Well, i'd say that the Game is successful and common at the same time. Don't get me wrong, i wasn't surprised by it, but thinking well, isn't this a fragrance to enter the competition to win the average buyer? This is really a game where the strategy favors more the image and appearance you construct than the novelty or the essence itself. And the strategy seems to go from the point where a lot of competitors goes, One Million. Don't confuse this by thinking that it smells like One Million, because it doesn't. But it's strategy on this game it's the same of One Million: a sweet base, with shades of amber and woods, here married by a fougere fruity accord, with boozy aspects, like a lot of fragrances launched recently. The Game seems to look like new at the same time being what every other competitor, being the image what makes it a winner or looser. It's not for me, i wouldn't buy it and i think this structure is tiresome and dull, but if their aim was this, it's, after all, a winner.