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Echo Tokyo
 
 
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Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
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Dec 28, 2014 @ 9:10am
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Phoenix and Reaper
Description
Release date: 2018
Echo Tokyo is a cyber punk open world dystopian visual novel game with dating sim components. In this world you will play as either Shizume Misaki or Light Keiji. Each one will follow their own storyline in parrallel with the other, to give you the player a larger sense of the world and the plot.

Echo Tokyo

Echo Tokyo was built by the survivors of a nuclear event several hundred years ago. This event left a radiation cloud covering the streets, the only way to survive was to live in the skyscrapers above the cloud. Over time the survivors managed to create a new city by building bridges and platforms between the buildings. Creating a new version of the city in the sky above the old one and the death the cloud offered.

Shizume Misaki

The first of two protagonists in this story, works as a 'Fixer' within the city and is classed as an Epic (*A person who has gained un-natural powers). As a fixer she works as a personal investigator for clients in the city. Before the 'ordeal' her only dream was to make it big as a fixer so that one day she might join the elite and wealthy living in the 'Core'. Now she is trying to come to terms with her new powers and what it means for her.

Game Features
  • Simultaneous storylines
  • Open World - Choose what you want to do
  • Explore the City - Random Events
  • Dating Sim - Multiple Date-able characters
  • Your Choices will decide who Lives and who Dies
  • Take Investigative Jobs
    - Examine Crime scenes for clues
    - Follow these up in city locations
    - Solve the crime/Complete the job
  • Graphic Novel Style Fully Voiced Intro game (already released)
  • Purchasable Items; Clothes, Furniture, Technology & Upgrades
  • Inventory, Currency and Resources to Manage

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298 Comments
Aster Dec 28, 2014 @ 10:18am 
So it's an interactive graphic novel?
Quinto Max Dec 28, 2014 @ 10:13am 
Only in English?
【 THE ADVERSARY 】 Dec 28, 2014 @ 9:55am 
@AJTilley.com : I have no desire to play a female character in a dating sim though, as I'm not interested in men or lesbians. Otherwise, it's a pretty good idea, like some mix of Shadowrun and Fallout. It's still a no vote for me but I do wish you the best in this endeavor.
Le Bean Eater Dec 28, 2014 @ 9:48am 
The trailer didn't show me anything. I don't understand these anime games the trailer looks like a cartoon trailer, please explain @AJTilley.com
woody759 Dec 28, 2014 @ 9:41am 
Ok,lets see how it gos.Upvote.
WhisksSpatulasAndOrMathEquations Dec 28, 2014 @ 9:35am 
Great artwork! My yes vote = Developer must 1. Follow through on support and updates. 2. Never require any 3rd party account signup. (like uplay, origin, etc.) 3. Long term server support or the ability to let the community create and run their own. 4. If the developer is unwilling to continue support ownership falls to the community, after which all future sales return a % for community maintenance . There are far to many great games without support or servers to play.Would the Steam Workshop allow the player base to continue support and servers? It should be necessary for all publishers to give up rights if certain conditions are not met. If we, the community loves a game and the publisher has abandon that game we should own it. Our ownership should follow much of the same rules for distribution as Gnome project. We should honor that original vision of the developer and it should not be obscured. Credit for creation is still given to the developer.
Dharker  [author] Dec 28, 2014 @ 9:27am 
@Recluse: Some games do suit a make your own protagonist, like our second game Starlight Drifter... But this one has a very specific opening storyline, that a create your own character wouldn't suit.

Instead you choose the background for this character, the choices she makes etc.
【 THE ADVERSARY 】 Dec 28, 2014 @ 9:25am 
I like the premise but I think I'd be more willing to play it if you could make your own protagonist. It's a no from me.