Echo Tokyo: Intro is a mini-game that acts as an introduction to the Echo Tokyo world and its people.
Included within are short interactive graphic novels telling origin stories of some of the main characters of the city.
Currently the game includes the following stories:
Shizume's Origin Story - Which includes full voice acting and narration.
Coming within the next few weeks is a second story that will introduce Keiji to you all, a powerful mercenary within the game. We hope to then continue to publish more stories gradually as development of the larger open world game continues.
About Echo Tokyo:
Echo Tokyo is the last bastion of humanity. A nuclear fog has made street level uninhabitable.
Now hundreds of years later Echo Tokyo lives on, by building bridges and platforms between the skyscrapers to create a new city in the sky.
This cyber punk city somehow manages to function without government or law, where the companies rule and order is what people make it for themselves.
Shizume Misaki - Origin
The first short graphic novel story introduces Shizume Misaki, in this fully voiced graphic novel telling her tale as she begins working as a Fixer within Echo Tokyo. It is said that a fixer will take any job as long as the price is right. Though many act mainly as private investigators, many others will do any job to pay the rent. What will become of Shizume on one of her first big jobs as she visits into the most dangerous area of the city... The Slums.
This story includes over 5000 words of spoken lines. As well as 80 unlockable illustrations to the complete the story.
Keiji Light - Origin
The second short graphic novel story introduces Keiji Light and is due to be released within the next four weeks. This fully voiced graphic novel telling his tale, from when he was abducted and experimented on as a child and what that means for him now.
More details on this story is coming soon.
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A project that had success on kickstarter, though i don't think its worth the 2 bucks. You get approximately 30 minutes of content. Yes, its a visual novel but i expected at least its introduction title to be a free demo or sorts, instead its a paid demo. The first episode of Life is Strange is free, thus giving you a small sample of a story free of charge, so you can at least make an idea if you want to pay for it later or not whenever its free sample is good. Your choices in the novel are limited and have no consequences whatsoever, it progresses too fast for you to have time to care for anyone. I might be biased but i always loved a dystopian setting, and if they had put more effort into it i might've probably liked. Otherwise i don't really recommend it. Even as a free product you probably won't be too interested as there are tons of better free novels and comics on the internet.
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