[Visual Novel Review]: Sekien no Inganock

Written by Silvachief

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Developer – Liar-soft

Translator – Amaterasu Translations

Length – 10-30 Hours

It’s pretty amazing that after four years of reading visual novels and having exhausted most of those currently translated to English that I can still encounter titles that are unlike anything I have read before. Sekien no Inganock features a relatively unique story, setting and art style that very quickly caught my attention, and though my interest waned markedly as the narrative progressed for a number of reasons I can confidently say that I don’t regret the time I put into it. Let down by some poorly considered plot devices and pacing issues, Sekien no Inganock is still a title that may be worth taking a look at if it sounds like your cup of tea.

Ten years ago the self-sufficient city of Inganock suffered The Revival, a calamity that resulted in it being cut off from the outside world. Overnight an impenetrable mist engulfed it, the populace began to mutate into a variety of weird and wonderful new shapes, and creatures

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