Exogenesis ~Perils of Rebirth~
Beschreibung / Über Exogenesis ~Perils of Rebirth~
Exogenesis ~Perils of Rebirth~ is an epic ADVENTURE GAME/VISUAL NOVEL HYBRID which combines the point-and-click gameplay of adventure games with the heavy focus on storytelling found in visual novels.
It’s 2069. Yudai Sayashi’s ragtag club of “treasure hunters” known as Durchhalten faces tragedy, as Yu’s sister Miho carelessly triggers a trap that kills her.
Two years later, Yu comes across a startling discovery. The mythical Noah’s Ark, borne of legend by those who believe the Old World can be restored, turns out to be real.
Yu learns about the existence of the Lazarus Protocol inside Noah’s Ark – a system that can recreate anything from the past – and goes on a search for the Ark, believing Miho can be brought back to life.
Before setting out to find the Ark, however, Yu must reunite the now defunct Durchhalten. The group had disbanded after the tragic incident, and he wants everyone to be there when Miho opens her eyes once more.
- Many hours of gameplay – A full-length adventure several novels long, a world to explore, as well as numerous puzzles to solve.
- Important moral choices that affect how the story plays out.
- High replay value with multiple endings and branching story paths.
- Memorable cast of characters whose fates are determined by your decisions.
- Stunning rendition of post-apocalyptic Japan with real-life landmarks.
- Mysterious, intricate plots both personal and of larger scale.
- Mind-boggling, thematic puzzles – Contextual puzzles that make sense to the game world and aren’t just there for the heck of it.
- Character interrogation – Gather physical and circumstantial evidence and use those as leverage in recruiting your former comrades.
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⚙️ Systemanforderungen - Exogenesis ~Perils of Rebirth~
- OS: Windows 7/8/8.1/10
- Processor: Core 2 Duo (Core i3 or higher recommended)
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: OpenGL or DirectX Compatible Graphics Card
- DirectX: Version 10
- Storage: 6 GB available space