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Everlasting Summer Review
Last Updated: 2020-08-14 17:43:39
Visual novels are one of the most popular genres for indie developers to make games for, due to there being a fantastic free engine out there that helps people easily make visual novels, as well as the low amount of resources required relative to other genres. As a result, indie developers need to do something unique in this genre to stand out. Everlasting Summer holds much prestige in the Russian game industry as a great VN.
To install Everlasting Summer, make sure you have Steam installed and then head on over to this link to install it.
The premise of this game is simple. You play as a lonely young man who falls asleep in a late night bus during winter, and somehow wakes up in front of a Soviet-era pioneer camp Sovyonok in the middle of summer. He also aged down several years and now appears as a teenager. The story follows him as he settles into his accommodations and training routine at the camp.
The presentation of this game is great - even the main menu is creative. The art style takes a bit of getting used to, but they're pretty high quality once you get around it.
The writing, however, is tropey at best and overindulgent at worst. The main character tends to go on long internal monologues, going against the grain of "actions speak louder than words". The main character will also fall into many of the cliche anime tropes that you see all the time if you've spent any time watching romcom anime. There are also several grammar errors that no doubt come from the fact that English isn't the developer's first language.
If you can look past that, however, then you should give Everlasting Summer a download.
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