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Humanity Must Perish

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Humanity Must Perish is a short, comedic visual novel. It has only one choice, which determines the ending. As an android whose sole purpose is to save planet Earth from destruction at the hands of mankind, Kyuu minces no words as she announces her plans to extinguish the human race. For the sake of preserving planet Earth, humanity must perish. Failing that, mankind must be enslaved. Those are the only two options, and if Kyuu has her way, the former will soon become a reality. Before she can do so, however, her creator makes a proposition: Kyuu will spend one day among regular, everyday human beings, judging for herself whether they are capable of meaningful change or not. Kyuu accepts this proposition, and thus sets out into the world for the first time, coming face to face with a variety of odd individuals as she decides the fate of mankind. Will Kyuu's colorful encounters show her the good in human society? Or will the bizarre antics of those who she meets reaffirm her belief that mankind must be destroyed? Whatever her decision may be, the impressions Kyuu leaves on those she meets won't soon be forgotten. She is a harsh critic, and for a race as flawed as mankind, her observations and misunderstandings will be boundless.
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Zetsubou
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Zetsubou
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Not rated
Website
https://zetsubou.games/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 1Ghz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX or OpenGL compatible card
  • Storage: 1 GB available space

System requirements for macOS

Minimum:
  • OS: Mac OS 10.4
  • Processor: 1Ghz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX or OpenGL compatible card
  • Storage: 1 GB available space

System requirements for Linux

Minimum:
  • OS: Ubuntu 12.04
  • Processor: 1Ghz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX or OpenGL compatible card
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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It Is a game in which you spend 1 day of the life of a robot walking among human beings, is a relatively short game, but is pretty good, worth playing. Graphically: The scenarios are very well done. For now my favorite CG is the end of bad Music: Quiet and very close to the environment, what if for some can be a bit repetitive depends on how fast you've passed the game. It'S good for listening. History: As I said, is something short, I still want to know the other 49,999 jokes Kyuu, you can easily finish in an hour, and for the finals is simply load if you do not want to go back to the experience. On the other hand, it has quite emotional things about the finals: The Apocalypse gives a little sadness to how everything has ended so fast and easy, the most sensitive will move. The reactions of the teacher as it goes from being happy for the day of Kyuu to his verdict of Exterminating is a carousel of emotions and makes you feel empathy for his situation and as his anticipation ends in disappointment. The CG paints a world where there is no humanity and green has re-dominated over what was once a metal jungle. What Kyuu tells you and how it proceeded with the problems of nuclear reactors that were left walking lets you understand that many people died while they were working or taking care of those dangerous materials. The One of salvation very much shakes the exprecions of joy of the professor, the solutions of Kyuu are a huge expenditure of time which she could complete, but that perhaps late years to complete. I find it somewhat incomfortable what the cosplay, apparently Kyuu ended up being a friend of the otaku girl and the noble guy, which means that day that happened was a before and after, and can be taken as that day is part of one of the most important of his existence in his Data bank. What I do, I'm surprised that the otaku girl has not realized that the other is a robot and/or continue to take it as a normal person, if ordinary people started to feel interest in free energy, they should know it or recognize it as a robot and not a common human being. Desconosco if the cosplay as they mentioned an "Android-robot" was for the cosplay or because they knew who was Kyuu. I Must say that I liked a little more the end bad to the good, summarizing as I felt: The good gives more satisfaction, and feel partly joy. The bad guy is very emotional if you analyze it carefully, human beings become a lost civilization. I Would Give a 8/10 for what it is, could be better if you polish a little more history, is very short the time Kyuu passes between people to get results, as mentioned in another review, the characters that were really interesting were the last two S. Lengthen the time of play (That day to pass to MAS) is expensive for the creator, although with the potential that has the concept of the novel could happen much more things and this game would happen to be a oneshot/short version of a novel a lot longer and elaborate. And on the other hand, so as it is, lengthen the story after the finals do not think it is very convenient (what I mean is that it can be like those games that do not continue and do not need to add a continuation.) Although I must admit that it makes me want to see a little more of our Android with ion Cannon Would Be interesting to see that in the apocalypse a new civilization reappears and wakes Kyuu of his dream. That would lead to a new story Play it if you have time, it's worth it, do not expect much of a game with a playtime of 1 to 2 hours and 10 minutes if you don't mind the story.
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