[Review Revisited] Three Fourths Home: Extended Edition
Three Fourths Home: Extended Edition is a small visual novel from [bracket]games where you take on the role of a young woman named Kelly. Things aren’t going as well as she would have liked, so she finds herself at a cross-road in life.
Here’s an excerpt from the review:
Since this is a visual novel, 99% of your time will be spent reading the conversation between Kelly and her mother (and eventually her father and brother), so players interact in one of two ways: by selecting conversation options and by always keeping their foot on the pedal so that the car never stops. If the car stops, then the game stops, so keeping it moving is a must.
Three Fourths Home features a very minimalistic presentation where you’ll see a lot of black and white outlines and nothing else. It also doesn’t have any music per se, other than what you can hear coming out from the car’s old radio. What you will hear is the car moving as fast as it possibly can, as well as the heavy rain that is falling during the whole game, leading up to when the storm is ready to hit home.
You can read the original review right here.