Angels with Scaly Wings Reviews
From our younger days, the idea of there being parallel worlds or mythical creatures are highlighted amongst many tales. Witches brewing cauldrons and dragons flying high above the clouds could possibly exist, according to the stories you were told. One game that brings the idea of dragons to life is Angels with Scaly Wings. This visual novel takes you on an adventure as you travel to a different dimension through a portal. This is a world of dragons going about their day to day life, but your arrival looms trouble. As you find yourself in the deep end, now trying to solve a murder mystery, the story takes you on a whirlwind adventure. Meeting new people, solving crimes, and discovering new locations, all come together to tell a tale unique to Nintendo Switch.
Angels with Scaly Wings manages to combine very well a sci-fi narrative and dragon romance. Although some plot elements are less developed than they should be, it is a well-developed and captivating visual novel. Anyone interested in the premise is likely to have a great time.
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Angels with Scaly Wings has mostly good sci-fi writing, and the choices it presents are welcomed, leading to replay value. The shallow romantic subplots have me hoping that a prequel/sequel has a bit more thought, though.
Travel to a mysterious world and learn the secrets behind its appearance, while also finding some love in the process within Angels With Scaly Wings.
Angels with Scaly Wings succeeds in many areas where most visual novels do not, but its failure in the fundamentals of the genre keep it from being a great game.
Angels with Scaly Wings generally overcomes its goofy setup and simplistic presentation to deliver a character-driven plot with some good surprises, making for a decent little diversion of a game.
A strong story coupled with well-written characters is brought down by cringeworthy romancing. Angels With Scaly Wings is a rather enjoyable yarn irrespective of your ability to woo dragons.
A decently well-written game that almost elevates its silly concept with a heavily interwoven narrative that makes creative use of multiple replays. It's ultimately unable to get away from the stigma of being a 'dragon porn' game but doesn't completely succeed as one either.