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Submitted by ClintonBeardsley 1186d ago | review

Operation Rainfall REVIEW: Infinite Game Works

Sakura River Interactive is a relatively new indie developer that tries to put the focus of their games on story and choice. So far, they have two games under their belt with a third, Don’t Save the World: An RPG, vying for funding on I have had the honor of playing through SRI’s most recent release, the visual novel Infinite Game Works, and got to experience their style of story and choice. (Infinite Game Works, PC)
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tromwarrior  +   1177d ago
Any day you can make a reference to both LOTR and Plumbers Don't Wear Ties in the same article and make 'em work is a good day.
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