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Content Rating: Mature
Immerse yourself in a thrilling psychological horror story taking place in the secluded Japanese village of Yasumizu. A heavy mist surrounds the place, preventing everyone from ever leaving. Ancient gods have come back to hunt the villagers down one by one. The feast has begun, can you escape the village alive?
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Making a visual novel game scary isn't an easy thing to do, but Raging Loop has achieved that with thick atmosphere and excellent sound design. The looping format isn't always executed amazingly well, but you could do much worse than to play Raging Loop this Halloween, as it's a disturbing tale of paranoia, deceit, and mystery, one that has plenty of twists and turns to boot.
Raging Loop is a promisingly creepy title in the vein of Silent Hill and Danganronpa that fails to deliver thanks to the sluggish pace of its storytelling and lack of meaningful choices. Fans of visual novels will no doubt get something out of this, but the rest of us will lose patience early on. If you’re looking for some light reading which you can dip in and out of over the space of a few months or so then you might find something to like here, but while Raging Loop may lure you in with its many branching storylines, you’ll be frustrated long before you reach the end.
Raging Loop es una novela gráfica que a priori parece ser bastante simple pero que a lo largo de su desarrollo se destapa como una propuesta interesante. Sus personajes resultan llamativos de primeras pero mucho más cuando, a través del desarrollo de cada arco, se va vislumbrando las diferentes intenciones de cada uno de ellos. Mismamente, la resolución del misterio que envuelve a Yasumizu y el orígen real del festival de la purga consiguen mantener el interés hasta llegar a su conclusión. Un título a tener en cuenta dentro del género.