Eventually he went mad and attacked people with an axe. . Unfortunately, as with every great creation, his discovery comes only at great cost. Upon completion, a shorter second chapter with an unnamed protagonist is unlocked, providing a deeper insight into the overarching background narrative. She took the gun from him and shot him in the head, killing him. Some of the puzzles aren't that difficult but others you may have a tough time. Not too much music to speak of but what was there, was solid.
Both stories leave you with a number of unanswered questions. Her solution when she finds out the people she works for plan to kill Leanne? Because she wanted her brother. Casting aside everything on her person, along with the pendant her mother had given her, Leanne escapes the destructing facility. Behind each door of this hellhole is some disquieting scene. This made actually playing the game very frustrating. I will admit starting out this game was tough.
Leanne did not mind this, though, as she was happy to be her mother's alone and enjoyed being visited by her. The artwork is beautiful, and the music is haunting. Epicari had begun to surface, and many people were dying. The only starting clue you have to your identity is a single name, ominously written in red: Theresia. Even the former has her moments, although this was when she was infected by Epicari, which drives people insane.
Leanne also made her think of this person, as the girl would pray for the infected without fear as their corpses were burned. When everything was over, the doctor and Martel left their hiding places. We never find out how or why she died, either. The game is a part of the mobile phone game series of the same name. The player can regain lost health via the use of found elixirs.
She's self-violent, Franz goes insane, Martel's brother completely snaps and murders Martel when she steps on a bug. Years later, he returns to the orphanage to be a doctor and to do research. The thing that I love about Japanese games--and storytelling in general--is that when done right, it can make you feel emotions that you did not even know you had. She leaves some red flowers that also held a strong place in her memory, as she often spent time with both her mother and Maylee among them. He is the brother of the titular Martel.
The protagonist seeing his blue eyes calms him down. As the virus spreads, they request help from the government. Most of the doors are locked, barricaded, or lead to places blocked by environmental hazards created by the state of disrepair permeating the structure. The latter of which is killed gruesomely. He returns to his grandfather's orphanage after ten years at the behest of his little sister. Eventually, the military ordered the deaths of everyone not on their staff, hoping to finally stop the virus from spreading. × Close Add Description All descriptions are checked and verified before appearing on the website so please make sure they are for the correct game before submitting one.
This is ultimately subverted, since Martel was the one person immune to the virus. I unfortunately spent most of the game glued to a faq due to the sheer amount of backtracking required along with the obscure solutions to some puzzles. Since youll be doing quite a bit of backtracking as is the norm with this type of adventure the grid-based movement can make Theresia feel a tad slow and plodding at times. He is reunited with Martel, who has grown into a kind, beautiful young woman. She ultimately survived, going on to try and create more of the vaccine as shown in Dear Emile's story. When hurt, she explains thoroughly just how sickening the pain is and how horrible the blood looks.
Players take the role of the story's protagonist and must navigate through a , progressing further by solving puzzles and utilizing various tools, all while avoiding numerous hidden traps. Maylee cuts herself when she's infected. He becomes foster father to the children there, becomes friends with the other doctors, fixes his relationship with his sister, and continues research for treating illnesses. At some point, Leanne herself had become infected with Epicari. A movement mode, where the player navigates the facility and searching for different rooms.
Your character moves frame by frame along a grid, and its perhaps the games main shortcoming. The latter's could be innocent or demonic, depending on interpretation. Unfortunately, the doctors unknowingly create the Epicari virus and infect the children. In this game developed by WorkJam, players will take on the roles of two different characters trying to understand out their past, present, and intertwined destiny. Sacha came to release a reluctant Leanne, but was discovered by Emile. The protagonist, a brilliant doctor and owner of the local orphanage, develops a vaccine to combat the high fever that has affected the children in his orphanage. This is particularly true for the Dear Emile portion.
I had recently played another Aksys game 9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors and enjoyed it. Burning the bodies helps to prevent the virus from spreading. Emile set the traps to protect Leanne from the mercenaries and teach her to survive by making her suffer mostly for her carelessness in Dear Emile, while the protagonist of Dear Martel set them so that he'd suffer for his sins, as he wouldn't remember setting them due to being infected with Epicari. It is from Martel's music box, which was playing as the protagonist, her brother, killed her. She also has flashbacks of a young man named Sacha and a silver-haired woman, who was drenched in and smelled of blood. Will you be able to discover the true meaning of theresia? This is one of the most scariest games I've ever played. Soldiers come, but only to forcibly take samples from the children.