Subtle, yet enjoyable It's good to see an author who appreciates the subtle differences in how something is stated, and how a small choice can make all the difference in how a situation pans out. Even if a player chooses something not ideal for a situation to come, the author has put in a system where there are consequences, but it does not end the game right there. That kind of flexibility and vast branching choice tree is the essence of a decent visual novel.
Not worth it. Fraught with grammatical errors and mediocre writing. You're not given many choices on WHAT to say, but only HOW you say it. Overall, the story is alright, but the writing makes it confusing. Sometimes, I just can't tell who is speaking, there's a plethora of awkward dialogue, and poor descriptions.
Worth the Price Ended as it got good which ticked me off. The fact that the story doesn't appear to be finished yet as well as it is sometimes hard to tell who's talking all contribute to a loss of one star.
Fantastic Story I kept putting this off and just got bored and got it. I must say this certainly is one of the best story's I've started reading! I hope they release a part 3.
The game felt kinda short but that also might be caused by the unsatisfying abrupt ending. The concept of the story is great and could of easily landed closer to a 4 star rating but the length, lack in depth in some areas, and the poor ending shot it down for me. An important event near the ending seems to require a specific skill enhanced and by that a specific choice you have to make or "die", what i mean by "die" is you can come back to life but with drawbacks. If you do make that choice, it gives a strong feeling of not controlling the story at all and that you have to follow a laid out path and cant branch out. Its really a shame really, it seemed good with good reviews and has a pretty good concept story with fantasy but this seems really disappointing, im guessing why this is getting good reviews is maybe because of the sequel but im not sure and seems to be a big risk to take since it must be purchased.
Impossible! Hardly any opportunity to build up your stats and I can not beat the dragon wraith at the end for the life of me no matter which options I choose. Already restarted over five times trying to beat it! Turns out that unless you have a very specific skill you can't beat it, basically rendering every choice you've made previously useless. Not pleased and I really regret buying the second one before playing through the first :/
• UI update.
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