Goblins on the March: Breed All Humans! [Final] [CHAOS-R]

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  • swipe down to hide the ui
  • swipe left to roll back
  • swipe right to start skipping of text
  • swipe 2x left&right to open the game menu
  • swipe up&down to toggle a small window with memory usage information
  • longpress the save file thumbnail in the save/load screen to delete this slot

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Editor's Rating

Story - The game envelops players in a world where monsters conquer and seduce women, and it doesn't shy away from exploring this controversial theme. Although the narrative can feel somewhat stereotypical at times, it manages to maintain a certain allure throughout the experience. While not groundbreaking, the story is intriguing enough to keep players engaged, especially if they enjoy this particular niche. - 71%
Visual - One aspect of this game that shines is its art, which is undeniably mesmerizing. The beautiful CGs draw players into a world teeming with attractive characters and lush backgrounds. The attention to detail in the character designs and the atmospheric settings is commendable. However, despite the impressive visuals, the game falls short in providing an adequate number of CGs per scene. - 75%
Engagement - This is where Goblins on the March: Breed All Humans! stumbles. The gameplay mechanics fail to deliver a truly immersive experience. The extra steps added to the standard visual novel format provide a sense of progression, but they lack depth and complexity. It feels as if the developers missed an opportunity to create a more engaging and interactive gameplay experience. - 84%
Core Loop - The core loop of the game lacks innovation. The mechanics resemble those found in visual novels from the early-mid 2000s, providing an underwhelming experience for those expecting more. It feels like a missed chance to introduce fresh gameplay elements that would have elevated the overall enjoyment and replayability of the game. As a result, players may find themselves repeating similar actions with little variation, leading to a sense of monotony. - 55%


out off 100%

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

User Rating: 2.29 ( 9 votes)

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