428: Shibuya Scramble
Late Shift is an Adventure, Interactive Movie, and Single-player video game developed by CtrlMovie Ltd. The game serves as the high stakes Full Motion Movie crime thriller. The story revolves around the mathematics student, who must struggle to prove his innocence in the London heist, after being forced into the massive robbery of the auction house. The choices of the player will have a consequence from the start to the end. One small choice could change the entire result in the gameplay that can lead to one of seven different conclusions. How will the player decide to act when everything in the game is going against the protagonist? The player must take decisions for the hero of interact thriller while the movie keeps on running seamlessly. The game comes with multiple-optional storytelling such as one story, limitless storylines and seven different endings. During the gameplay, the player will experience the completely live action, interactive thriller, filmed in High Definition in London. Late Shift includes core features such as 180 Decision Points, Complete Live Action, Multiple Endings, and more. Check it out, and have fun.
Roundabout is a Driving, Full Motion Video, Female Protagonist, Action-Adventure, and Single-player video game created and published by No Goblin LLC for multiple platforms. The game revolves around the continuously rotating limousine which the player has to drive across an open world environment while accomplishing difficult objectives like picking up and dropping people off or locating collectible items. The game takes place in 1977, and the storyline revolves around the adventure of the female protagonist named as Georgia Manos, who is the world’s first limousine driver. The player must drive his vehicle around the inhabitants of the city on their daily needs. In the game, the ultimate task of the player is to pick up the passengers and drive them to their destinations to earn money. The vehicle of the player is constantly spinning in circles. To move across the city, the player requires to time the movement of his limousine with the constant rotation to curve around deadly obstacles, hurdles, building, etc. Roundabout includes core features, addictive gameplay, detailed graphics, and compelling storyline. Try it out, and you’ll like it.
LocoCycle is the perfect blend of Racing and Vehicular combat elements developed by Twisted Pixel Games and published by Microsoft Studios. The game comes with both Single and Multiplayer modes and mixes the Action-Adventure and Racing elements with Full Motion Video cutscenes. It comes with exciting gameplay, where the player takes on the role of the protagonist, a bike rider whose ultimate task is to escape. The player manipulates the environment from a third-person perspective, complete a variety of challenges to advance through the game and unlock further levels to become the master. The game starts with the player, a scientist motorcycle that looks same like Light Cycles. The player can perform more than forty forms of battle and can speak up to fifty languages. The ultimate job of the player is to hit as many pedestrians as possible standing in his way to scoring the points. The enemies are chasing the player in order to kill, but the player must play the game wisely, kill enemies, and reach the end of each level while scoring the best points. With addictive gameplay, superb mechanics, and detailed graphics, LocoCycle is the wonderful game to play.
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428: Shibuya Scramble is an Adventure, Visual Novel, and Single-player video game created by Chunsoft and published by Spike. The game takes place in the Shibuya ward of Tokyo where the story is presented using the combination of scrolling text, video sequences, and live action. It shares many gameplay and story elements with sound novel game Machi, released in 1998 by Chunsoft. In the game, the player partake in several events from the perspectives of a different protagonist, all serving in parallel with no knowledge. The story is set in the modern Japanese city, Tokyo, where characters are involved in the complex mystery that can’t be solved without interaction, and the plot is progressed by following clues discovered within the text of the game and accompanying video sequences. Depending on the choices of the player, several new scenarios become available, which lead the player to different outcomes and endings. There are over eighty-five possible endings, and the game introduces a cast of characters, including Achi Endo, Shinya Kano, Kenji Osawa, and more.