Octave is a point 'n click horror-adventure game with elements of action and quest.
You play the role of a guy who happens to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. You are dragged into a dark forest, but on the verge of death, you are mysteriously saved from your killer by a someone or something.
As you venture deeper into the woods you find yourself surrounded by atrocity. You realise that salvation can turn out to be a real nightmare. All the way through fear you seek out the mysteries of the dark forest.
The struggle for life has only just begun!
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Great Game This is an interesting game from a certain point of view. I enjoyed playing it, does have a special graphic and great game mechanics, the overall sound is good. Keeps you entertained and satisfied.
Octave is an indie horror point and click adventure. The sounds, character models, and backgrounds are of a good quality that you would hope to find in a better title. The game is very short but you will likely end up taking a lot more time than you would have to due to not having an instructions given to you, instead just controlling a guy in some seemingly random place. You start out having to light candles as you move through different parts of the map then having to solve a visual puzzle with candles, you will think you are just getting started when you enter the next area but have already played a large portion of the game. It can be difficult to tell what you are able to interact with, luckily there is a button to click that will highlight intractable areas. There is no dialogue and any narrative you get out of the game will have to be pieced together by what you thought of the experience. Decent atmosphere aside this game isn't really worth the price.
Gal*Gun: Double Peace is a fan service based on rail light-gun style shooter. You need to fight off hordes of schoolgirls chasing after you by firing pheromones at them in order to subdue them. The game does offer replay value by giving you different choices of girls for your character to be in love with, dialogue options, route options, and different mini games. There is really nothing interesting about the shooting segments or mini games from a gameplay perspective, certain types of girls have different weakness if you shoot them in different spots but it's never difficult to just keep clicking anywhere. The PC version suffers from some issues such as a missing opening sequence that is in the other versions, without the touchscreen you end up just having to rub the mouse over things for certain scenes, people have had problems with the game crashing on certain routes, and ever since the release of last generation consoles nothing really supports well functioning lightgun accessories and PC never has so shooting isn't that fun (not that the shooting is really where this game means for you to get your enjoyment out of anyway). Even if you would enjoy this kind of game it is massively overpriced and to make things worse has 21 $5 DLCs, two $10 DLCs, and one $90 DLC, if they were willing to charge so much it would be nice if they could at least fix some of the game's issues. It can be somewhat amusing and offer replay value but the uninteresting gameplay, high price, and nothing particularly great about the art.
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