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Paradigm Paradox Switch XCI  Free Download GAMESPACK.NET When you pick up an otome visual novel for your Switch, you figure you are getting a game that will feature intricate romance stories with detailed characters, but Paradigm Paradox doesn’t exactly fit into the typical mold. Which is fine! The problem is, the game as a whole feels rushed, with the world’s lore and characters’ relationships speedrunning their way to good (and bad) ends. The result is a story with so much potential that leaves you wondering, “Is that it?” at the end of every route. Paradigm Paradox begins with an ordinary young woman living in a colony in which it isn’t possible to safely live outside the confines of the restricted environment. She’s an orphan with only an uncle to email, living in her school’s dorm and abiding by rules like “returning home before curfew.” Naturally, since Paradigm Paradox is a Switch otome game, there are also lots of attractive men about, but the heroine doesn’t seem interested in them. (Her best friend Rize even says it is something she likes about her.) Not long after we meet the heroine, we learn that those curfews are in place for a reason! TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

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It turns out monsters known as Vectors roam the colony at night. The heroine returns to the commercial district to a mall where she lost her necklace, and encounters a hostile Vector. After it attacks her, she learns the urban legend about super heroes who fight monsters after curfew is true. A group of magical girls rescues her as she passes out, and when she awakes a scientist tells her she’s now has powers too and is the newest member of the Blooms. Unlike some Idea Factory and Otomate otome games that attempt to blend in some other kinds of gameplay elements, this is a straightforward visual novel for your Switch. You’ll guide the heroine throughout her day and help her make important decisions. However, since this is a title in which the romance element isn’t the main focus, your choices don’t just determine which love interest she could end up with in the end. It also determines whether she will be on the side of the “heroes” or “villains.” Certain visual cues will let you know which path you’re working toward during the brief common route, as well as if your potential partner agrees with your responses when you’re on their route.

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A flowchart, which is uncomplicated and brief for each segment due to the relatively short length of the title, lets you see every possible outcome and plot your advance. While things being so visible and easy to discern is a blessing, it’s a curse in that Paradigm Paradox is an incredibly brief game. So much so that during my first run through with Hyuga, I beat the game in a single evening and had no trouble getting the “happy” ending on the first try. Yes, there are eight routes present and a true ending. But it feels like there isn’t the same care as there was with a game like Norn9: Var Commons, which also told an astonishing number of potential stories. Speaking of Norn9, Paradigm Paradox tries to build a unique world with the same sort of lore and twists. Again, the brevity of the title works against it. Plot beats happen with no build up to them. Characters suddenly love the heroine with little reason to do so. The only way you’ll get real answers about what’s happening and the story’s secrets are if you pursue certain characters or see the true end’s details. The character designs are so pretty and premise so promising, but it’s mishandled. The world has grown uninhabitable, forcing humanity to live in isolated colonies. Embr 

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Yuuki, an ordinary student, resents the monotonous life she leads at school. Rumors abound of a group of superheroes who fight monsters called Vectors, but these tales aren’t enough to stir her heart. The popular boys at the academy hold little interest for her as well. One night, Yuuki sneaks out of her dorm and comes face-to-face with one of the beasts. Just when it seems her life will be forfeit, four girls wielding mysterious powers suddenly appear and swiftly take down the Vector. In the wake of that shocking incident, Yuuki joins the ranks of those heroes and begins living the exciting life she craved. On top of that, the popular boys at school keep popping up for some reason too.In Paradigm Paradox there are a whopping eight love interest to pursue. Most of the LIs turn into magical girls a la Sailor Moon, and you spend a fair amount of time with their gender swapped versions. The individual routes are divided between Justice and Villainous Justice that correspond to the parameters Hero and Villain in the common route. Depending on your choices in the common route you’ll end up on either the Justice path (Tokio Takato, Kamui Saibara, Mihaya Araki, or Ayumu Mamiya) or the Villainous Justice path (Ibuki, Hyuga, Yukinami, or Ryo Tomitsuka).

There are eight love interests, which is great (more baes to love).

