Ever End is an awesome stylish adventure that makes it seem like you’re playing through a comic book.
I’ve seen a rise in stylish games recently and they’ve been awesome. This game is no exception. You play through cinematic storyboards with reflex action-command combat.
You play as End and Zero, two sisters with a special power that were separated by an evil organization who has them captured. End got out and is now trying to rescue her sister Zero and escape. But Zero is a little weird from what they did to her, so you’ll have to protect her during combat as you escape!
It has a fully animated action battle system.
The game is played through many cutscenes that have a lot of work put into them- it’s something you’d expect from a small AAA studio. They’re very polished and have a homey feel to them so you can definitely tell it’s an indie game with quality visuals.
The battles are QTE-style. It’s simple and fast-paced and relies on skill rather than traditional QTE combat. You can dodge, attack, defend, counter, and such in order to progress through the game. Your decisions also have outcomes and branching paths.
Ever End is a good game for anyone who likes fast-paced scenic combat.
- Awesome scenic comic work
- Fast-paced QTE combat
- Fairly short
- Some may not like the QTE system
Download and Play Ever End (Early Access)
Hidden indie gem finder. Anything that indie devs come up that shakes the Earth- I’m first in line. I eat indies for breakfast.