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Bloody Weather: Rainblood: Town of Death

This Chinese Indie-RPG has released released final version of its English translation, which prompted me to play its trial. And I happily burned through its free half-hour and was disappointed I couldn't play any more. Which is what a trial version is supposed to do. While made with RPG maker, it's a quite beautiful, atmospheric short-form RPG which managed to conjure a somber mood quickly and has a mean line in mean, red lines slashed across your opponents (Which then fall apart, leaving lots of goop). It perhaps leans a little heavy on the genre tropes for the really jRPG-phobic, but I suspect anyone else would find something worthwhile here. The full game is apparently only 3-6 hours, and can be bought for ten dollars. And here's the first part of a long-play below to give a taste of how it works...

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