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Steam Prison

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SettingThere are two kinds of people: the rulers and the ruled. The Heights are a gorgeous utopia. The Depths, a filthy industrial wasteland. Our heroine, raised in the Heights, has nothing but contempt for those below. Now an observation mission requires her to descend into that world, and the gears of fate have begun to turn.FeaturesA full length otome visual novel in a fantasy setting.
A complete Japanese voice cast excepting the main character and the ability to name your character, for full immersion.
Choices, so you decide how the story goes!

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7+
  • Processor: Pentium 4+
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1280 x 720 Supported
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Direct Sound Compatible PCM device
  • Processor: Dual Core E8400+
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM

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Steam Prison-A cute adventure visual novel in Otoe genre with a nonlinear storyline and atmosphere in the style of steampunk. The Game begins with the presentation of the main character-Sayra Tistella-a girl from a wealthy family, she decides to work as a policeman at the Heights, Heights-an elegant kingdom with rich houses and generally happy citizens. Of course, crimes sometimes happen here, criminals are just sent to an underground prison in the Depths. For all citizens of Heights, Depths-a terrible place where no one would want to find themselves, they represent nothing but a huge prison, which is full of evil criminals. That's Why Sayra and her partner Fin become shocked when it turns out that their last task for the release of full-fledged officers-to visit the Depths. Everything goes surprisingly smoothly during this quick visit, until Sayra returns home to his family, and as you can see from the first moments of the game, it turns out that her parents were tragically killed that night. All the blame rests on her, someone framed her, Sayru immediately sent to live in the Depths. So begins her journey into the world, new, both for her and the player. The novel is beautifully painted, worked out the smallest details, traits of heroes, backs, perfectly implemented the atmosphere of anime-steampunk, and the emotions of the characters with love handed over by the artist. Japanese Voice will come to them life, except for Sayra, which remains silent traditionally for the main characters of visual novels. The Soundtrack of the game always corresponds to the situation, it does not exceed expectations, but sensitively picked up and always plays in the theme (battle, romance, etc.). No matter How beautiful and sound The game is, Steam Prison has a few drawbacks. As you would expect, in this game there are bad endings, but they are not very cool implemented, few people want to spend five to ten hours in the game, only to see how their hero attains any terrible fate. Although It's all on the fan, someone might want to go through the game far and wide to open all the endings. The Walkthrough becomes much easier by reading the text and choosing a different color after You have already seen it. In any case, expect the initial walkthrough to take seven to ten hours, after that can easily exceed twenty hours if You want to complete the game completely. The Player can always check his completion status in the menu, which shows how many endings he has already unlocked. Steam Prison has a lot of positives-it has a gorgeous, lush design and intriguing environment, and the murderous intro immediately attracts the reader. Here There is a romance, and dirt, everyone will find something interesting to him personally. The World of Steam Prison looks more realistic due to the fact that it shows the best and the worst in people, for this honesty game unwittingly start to sympathize.
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