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Reina’s Desire [v0.2.5] [puppiesandboobies]

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Editor's Rating

Story - Reina's Desire spins a tale that has the potential to captivate players, even though the game's length restricts the full exploration of its narrative depths. However, the writing falls short of its photorealistic art counterpart. The dev's choice of translation leads to a clash with the art style, unsettling the overall experience. Characters' dialogue and interactions feel out of place, hindering immersion. - 65%
Visual - Reina's Desire excels in the visual department, displaying remarkable artwork that occasionally borderlines on photorealism. The attention to detail in character design is commendable, but there is occasional inconsistency. Some backgrounds adopt a simpler, cartoonish style that clashes with the highly-detailed characters. It's akin to witnessing a cheaply drawn comic-like backdrop overlaid with a photorealistic figure. Despite this occasional discrepancy, the overall visual presentation is praiseworthy. - 85%
Engagement - The game showcases both strengths and weaknesses in terms of player engagement. While players may encounter obstacles such as minor inconsistencies like characters wearing improper attire for the season, Reina's Desire still manages to keep players engaged through its story setup and well-crafted characters. The potential for an immersive experience lingers, but some aspects need polishing to ensure a more seamless player engagement. - 73%
Core Loop - Reina's Desire offers a core loop that would benefit from refinement. Choices provided to players often result in limited consequences, leaving little impact beyond superficial notifications of approval from other characters. Furthermore, the language barrier due to the game's translation appears to hinder players in understanding the implications of their choices. The game's true potential lies in expanding upon meaningful decision-making, allowing players to shape the story and characters. - 71%

74%

out off 100%

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

User Rating: 3.44 ( 25 votes)

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9 Comments

  1. Art’s inconsistency is distracting. It’s different which is good, but creator is having problems having the same person look the same in any two scenes. Bad English is also distracting but this is normal. Story is above average, typical kind of all over the place you get in early stage harem games.

      1. They are AI generated, but as a visual novel it’s very distracting to have the look of the characters change so drastically. It’s the visual equivalent of a horrible English translation.

        Whomever wrote the initial review for the site says, “Reina’s Desire excels in the visual department, displaying remarkable artwork that occasionally borderlines on photorealism,” giving the visual aspect an 85%. This is bollocks. Each frame is passable as AI art generation is very good at imagining a single thing, but ask it for the exact same person in different situations and it begins to fall apart making the game visually ON THE WHOLE to be a mess.

        The story is better than I thought it would be and I will continue to follow it, but unless the creator gets a handle on the prompts they’ve been using it won’t be because “the overall visual presentation is praiseworthy”.

  2. it’s not a bad start for the game, but honestly saying it is so obviously pushing a certain agenda that it really puts me off. I have no problem when devs have certain opinions and put them in their games, but it gets really unpleasant when devs try to push their ideology within the game and overdo it so that you as the player can not see anything past the agenda.

    1. What agenda? I played the whole thing so far (it’s okay) but didn’t see any strong pushing of agenda.

      1. Old mate Anon is so far down the nutbag rabbit hole that they see everything as an agenda. It’s a pretty disturbing mental illness really.

        1. I considered that as a possibility, but normally people with neurosis that lead toward conspiracy theories are eager to share their insane views as loudly as possible.

          You’re probably right and I should count my blessings that they never responded.

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