Until Dawn?

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#1 by dusklake
2021-06-01 at 22:15
< report >Imo you can consider Until Dawn as a VN. It's very dialogue based and the gameplay usually contains discovering a small map and making choices. What do you think?
#2 by altonan
2021-06-02 at 00:13
< report >No.
#3 by butterflygrrl
2021-06-02 at 00:31
< report >It falls under narrative game but not really under VN. Relevant to some of the same players though.
#4 by kratoscar2008
2021-06-02 at 01:04
< report >I think it could fit but it being still quite gameplay oriented (Ironic isnt it?) and no narration ensures it wont be added here.
Off topic but I love that this game has an spanish dub that is voiced by mexicans since the spanish from Spain is absolutely shit.
#5 by antherus
2021-06-02 at 02:43
< report >A visual novel is a medium by which images - typically static, sounds and animations accompany what is by and large a narrative experience. A picture book on steroids, essentially. A hybrid such as Danganronpa or Baldr Sky can still be considered a VN if the primary experience is said "storybook" style.

Until Dawn is not. It's a cinematic adventure game.
#6 by iwannarategames
2021-06-02 at 06:43
< report >There is some actual VNs with some cinematic presenation but they still use static images.

For example, Steins;Gate Elite has short animations during scenes, but immdiately after that you still see ADV scrolling text like any other VN and the last frame of the animation is used as a CG essentially.Last modified on 2021-06-02 at 10:19
#7 by hansfranz77
2021-06-02 at 06:44
< report >#1 Op Honestly if you want to go there Detroit Become human is more a vn than Until dawn, hell it even has a flow chart built in as well. I don't remember there being any ADV segments in that though :D


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