The Villain routes are more “fun” since there’s a whole dating the enemy vibe to those routes, but the Justice routes have the better endings if you’re looking for more “romance”. At the start only Ibuki, Ryo, and the Grand Finale are locked. Finishing two routes unlocks Ibuki’s route, and finishing Ibuki unlocks Ryo. While the finale unlocks when you finish Ryo’s route. The story of Paradigm Paradox revolves around Yuuki. She lives in Theta, which is a colony inside an encapsulated dome. The dome is needed for the people of Theta to survive, because outside of this dome the environment has become hospitable. Everything outside of the dome is supposed to wither away, but not for all creatures…like the horrific Vectors. We learn at the start of the game that Yuuki’s parents have died while she was very young, and that she doesn’t remember them. She only has a pendant as a keepsake that belonged to them. Aside from all that, she lives an ordinary life as a student in a dorm near the university with her friend Lize. But Yuuki wants more from life and her prayers are answered when she is forced to join forces with the Blooms. Gotham Knights UNLOCKED 

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The Blooms are a special force of female superheroes that can indeed take out the Vectors. As I played on, I found not all is as it seems!Tokio is the nerd type of this Otome game. He has been born and raised inside the research facility with only Ayumu as his friend. Tokio has always had a good relationship with his parents who are in the research field and inherited their curiosity for things in the world. He speaks his mind because it seems he does not have a social filter. As most highly intelligent people do in the Otome world. But putting that aside he is really kind and caring towards Yuuki and tries to cheer her on in his own, science oriented, way. He is the popular kid in high school and is always surrounded by a fan club of girls. Luckily Kamui is not the standard arrogant popular student. He is very caring and wants to make everyone in his life happy. Even if that costs him his own health. When playing his route, I immediate thought: he must have been a nerd or a fatter kid in his youth. Mostly because his flirting was very much based on what he thought girls wanted to hear and because he and Yuuki first bonded over food.

What secrets are they hiding? And who exactly is the enemy?

Which he made clear was very important to him. Turns out I was right, as it is sort of revealed that he studied often and hard when he was younger. There were moments that made me giggle in his route and even though he was a bit clumsy with Yuuki in his flirting tactics, I did fall in love with Kamui. The concept of the game is really fun. It’s similar to games like Portal, yet still unique. The game didn’t hold your hand. You were told the basic controls and nothing else. Figuring out that you had to shoot a beam at the floor to create a “time portal” in order to beat the puzzles was very rewarding. I got really excited when I found that out the first time. The puzzles were quirky and fun to figure out as well. I particularly liked one where I had to rewind time to shoot a switch long enough for me to make a jump and one where I found out there was a time limit to being behind a certain door. Also, the Dubstep music was a perfect fit and pumped me up.  The lag made this game unplayable. (I’d like to add that I have a computer that should easily be able to handle this game.)

Whenever you placed a portal, it would lag the entire game for a few seconds. It also lagged when shooting, jumping, and doing anything whatsoever. I finally gave up on the game on the first, time-slowing, level I wasn’t able to beat it because the game kept lagging when I shot the switches, meaning i fell down because it didn’t keep the platform up. If that wasn’t bad enough, there were some visual glitches as well. I was on the self-same level, standing on a platform and waiting for my “alternate-time me” to start shooting the next switch. The platform I was on then switched to it’s “off” graphic despite it being on, making me jump too early. It also did the opposite where the other platform was on, yet didn’t give me the graphic so I didn’t know to jump.  I would sit on this game until the developer decides to fix these issues. If they were fixed, this would be a solid game that I would love to play. I had a lot of fun, despite the lag, until it made the game unplayable. Hopefully I’ll be able to come back to it. This game, uh, it’s okay. I’m not gonna lie… I spent at least thirty minutes trying to figure out how to get out of the first room. And I’m not at all past that. By the time I figured out what to, 30 minutes had gone by.

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So far, so okay, but I feel this game could use just a bit more in the lines instruction. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for games that are difficult and challenging, but having gotten as far as I have (so far) and it having taken so long, I’m wishing that there was a little more in terms of what to do. I guess I just wish that the game would introduce a major gameplay element, like shooting on the floor, and explain briefly how it works. Instead, what happened was me just going all willy-nilly into the game, trying different things to see what would happen. In a way, it brought me back to a time when games just had no instruction, and expected you get instructions from the manual. But at the same time, it was a little uncool having to figure out how a major gameplay element works (I still haven’t figured it out, but I only just got the game). To relate this to other games that this game tries to relate to, it would be similar to learning how to open portals in Portal 1/2 but not being taught how to fling yourself. I only figured out shooting at the floor because I tried to quit the game. I’m recommending this game because I like everything about it so far, but want to warn other players that it will be confusing. Gas Station Simulator Switch NSP

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