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  • Summary: 3 short stories, written in Ren’py, with choices and various endings. The world of Medocorilia and the adventures of Elrica, Denis, Jesabel and Manolita.
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  1. Feb 26, 2019
    5
    There are some really good parts to the three stories in Entre-Deux: Cursed but they only show themselves a little bit. They feel a bitThere are some really good parts to the three stories in Entre-Deux: Cursed but they only show themselves a little bit. They feel a bit rushed in many parts which is sad because they seem to have a great deal of lore to them. That is almost part of the issue. Much of the lore is not explained or not explained very much. Terms, places, religions, there is a whole world going on in these stories but I haven’t the faintest idea what this world is most of the time. The soundtrack is good, a bit repetitive but good none the less. The Entre-Deux story was by far the best of the bunch. Dark Fairies and Cursed Queen was also decent. Witch and Seimoya was easily the weakest. It lacked any real chocies to make to affect the story. All 3 sufffered from a turn based combat part in which you have no control over which moves are used which makes the entire battle random and out of your hands. This should have been scrapped or the player should be given more choice in the combat like a real turn based strategy game. It was infuriating to have to redo one battle three times due to no fault of my own.

    I played Entre-Deux: Cursed on Linux on version 2.0 of the game. It never crashed on me once. I didn’t encounter any typos or spelling errors. It supported manual saves and plenty of slots for them. I finished all three stories in a total of 32 minutes. I am not against short games if it provides a good experience but the developer should have taken a bit more time to flesh out the stories more given all of the background details and so they didn’t feel so rushed. I paid $2.29 CAD for it and while that isn’t much money it still feels a bit light for content. There are a lot of visual novels out there which offer a better story, more chocies and similar cost. I think the developer shows potential with this and hopefully their other games hit the mark better.

    My Score: 5.5/10

    My System:

    AMD Ryzen 5 2600X | 16GB DDR4-3000 CL15 | MSI RX 580 8GB Gaming X | Mesa 18.3.3 | Manjaro Mate | Kernel 4.20.11-1-MANJARO
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