Root Letter Last Answer
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Developer: Kadokawa Games
Genre: Interactive Story
The drama set on the stage of the beautiful townscape in Shimane, Japan was reproduced more realistically by adopting a "Drama Mode" which is a live-action version produced with a cast of 90 people. A highly immersive story experience as if watching a TV drama was made possible due to this feature.
In the four “Answer” scenarios depicting the “The story” after the previous series, the surprising truth surrounding the legendary girl “Aya Fumino” and a heart-warming sequel of the main character, Max and his classmates are shown with breathtaking sceneries.
Features and Contents
・Utilize game elements such as searching for clues, presenting evidence and exploring environments to uncover the truth of this 15-year-old mystery.
・Switch from the original illustration mode to the new Live-Action mode to realistically experience the entire story.
・“Max Mode” for players to interact with the characters in the game
・5 different endings with wildly different routes for the player to enjoy, and
・4 additional epilogues to portray the story after the previous one.
Root Letter: Last Answer - Launch Trailer
Root Letter: Last Answer - Gameplay Trailer
Root Letter: Last Answer - Announcement Trailer
Root Letter: Last Answer adds even more to it, so fans of the original still have a legitimate reason to look into this new version. Just don’t bother with the live action visuals, unless you want to turn this charming light novel into a corny b-movie.
Root Letter is still a gorgeous story, told beautifully. I highly recommend players turn the photo-realism mode off and enjoy every second of the vibrant anime vision. Finally, while I might have my issues with this realism art, one thing can't be denied; it is so great to have this to play on the Nintendo Switch.