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Freyata [v1.0.0.1][Final] [Kuuraaku]

This game contains bizarre elements, cruelty, fresh blood, mutilations, wounds, internal organs, etc.
For sensitive people it’s better not to try to play this game.

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Editor's Rating

Story - Freyata, developed by Kuuraaku, presents an interesting concept but falls short in execution. The storyline initially promises potential, but unfortunately, it fails to deliver a captivating narrative experience. The intro, albeit lengthy and unskippable, attempts to set the stage but ends up feeling generic and lacking depth. - 47%
Visual - Visually, Freyata demonstrates some commendable efforts. The use of the Unreal Engine showcases detailed character models and environments. However, there are evident flaws in animation and camera movements, which detract from the overall experience. Additionally, the lack of sound options and key bindings is a glaring oversight, hindering immersion within the game. - 60%
Engagement - Here's where Freyata stumbles the most. The gameplay aspects are severely lacking, leaving players with a sense of boredom and frustration. It primarily functions as a scene viewer and walking simulator, offering minimal interactivity. The fragmented choices available during dungeon interactions fail to create substantial engagement, often leading to repetitive animation loops that quickly become tiresome. - 28%
Core Loop - The core loop in Freyata is disappointingly shallow. Players advance by repeatedly pressing the "E" key, watching uninspired animations that lack creativity. The limited options within the dungeon interactions provide little variation, making the experience feel monotonous and lacking in substance. The poorly implemented sounds further detract from any attempt at creating an immersive atmosphere. - 16%


out off 100%

This review is based on author's perspective and actual experience may differ on individual's own preferences.

User Rating: 1.11 ( 18 votes)

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