Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~ for Nintendo Switch
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Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~

Feb 6, 2020
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Developer: Idea Factory
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Venture into a reimagined steampunk version of 19th century London. Follow the adventures of the poison-skinned maiden Cardia, the men trying to help her, and the mysterious organization intent on capturing her. Experience a visual novel adventure brimming with literary and historical characters including Victor Frankenstein and Abraham van Helsing. Will Cardia find love, or destroy those she cares for? Her story is in your hands.

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PJ O'ReillyFeb 18, 2020
Code: Realize Guardian of Rebirth is a solid visual novel with a unique steampunk setting and a bunch of well-written and pretty likeable lead characters. The mystery surrounding Cardia's bizarre situation combined with suitors based on well-known 18th-century literary characters is an engaging mix and, even if you're not really all that bothered with romancing a bunch of lads, there's plenty here to keep you reading and exploring the various routes and scenarios until you've seen everything this one's got to offer.
Richard SeagraveFeb 14, 2020
Ultimately, Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~ is the visual novel for those who don’t usually like visual novels. If you don’t enjoy it, then visual novels really aren’t for you. It’s free of gamification, but that’s no issue when the story’s good enough to hold your attention alone. If you like a good book but also appreciate aural and visual stimulation, it’s definitely worth picking up on Switch, allowing you to enjoy it on your big TV or in handheld mode in bed.
Donald TheriaultFeb 13, 2020
Aksys is loading up an armada of otome this year: in fact, a “fan disc” for Code: Realize is coming out in April. For a first effort, Guardian of Rebirth is a fine read despite some of the minor quirks—and maybe Impey will be a little bit less annoying in the future.

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