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Mediterranea Inferno

Lorenzo Redaelli, Eyeguys, Santa Ragione
Aug 24, 2023 - PC

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Critic Reviews for Mediterranea Inferno

Lorenzo Redaelli follows up 2020's uncompromising The Milky Way Prince: The Vampire Star with a pulverising, shape-shifting visual novel of friendship, post-COVID trauma, and horror in the blistering Italian sun that's as artistically dazzling as it is emotionally raw.

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Mediterranea Inferno is an achievement in storytelling - not only through it's uniquely direct tackling of the effects of COVID-19 on young adults, but in how it uses the most outlandish, awe-inspiring visuals and sounds to tell that story.

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A visual novel that relies on a syncretic and surreal language to fix exactly the present moment.

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Mediterranea Inferno is outrageously weird, intensely homoerotic, and absolutely wonderful, and I never wanted it to end.

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Mediterranea Inferno, from a gameplay point of view, is a solid visual novel in which the choices left in the hands of the player lead to radical turns, really giving the impression of being in control of events. However, the quality of the writing and the ability of its young author to deal with complex and multifaceted themes with great maturity, awareness, and courage in taking clear-cut positions (which should be common ground in 2023, but that's another matter) should be even more emphasized.

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Mediterranea Inferno offers an effective blend of story, artistic direction and characterization of the characters, flanked by a valuable sound sector.

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Mediterranea Inferno is a unique visual novel. Multiple endings allow for replayability, though the drug-induced sequences and unlikeable characters won't be for everyone. Nor will the explicit content. If you like your indie titles on the more obscure side, though, this one might be worth checking out.

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Mediterranea Inferno is a compelling adventure that shines when you notice how many questions and thoughts you will hold dear after going through its journey.

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