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Tales of the Black Forest Free Download Repacklab High school student Kihara Kashin is trapped by an unknown force in Kuromori-chō. She accidentally ran into Kiritani Yuki who told her she had to travel to the past in order to get out of Kuromori-chō. And so, the adventure begins. What lies ahead, is not just the secrets hidden behind Kuromori-chō, but the strange and exciting world of yōkai. The main story has three immersive chapters. The story is based on historical events mixed with our own imagination to provide an unusual and attractive narrative. Simple and descriptive narration and dialogue. The game also provides a thrilling adventure. You will meet a diverse cast of characters along your journey, and you will never feel alone in Tales of the Black Forest. On a side note, there will be LOTS of cats!!!! SEXY GAMES
Unique Japanese setting with a pixel anime style that will please your eyes. Puzzles at the right difficulty and thought-provoking riddles to provide you with such a smooth ride you’ll never get bored in this world. With so many Easter Eggs and bonuses scattered around Kuromori-chō, we invite you to discover them all! They might just make your day.English subtitles proofread by woosk from Visual novel, JRPG, Anime and partner website Sinical Network. Other than the great story, this game is visually beautiful. It has a simple pixel art style, that is reminiscent of rpg maker games to some extent, but at the same time it has details that make it stunning without being too flashy. Maybe I am not good at describing how things look, but just trust me that this thing looks great.
The main selling point of the game is in its storytelling. The world of Tales of the Black Forest is separated into 3 interconnecting chapters, each focusing on someone and the event that was happening around them. The story has a different vibe on each chapter, although one thing is certain: it does a good job in delivering a heartwarming story at the end. I know that creating good storytelling with just 2D sprites is not easy, but this game does it seamlessly. Since the storytelling focuses on a different person in each chapter, the story is obviously non-linear. You’ll find some clues of what was happening to a certain event, which will help you in understanding another event in a bigger picture. It might be hard to keep track of all of them, especially with the recurring names. Remember Me
but the game is kind enough to give you some explanation about it. There might still be some mysteries lying around, but I found it to be concluded nicely at the end. The translation might hinder you from enjoying the story to its fullest. It tends to not translate some words, whether it’s some locations or simple terms. Some words like “komusume-chan” can be translated into English nicely without ruining the sentences, but the translator decides to just give a translation note surrounded in brackets when you encounter it for the first time. People who do not know Japanese terms might have trouble understanding these words sometimes, especially when you also have to remember a lot of Japanese names in the process.
Although the story is the main focus of the game, there were times when you have to walk around, whether to initiate another cutscene or solve some puzzles. Important objects are marked in the game, making it easier to locate where you are supposed to look. If you are the adventurer type, some additional dialogues will also available to give a conclusion to some characters after you progress the story. They are not related to the main story though, so you can safely ignore them if you choose to do so. Several puzzles are available to break the repetitiveness. Puzzles in the first half of the game usually take the form of finding some number combinations based on the provided hints, although the second half of the game starts to be more creative with its puzzle-like minigame. Space Hulk Deathwing Enhanced Edition
I wish that the game will do these puzzles right from the start since it helps to break the monotonous pace. Length and Replayability The game lasts for about ~5h. Despite it having two endings, the point of no return is obvious and the game is kind enough to tell what you have to do to reach both endings. That being said, there is no point to replay the game since you can save before the point of no return to unlock both endings at once. This game follows Kihara Kashin, a high school student who had woken up in Kuromori-chō, a village deep in the mountains, during her train trip back home. In this place, she meets with Kiritani Yuki who tells her that the way to get back, is with the help of a certain item that would allow Kashin to travel trough time.
One of the most beautiful games I’ve ever played, it far exceeded any expectation I had. It’s simple and yet complex; rich but not overwhelming. It’s a short journey, but every second is precious. Tales of the Black Forest is an experience I want to remember; and come back to someday. It has a very captivating story, with few, equally appealing, subplots. All the characters you’ll meet are memorable, no matter if they’re a major character or not, and you’ll be able to spot on them the dedication and love the developers put into this adventure. This title transits with the utmost care on the fine line between tragedy and happiness, something that is only possible due to the great writing it has. It’s a very rewarding experience, because as a player you’ll get to feel both extremes. Unplugged VR
Many moments will be heart-wrenching, but in the end there is always a way to fix things, to make it better and reach happiness. I like happy endings, I like things that can be fixed through good intentions and a good heart, and this game provides great conclusions to every arc that comes up. It’s very linear, so it’s not that hard to experience everything this game has to offer. Other than the great story, this game is visually beautiful. It has a simple pixel art style, that is reminiscent of rpg maker games to some extent, but at the same time it has details that make it stunning without being too flashy. Maybe I am not good at describing how things look, but just trust me that this thing looks great. The characters, at least the main ones, have portraits that will appear when you talk to them.
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Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: WIN7 SP1/WIN8/WIN10/XP
Processor: 1.2 GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX 9 compatible graphics card
Storage: 1 GB available space
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