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Rising Angels: Reborn

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Despite brilliance and skill, Natalie Puccile, a Special Investigations and Tactics officer with the Katajion Directorship, has spent her career watching over a listening post in the middle of deep space. After the orders that she has always dreamed of finally arrive, she finds herself in charge of a small destroyer and tasked with discovering the fate of a missing research team investigating an ancient civilization. Mystery swirls all around her as she reunites with old friends, meets emotional trials head-on, and faces the danger with new allies.

As the universe she knows falls apart around her, it is up to Natalie’s brilliance and the dedication of the crew of the KSS Nimross to avert a galaxy-shattering event that could spell the end of all space travel. With determination in her heart, Natalie rises to the chance to beat back the danger and perhaps find love in the twinkling lights of the distant stars.
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IDHAS Studios
Sekai Project
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System requirements for Linux

  • Processor: 1.2 GHz Pentium 4
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Storage: 144 MB available space

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 1.2 GHz Pentium 4
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Storage: 144 MB available space

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: OS X 10.6
  • Processor: Any 64 bit processor
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Storage: 144 MB available space
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Rising Angels: Reborn reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
A beautiful Anime Game:D Unfortunately, such Games are always so short but still entertaining (if you value Story). Lots of different Characters and different Decision-making Paths. I've only been through it 1x so far, but will definitely play it again at some point. For a "Free to play" very good. :)
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Microsoft from Deutsch
I really liked the characters and the story was not bad either, however I would have enjoyed a few more choices or more romance options. The music was good, but well after the second time I started it, I felt like it wouldn't matter what I choose, beside from different endings. I tried everything out, but my first choice was always right. It is rare that I get the perfect ending the first time I'm playing. For a free game very good, and it has more choices than some other novels I guess.
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Microsoft from French
This is the first game of this type to which I try, and it is rather pleasant in spite of a sensation, obliged to tell me to be dirigisme. The story is rather pleasant, making us embody a young officer assuming a first "command" on a spaceship, and confronts us with his doubts, learning teamwork after a first very solitary assignment. Therefore, the main part of the plot going into space in a kind of closed-door, is based on the psychology of the various members of the crew and on how it makes us consider the history and the few crucial and moral choices that one can do. As can be seen the small library on the various Nations and races accessible on the title screen, the history of the game is quite worked, even if in the case of the races, one has a bit the impression that the crew testifies of a somewhat forced diversity-the theme is enormously present through a character who seems critical in this regard at the outset. There is also a "Romance", but I was disappointed on this point because the scenario gave hope for a choice between at least two, when we have in the end only the choice to avoid the romance to which we are directed-and whose nature is quite "peculiar." It is the same with regard to the purposes: there are several, with sympathetic images to unlock, but one of them is called "good end", when others seem to me equally valid (that being the choice between the way of the soldier, more loyal, or the Warrior, freer, who runs throughout the game, and that is bound to this obligatory Romance). Apart from these damaging points, the drawings and expressions of protagonists are pleasant (the correct but more innocuous decorations), and there is a lot of humor. The service life is very correct, therefore despite some thematic reservations, this remains a pretty nice game.
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