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- Many Roads to Victory A branching narrative and multiple endings ensure each player will be leading their own unique story! Choose carefully as each decision changes the path before you.
- The Danger is Real Prepare to be sucked into a virtual world like no other! Fraught with peril, every move could be your last.
- As the lone hope for Arcadia, only you can defeat the powerful forces of darkness!
- Period: Cube ~Shackles of Amadeus~ offers stylized characters, beautiful visuals and an intriguing story that will challenge your very perception of reality!
- Gripping Narrative with 30+ Hours of Gameplay
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Period Cube - PlayStation Vita
Many Roads to Victory A branching narrative and multiple endings ensure each player will be leading their own unique story! Choose carefully as each decision changes the path before you.
The Danger is Real Prepare to be sucked into a virtual world like no other! Fraught with peril, every move could be your last.
As the lone hope for Arcadia, only you can defeat the powerful forces of darkness.
Period: Cube ~Shackles of Amadeus~ offers stylized characters, beautiful visuals and an intriguing story that will challenge your very perception of reality.
Gripping Narrative with 30+ Hours of Gameplay.
In search of your older brother's whereabouts, you join the online RPG, 'Arcadia' in hope of discovering clues. Having lost consciousness after being drawn into a mysterious light, you wake up within the game's fantasy world! Confused and shaken by your strange yet familiar surroundings, you learn that the only way to escape this world of life-or-death is to clear the game. As the game world begins to crumble and fall apart, you'll have to rely on your expanding powers for survival!
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Overall, this was a great game and easily one of my favorites in the otome genre.
- Beautiful Artwork.
- 7 different enjoyable character paths. (I loved every good path but one.)
- Good overarching story about being trapped in an RPG. The concept itself may be a little overused but they added some unique elements that made the game interesting.
- The routes feel a little short, but with 7 different paths I feel like this is to be expected.
- Some bothersome plot holes
- Can be a little repetitive, especially when you first start a new path
Personal opinion: *****SPOILERS***** I will try to keep them to a minimum though.
-I hated the Poyo Poyo route. It seemed to heavily suggest that the poor MC was being molested in her sleep, and overall just left me feeling like I should wash my hands after going through it. The good ending wraps up well but I just couldn't shake the creepy, gross feel after everything the character does. However, I have to admit he makes for a damn good villain and I really liked the character in that sense. The best written villains truly believe they are in the right, and I think this game does a good job of making you understand where he is coming from.
- Demento's route is also abusive and I hated it at first as well. However, I feel like at the end of his good path he begins to redeem himself by acknowledging that he's done wrong and accepting that because of the things he's done he doesn't really have a place in the real world anymore. Then goes on to tell the MC that she belongs in the real world, that he had fun with being with her, and most importantly thanks her. In the after ending, he's still rough around the edges but I think, thanks in part to losing his memories, is changed for the better. In his perspective bit, he admits to being afraid of remembering since he can tell that he was someone who "lived off the misery of others." He wants to become a better person, and then maybe he can face the truth of the things he can't remember.
- Between the Poyo Poyo and Demento route what made the difference for me was that Poyo was unwilling to change and it took a "miracle" that had nothing to do with Poyo's personal choices to make a change. Poyo never really shows remorse for the wrongs he's done, or really even shows that he actually cares about the MC's feelings about everything, instead pushes his ideals on her like they were her own and expects that she will see things his way eventually. Demento on the other hand, as the story progresses, acknowledges his wrongs, comes to show that he cares about the MC, and does what he can to send her back to the real world like she wants. He shows a willingness to change even when he himself acknowledges it's too late for his redemption, and that's what set it apart for me.
- I <3 nerdy roll play Astrum. He's such a goober.
The art reminds me of the Black Wolves Saga- another of my favorite otome games, and the story is compelling. I looked up a guide in Japanese to help me along with the choices. I like to look up guides and just go straight to the endings I want to get to first.
I wish they would release more otome games like this in English, since it is a little difficult for me to follow along with games in Japanese sometimes. (I don't know the language too well yet.)
Anyway, I highly suggest that if you're a girl and you like the idea of playing a romantic choose-your-own adventure style game that you try Period Cube, or other games like Code Realize and Hakuoki. I really want to support these games being released in English.
Thanks for reading my review! ^-^
Most recent customer reviews
If you want is an easy platinum trophy, this is the game for you.
If you're looking for substance, look somewhere else.