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Neon Genesis: Nightmares Reviews
What does AIF stand for? Adult Interactive Fiction. If you likely to be offended by games with sexual content, you are advised not to open these files.
Reviewed by Anonymous
Overview: This game is a fan fiction of “Neon Genesis
Evangelion”, a Japanese science fiction animated television series. In this
game, you and the NPC are both young teenage space pilots. What Works: This game
is extremely simple, which works to its advantage and disadvantage. It
certainly isn’t a bad game, but I think it will end up at the bottom of the
pile, simply because of this overarching simplicity. Its simplicity works for it
technically – it’s quite bug-free. It works for it in the game’s hotness
in that there is a certain air of innocence that is inherent to characters’
young age that is captured by the fact that the game doesn’t get bogged down
with a complicated story or hunt for puzzle solutions.
What doesn’t: The main fault of this game is that we are given nothing whatsoever about the characters. They live in a pre-made TV show world, and maybe if you’re a fan of the show (which I’m not – I’d never even heard of it) you’d recognize something in them that resonates with you. Without knowledge of their background, however, they feel like nothing other than a couple of teenagers having sex for no reason. This is the great risk of fan fiction. If you can’t capture and recreate the feel of the fictional universe in such a way that non-fans will find interesting, you won’t have much of an audience for your game. And if you can’t expand upon the fictional
universe in such a way that resonates with fans, they’ll tune you out.
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