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Selenon Rising - Episode 1: Darkness Falls

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General Information

Available on:PCApr 29, 2016

Developer: Fastermind Games

Publisher: Sekai Project

Genre: Interactive Story

Selenon Rising is a sci-fi noir, episodic, mystery visual novel. Buying the base game will give access to Episode 1, with further episodes to be released as DLC in the coming months. The age of the Selenon has begun. When these all-powerful beings arrived to take control of Earth, no one could stand in their way. Now, they rule over humanity from the dark side of the Moon, and the Bureau of Human Protection presides over the last vestiges of the human race. They have forced humankind to obey a single law - halt all technological progress or be annihilated. Violet is an agent of SPECTRA, a group of psychics who work for the Bureau. She and her partner Blue have been given a new assignment - find the culprit of a murder. It seems clear-cut, but things are never that easy... especially when they involve the New Moon Resistance, a group of freedom fighters who want to stop the Selenon at any cost. Their investigation leads to a web of secrets that may reveal humanity's ultimate fate. But first, Violet must discover them before it is too late.

Selenon Rising - Episode 1: Darkness Falls Critic Reviews

As intriguing as the world building is, it does not feel fully fleshed out yet. This is likely due in part to the episodic nature of this series. Selenon Rising Episode 1 is but the first of a four episode set, after all. Even so, aspects such as a budding romance between two characters seems to come much too quickly and feels forced rather than a natural progression. In other aspects, the ratcheting up of drama gets incredibly intense all of a sudden in a way that feels a bit annoying.

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The point-and-click sections seemed lazy and rather poorly thought out; and they're drawn in black and white, a strange choice for an otherwise beautifully colourful game

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