A true astonishment. Usually, in choice games, you're able to see the paths laid out clearly before you. However, they always try and obscure the paths or make it less obvious to increase immersion. Some do it better than others but VERSUS actually embraces these paths. ENCOURAGES you to stick to one, and completely utilizes and rewards the ability to stick to your beliefs and chosen playstyle. Enjoy the experience. I know I did, and will continue to.
Spoiler warning - Well done, but.. Ok. Where to go? I thought it was much better overall than Redemption Season, no arbitrary stat issues (very good), and I liked the unique use of ChoiceScript. Agendas, I liked that it specifically dealt with natural hermaphrodites (had a friend, so I appreciate the focus), but I didn't like how springing a surprise in that situation was glossed over. Very not cool in reality. Also really disliked how our character could only react positively and promote the binuman. Docked 2 ☆ for those two things.
Fantastic Strange and a little chaotic at first, which is to be expected and feels deliberate. After the first step it really starts picking up and running away with the concept in a great way. I am engrossed in the story and intend to immediately get the second volume. It will be depressing when I finish that and realize I have to wait for the next.
Amazing Despit the confusing (alien) words,,,, and the use of ambiguous pronouns (that me being a man who doesn't spend there life on tumblr (no offence) found confusing. (Ze hir to name 2 ) But it is an astonishing story that keeps you drawn in.
I loved everything. I could not stop thinking about it, and just wanted to play it. I hope that Zachary Sergi and the Choice of Games team make more. I wish you the best of luck!!
Great game. Btw don't get to comfy with breeze.
• Continuity fixes in chapters 1 and 9.
• Continuity bugfix.
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