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The conclusive episode in this visual novel trilogy is set in the far future on the moon, 16 years after humans have begun to colonize it. Will Hals dream be realized? Its been 8 years since the events of episode.01 and his dream is still to stand where no man has stood before, and in order to do so he still needs a ludicrous amount of capital. With the economics of lunar city going out of control what is going to happen next?
The long awaited third and unfortunately also last part of the WEE series.
A review is almost pointless, because if you are thinking about buying this part, you will have already read . 01 and . 02, it makes little sense to start with the... last third of the story. There is nothing for me that I could mention negatively compared to the predecessors.
The only thing WEE really lacks are dubbing actors. However, the lack of these is compensated for by a lot of beautiful images and backgrounds that appear even more qualitative in . 03. The first thing you notice is that the characters have not only changed in character but also in appearance. Makes sense for now, since four years have passed since . 02, but is not self-evident. Often, even after years, characters still look the same as at the beginning, which is why I found it very interesting and well done here. (Especially Chris! ! ! )
The story consists of two parts that alternately determine the dialog box, the detailed economic part and the part that deals with the development of the relationships between the characters. The last one I found so well done and interesting in . 03 that I could hardly wait this time in the economic parts that it was all about the characters themselves again.
While there is no epilogue in text form, the credits show pictures of the previous episodes, followed by an epilogue in picture form. Seven wonderful pictures show what happened after the end of the story.
MMn a very successful conclusion of the series, although I would have liked to read more episodes.
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