Swirls of a burning amber shade shine upon the black metal panels of the opulent limousine; they illuminate the interior of the car despite its heavily tinted windows. Still, the mysterious and poetic atmosphere created by this dimming light does not put you at ease, far from it.
You rub your fingers over the cream-colored letter in a nervous manner; its smooth cotton structure and intricate watermarks underline the seriousness of the organization that sent it to you. The missive, quite short and right to the point, was more akin to a summon than an invitation.
It is now time for you to claim your birthright. You must face the Guardians.
This game is set up with some decently written story, but the majority of the game will see you staring at a combat screen making one of three possible attacks and a guard option against your opponents whom you are trying to beat to reach the best ending. While playing through what is available in the game so far, I didn't discover any transformation content but it is quite possible that it was from my options chose OR the current game release just didn't have it. Adult content in the game occurs when you lose (all submissive stuff) but that's about it. Possibly an abandonware game as it has been many years since there was another update.
Holds some promise but I wasn't committed enough to the story past the two guardians I challenged and beat to stay interested.
Worth a look.
play now leads to car website.
Pass. Games with music and photographs make me extremely uncomfortable.
The game is very similar to Hummingbirds, by the same developer. The combat (thus far) has been stripped of any special moves, which to my mind is a step backward. You spend most of the time waiting to choose between 3 buttons and whether you win or lose is largely dependant on whether you manage to stun your opponent when they wind up for a big move, which is pure luck. If you fail you're normally stunned and your energy bar is reduced, a double hit that results in an enforced pause followed by a further wait as you do nothing trying to rebuild your energy bar.
There is a scene offered (typically sub) when you lose so you might want to lose once to see what it is, but after that you just want to win to move the story on. However I wouldn't want them stripped out because without them the game is just a short (but expanding) adult CYOA story.
I am not that far in yet, but I really want to note that I just like how sleek the presentation, interface etc., are so far. Really gives it a high quality feel right from the start.