Love, Money, Rock’n’Roll
Nikolai, the son of two soviet engineers and a normal Japanese student, has no idea his world will soon be turned over. The familiar and dear will clash with the grim ghosts of the past in his soul. Now Nikolai will have to decide whom can he really trust and find out why those with power and money have taken an interest in him, the lives of average people insignificant to them.
Himitsu is Nikolai’s childhood friend. She is kind, caring, she always worries for him, sometimes even too annoyingly so. But is simple friendship really enough for her? Perhaps, the years of devotion earned her something more?
Catherine is Nikolai’s ex-girlfriend who left Japan about a year before the beginning of the game’s events. Their parting wasn’t the prettiest, and Nikolai still carries quite uncomfortable memories about it. Perhaps he would have forgotten them with time, but Catherine suddenly returns and, moreover, transfers into his class. Why did she return? Does she still love him? Does he still love her?
Ellie is the granddaughter of the board chairman of the school Nikolai goes to. She is a self-willed, proud girl and thinks highly of herself, but cannot be said to lack ardour. Is everything really as simple as it looks at the first glance, or is there more than meets the eye behind the image of a spoiled young lady?
Kagome is the representative of Nikolai’s class. He has never paid attention to her before, but a certain sequence of events makes them come to know each other. Kagome isn’t loved in the school, and she isn’t really burning with desire to become friends with anyone either. Is there a reason for her behaviour? What hides behind the facade of a simple unsociable girl? What secrets does she hide?
Four heroines, each with her own story and several possible endings
Over 100 backgrounds and over 100 event CGs
3,5+ hours of music
Unity3D as the game engine
Over 400 000 words in the script
Fully animated background and character sprites
Multiplatform (including web- and mobile versions)
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A fun arcade game. It kind of reminds me of the old Spy Hunter arcade game which was my favourite arcade game back in the late eighties. The retro and fuzzy retro graphics are fun but wish the text was more clear, as I can’t read some of it as it is.
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As the reviewer that has spent the most time with Night Jackal thus far, it’s bonkers.
The game is full of nostalgic charm, yet still manages to feel fresh and intuitive.
It’s a little bit like Spyhunter from another viewpoint, (Probably closest to the Spyhunter for the Tapwave Zodiac that nobody played but me). It’s got some fantastic Duke Nukem style one-liners like “I’m gonna sh*t on your entire family”. Everything about the game just oozes personality.
Gameplay is fast and twitchy too, you need to adapt to different situations like oil slicks, traffic, and enemy vehicles that not only attack you in different ways, but are also impervious to certain attacks.
Oh, Dungeon Master
This might be the worst game I have purchased or played. I play quite a few bad games, this one is exceptional in this regard, Your level and inventory resets every time you enter a dungeon. Four of the achievements might be impossible to get because of it.
Beyond that it is pretty awful across the board. Do not recommend,
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First off I hope you like subpar minecraft graphical style as that is what this is. No instructions no options screen to go into to find out what keys actually do anything. The object of the game is to go around and collect posters of scantily clad women. there are 25 different pictures you will need to collect every different one to get all of the achievements. in my two hours of play I managed to figure out how to get 25 total pictures not all different because they randomly generate when you die. so you must die or go into a cave to get the posters to regenerate to hope to get your 25. The problem comes in is when you go into a cave you loose your inventory completely and your stats that you have upgraded are lost and you are back to a basic character again. I managed to make it without any weapons to find a couple of posters in the caves. I do not know if you must go into the caves to get specific posters. However when I got my 25 I went back to the first cave where it tells you to collect 25 and bring them back when I did I saw them all go into the slot then 9 enemies spawn that you have nothing to fight them with and nothing to protect yourself so all you can do is run and leave the cave which puts you outside with nothing.