Robotics;Notes Elite

Spike Chunsoft Co., Ltd., MAGES. Inc.

Strong Man
OpenCritic Rating
82
Top Critic Average
100%
Critics Recommend
Based on 10 critic reviews
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Robotics;Notes Elite

Rating Summary

Based on 10 critic reviews
Strong Man

OpenCritic Rating

82

Top Critic Average

100%

Critics Recommend

Based on 10 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:PCOct 13, 2020
Nintendo SwitchOct 13, 2020
PlayStation 4Oct 13, 2020

Developer: MAGES. Inc.

Publisher: Spike Chunsoft Co., Ltd.

Genres: Interactive Story, Adventure

Thanks to the rising popularity of the PhoneDroid—a device which features augmented reality (A.R.)—the age of advanced technology has finally reached Tanegashima. On that island, Central Tanegashima High's Robot Research Club is about to have their club disbanded. Despite their predicament, Kaito Yashio, one of only two members in the Robot Club, couldn't care less and would rather play a robot fighting game all day. His counterpart, the reckless club leader Akiho Senomiya, ignores Kaito’s apathy as she strives to keep the club from being disbanded by completing their giant robot. One day, Kaito discovers a mysterious A.R. annotation titled "Kimijima Report." It contains instructions involving locations all across the island—and warns of a conspiracy involving the entire world. Key Features Mystery in Tanegashima: Travel the island of Tanegashima and use the PhoneDroid to unlock the secrets sealed away by Ko Kimijima. The Story You Want to Tell: Branching storylines allow you to pursue the endings you wish to see with each character. A Dream Worth Fighting For: Only you can help the Robot Club pursue its dream of building a life-size Gunvarrel!

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Robotics;Notes Elite is a highly enjoyable experience to play through. While it isn't perfect, it is perhaps the easiest title to introduce a newcomer to the excellent SciADV series.

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Tanegashima offers a more relaxed adventure in the Science Adventure universe and is more than worth your time reading.

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The struggle with Robotics;Notes Double Pack is rather simple. It's a goofy game with a neat concept, but it takes a while before it catches you. The sequel does a better job of handling this, plus adding Daru to the cast is enough to get fans of Steins;Gate involved, though it's a big ask. If you're willing to invest in a new adventure that is more slice of life and less the gripping narrative of previous adventures, you'll probably enjoy it, otherwise, you might be better off skipping to the end.

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Robotics;Notes Elite is a great story and visual novel. It wraps everything in a very neat and slick package with little systems to keep the players brain from wandering, like the phones and encyclopaedia. This title moves visual novels as a medium forward with its CG and interactive scenes. If visual novels are of interest it would be a disservice to miss this Sci-Fi themed gem.

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