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The Hero Project: Redemption Season

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America's #1 reality show for heroes is back for another season! Harness your superpowers to steal the spotlight, win votes, and save your sister!

"The Hero Project: Redemption Season" is the first installment in a new series of interactive novels by Zachary Sergi set in the "Heroes Rise" universe. Your choices control the story. It's entirely text-based--129,000 words, without graphics or sound effects--and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

In a contest where everyone has superpowers, your opponents can cause earthquakes and explosions, but you're an average Ani-Powered who wakes up with different animal attributes every day. Will your hawk eyes or canine claws take you far enough in the competition to satisfy the only person who can help your sister? And what happens if winning isn't enough?

As you advance, the decisions you make will transform viewers' ideas of what it means to be a hero. Will you fight for your own goals, or make sacrifices for the good of society? Strive for what you believe is right by following the rules, or take down the whole system with more radical methods? Would you take wealth and fame over changing the world?Choose Wisely. It's Redemption Season.
  • Play as male, female, trans, or nonbinary; gay, straight, or bi.
  • Begin a new story in Millennia City, influenced by your actions in the "Heroes Rise" trilogy.
  • Play as a new hero, in a new season of The Hero Project!
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  • OS: Ubuntu 12.04

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  • OS: 10.6

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7
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Microsoft from French
THP RS, always easier with an acronym eh ^^ direct sequel Heroe rise hero fall, what about this fourth Opus... I push open doors, full English game, without sound neither music nor graphics, that text over and over again. The story is not bad, but a notch below the first three volumes out. What for? Simply because the first three put us in a plot rich in twists and particularly long. This fourth Opus is it, simple to read, but unfortunately too short and are all... quite straight and dirigiste, there is not really a twist like in the first 3 and it's a pity. Attention! The story is not bad all the same eh! I recommend it! But it's just that I'm a little disappointed that's all, I'm still eager to read the sequel when it comes out:)
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Microsoft from Spain
Well I can say I liked it, but I think it's important for the author to focus on the dislike comments as they are the ones that will help the story improve. I felt the game was more of an introduction to the dynamics of the ani-powereds since most of us played the previous games and grew accustomed to be treated as humans, and maybe that's why some people felt it was lacking, there was a lot to say about this new stage , things that were handled previously in 2 separate games, this is like trying to join the first and second part of the original trilogy (in the sense that the first part explained the world and the second introduced us to the dynamics inside the show), so yeah it might have lacked a bit in the character development section but hopefully we'll know more about them in the second part, in which we'll already know and handle properly how t rules and social stuff work.
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Good, but somewhat disappointing. It was after I was delighted with the first trilogy heroes rise that I rushed to get started in this one. CERTE, about ten hours of reading, more than it took me to finish the 1st and 3rd of the first trilogy. However, it is still quite limited. Indeed, where in the first we never had more than maximum 2/3 pages without having to make a choice, fight, or simply converse, we depict here a large pavement of 4/5 paragraphs that are up to sometimes 6 pages without having anything else to do than read. Meh. The principle in itself is interesting, to have an ANI-power which, every day we metamorphose into a different animal. Special mention to the (two) little cameo of our infinite hero of the first games. The end surprised me enough, having read no criticism or even the "synopsis" of the game by buying it, I expected it to end on this opus, apparently we will still have to wait a moment (when? no idea.) to have the end word of this story. In itself, do I recommend it? If you liked the first trilogy you will only be able to appreciate it, but that said, I strongly advise anyone wishing to start with this one. On this, I await AVDC impatience the next Opus.
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