Hero Project: Redemption Seaso

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3.4
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About this game

America's #1 reality show for heroes is back for another season! Harness your superpowers to steal the spotlight, win votes, and save your sister!

"The Hero Project: Redemption Season" is the first installment in a new series of interactive novels by Zachary Sergi set in the "Heroes Rise" universe. Your choices control the story. It's entirely text-based--129,000 words, without graphics or sound effects--and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

In a contest where everyone has superpowers, your opponents can cause earthquakes and explosions, but you're an average Ani-Powered who wakes up with different animal attributes every day. Will your hawk eyes or canine claws take you far enough in the competition to satisfy the only person who can help your sister? And what happens if winning isn't enough?

As you advance, the decisions you make will transform viewers' ideas of what it means to be a hero. Will you fight for your own goals, or make sacrifices for the good of society? Strive for what you believe is right by following the rules, or take down the whole system with more radical methods? Would you take wealth and fame over changing the world?

Choose wisely. It's Redemption Season.

• Play as male, female, trans, or nonbinary; gay, straight, or bi.
• Begin a new story in Millennia City, influenced by your actions in the "Heroes Rise" trilogy.
• Play as a new hero, in a new season of The Hero Project!
Updated on
Mar 27, 2022

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3.4
1.05K reviews
A Google user
November 1, 2018
The original trilogy, while also including gender (as well as other social) politics, was extremely entertaining due to its amazing characters and plot lines, and will definitely remain as one of my favorite interactive novel series. However, this new addition to the series was so crammed full of politics that I had a hard time even caring about the story or characters. The plot seemed to force the main character to have certain opinions and beliefs, regardless of the decisions I chose, to the point where I felt like a was just reading a book. I play these games looking forward to the romance options, irregardless of gender, but I just found almost all of the characters to be so unlikable, or flat out uninteresting. Despite all of this, I will most likely purchase the next one in hopes that the writer/author puts some of the same soul into it that the original trilogy had. (Edit: I will say that my fave part was definitely having Prodigal as my mechip personality, her craziness is highly entertaining)
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Avenged Spector
July 6, 2020
I just couldn't enjoy it. The first series was well done because you truly had full control of what kind of character you wanted to be. This game forces you to be only one regardless of what choices you make. I just felt locked in and bored the whole time. Could have been so much better but just flopped. I couldn't even finish the next game cause of the taste this one left.
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noel woel
June 17, 2020
The #1 criticism of this game is it's too political. It is very much so, and there could definitely be more characterization. But does that make it bad? I don't think so. I had lots of fun playing this. There are fewer options to make your MC as varied depth-wise as the first 3 games, but the MC is still written decently. As a minority I thought the political aspect was a fun and fresh take on IRL social issues. It's nowhere near as well done as the first 3, but I think it deserves a chance.
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