Root Double -Before Crime * After Days- Xtend Edition – Review

Written by Ryan Fabian

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It’s not too often we get visual novels that try to break out of the mold with unique ways of storytelling or gameplay mechanics. I mean, the storytelling is the biggest aspect in any visual novel, but when visual novel developers also try to find different ways of using gameplay mechanics with the story — it’s very much appreciated. Root Double -Before Crime * After Days- Xtend Edition does achieve that by bringing different, unconventional methods into the medium with its Senses Sympathy System and intertwining story chapters. And there are a lot of those chapters!

Great Premise and Story, but…

On the surface, Root Double -Before Crime * After Days looks like a very straight-forward game, but in actuality, it is not. The story seems simple at the beginning with the core story being centered around the characters and how they are all related to the nuclear research facility known as “LABO.” The way the story chapters intertwine with the facility and characters is quite exhilarating because they all have a story and secret behind them —

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