Title: WORLD END ECONOMiCA episode.03
Genre: Casual, Indie
Release Date: 21 Dec, 2016
I did my main review for this on ep 1 but wow, the character development just dissapeared, the plot is so forced in its direction I don't know what the writer was thinking and dont even get me started on how Hals dream was to go to "untrodden land", but that land simply turns into him using his title of saviour to pacify people paying taxes....thats just poor, then we get the magical credit pictures of a happy marriage.
I can't really explain why but the whole pacing and plot just seemed to spiral into doom after episode 2, I really hoped that the developments of 2 would be much more important than "Oh since you managed to save the moon before people will be happy to pay taxes if you tell them". I thought nekopara had a bad story plot.... As a mathematician and romantic, this visual novel stole my soul. I highly recommend it to anyone, even those not deeply engrossed or entertained by mathematics, due to the amazing character devolopment throughout, epic conflicts, and the number of tears it has produced despite me rarely crying.. Foreword:
The World End Economica Trilogy had a rough ride from its start to its conclusion.
This review is only for the final chapter.
Not much has changed from the previous entries in the series. The writing, visuals, and sounds work harmoniously to bring a unique experience (the art assets are simple but beautiful and the character designs are ok). The main problem is the narrative. This episode feels a bit rushed, some character's decisions are not explained and some events feel forced. This makes the conclusion seem cheap. Overall there is not much more to say, it is just average, which is a shame.
It has all the features expected from a kinetic novel (hide text, skip functionality, autoplay etc.).
There are no major glaring spelling mistakes, illogical phrasings or major flaws in the narrative structure (some inconsistencies are continued from "episode" 2, for example, Lisa from "episode" 1 is still called Risa).
At the moment (24.12.2016) there is no Steam Overlay functionality.
Overall I enjoyed this novel, in spite of it being just OK and not great. I liked Hal's reunion with a certain character (it is not a spoiler if they show it in the Cover Art). In spite of all the flaws WWE episode 03 is still enjoyable.
World End Economica Episode.03 is an ok conclusion to a good story. It was a bit short (finished reading it in 4 hours) but taking in consideration the hard road walked by the whole series, for people that enjoyed the first and second "episode", it is still worth it's price.
None at the moment.. This game was a fitting end to a great trilogy. I was a little confused when I first started the game; I was hoping it would continue right where vol 2 left off, since that game was really heating up when it stopped short of reaching a conclusion. Alas, this game tells you what happened after that, but it's done in explanation format rather than letting you really experience it. Instead of direct continuation of vol 2's plot line, this game sets up a new high-stakes plot which, after it is properly set up, had me on the edge of my seat, just like the first 2 installments. The ending of the game didn't leave me feeling let down, or that there was more that needed to be explained, and while the main character still has much to accomplish in his life, I don't feel that there will be any more games in this series.
Just like the last 2 games, I learned about some economic concepts I wasn't aware of, and they were explained in enough detail for me to understand them in the context of the game, without going in-depth enough to feel like an expert in the subject. The music and art were of great quality that's pretty comparable to volume 2. If you played the first 2 games, playing this one is a no-brainer, and if you haven't played any of them, you would do well to go check out vol 1 and find out just how exciting economics can be!. Avg Read: 6.5 - 8 hrs
Type: Kinetic Novel
Description: The conclusive episode in this visual novel trilogy is set in the far future on the moon. Will Hal's dream be realized? It's been 8 years since the events of episode.01. With the economics of lunar city going out of control what is going to happen next?
Thoughts: After speeding through this last chapter of Hal's story I'm feeling Satisfied but also a little upset with Hasekura's pacing in the last chapter. I feel that the pace of the first two or three hours is too long without much character development to the story we left in Chapter 2. Even though I felt it was slow at parts, the way he ties up the loose ends around the two girls that liked Hal was done well and in line with how they were written as plot points.
Even Hagana's main drama of the end was very true to her character even if I felt it was a little weak overall. Not having a small scene after the credits was a little sad. But the scenes during the credits tell most of the ending story and closure of Hal's dream.
On a side note, Not sure if Eagle was needed in the story at all. Guess he is there to show Hal's change in risk taking from the past 4 hrs compared to the young upcomers in the market. But feel Marco maybe could have been written to take this role in the story without added a character that was only shown/talked about 3-4 times.
7/10. Amazing a perfect conclusion but could of had a after story chapter.
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