Visual novels, which are a type of interactive video game, have become more and more popular these days. They may not have a lot of action compared to your regular action-adventure video game, but they’re still fun to play nonetheless and can be a great way to pass the time.
One such game that some people have been looking forward to is Fateful End: True Case Files. Developed by Genuine Studio and published by Giiku Games, this point and click adventure allows you to become the detective you’ve always wanted to be.
Fateful End: True Case Files has an anime-like art style, and the story is all about a man who has to figure out who murdered him before it happens. You get to collect all kinds of items, some of which may seem insignificant at first but will prove to come in handy sooner than later.
It’s the type of crime visual novel that has you working the cogs in your brain to figure out what to do. You really have to be clever and think outside the box, especially when you find yourself stuck in a difficult situation or you’re in dire need to escape from a certain kind of trouble.
Fateful End: True Case Files may have a small roster of characters, but they’re relatively fleshed out which is always a great thing. In addition to that, you have a relationship web that you can check every once in a while to see your relationship with each character and how your relationship with each one changes as you progress through the story.
Of course, the choices you make play a huge role in this interactive title. Thanks to the relationship web feature, you will be able to really consider which character might have something against you, which can possibly lead you to those who are involved in your murder. After all, your killer is much closer than you think, so vigilance and quick thinking are key.
In any case, you have to do everything you can to ensure that the characters don’t find out that you find one of them suspicious. That being said, you need to constantly keep tabs on the characters whom you find doubtful while being as lowkey as possible, or else your friendship might also be on the line too.
What makes Fateful End: True Case Files even more interesting is the fact that it’s based on a real crime case that took place in Hong Kong. Genuine Studio’s interactive visual novel promises to provide you with a thrilling and heart-pounding experience as you get closer and closer to finding out the truth.
Those who are looking forward to playing the game for themselves don’t have to wait too long now. Fateful End: True Case Files is scheduled to release within a few days – more specifically on November 3, 2020 for PC as well as iOS and Android devices.
For more information, the game already has its own Steam page where you can add it to your wishlist if you don’t want to miss its release and any updates regarding the game.