see in each one. Still a good quality gift for those who are into psychology though.
Unique and definitely an Uncommon Good ;)
fun and easy rules to get to know even the most guarded of personalities
Therapists love this!
Psychologists have a weird relationship with sexuality.
This game was fun to play when my friends and I came home after a night out. We had a lot of laughs just interpreting what we saw, not even necessarily using the diagnosis book. I love games like this because they are really great icebreakers!
Good gift fun times.
This game was a terrible waste of time and money. Which is NOT the fault Uncommon goods. The four options it GIVES you to choose from after looking at the cards are rarely what people choose. IF you want a fun game along these lines invest in Rorschach: The Inkblot Party Game.
Sometimes Honesty Hurts
The answers in the book were the type that are joking (but rarely funny) and once you've read them once, you won't want to read them again. Was interesting for about 10 minutes tops.
New York City