ABOUT DAWN OF MALICE
Dawn of Malice was kind of an interesting thing for me to do. This was a game I really, really wanted to like. Don't get me wrong, I didn't hate it or anything.
But I thought there were a lot of things about the game that, if changed, would have made me like it even more. I like the game's art style, and the best advice I can give you is to look at the screenshots and give it a shot if you think the art is cool.
Getting To Be A Chad!
The game's story doesn't make a lot of sense, but there are a few interesting ideas in it. In Dawn of Malice, your dad gets a new job in another country, but you don't want to go with him.
You decide to buy a new house in your old town and move back there. What's cool about this game is that you can choose how you relate to the two women who live in the house. You can also choose what kind of guy you want to be, either a jerk or a white knight simp.
You Have The Power In Your Legs!
In Dawn of Malice, most of the characters only have one trait, which can be pretty funny. The best character is not one of the hot girls, but your friend Chad, who is just like the joke character Chad. In the game, you can fall in love with more than one girl, but the goth chick is my favorite.
At first glance, it may seem like each of them has their own style. At the end of the day, they can't help but want to jump on your bones, and that's about all they learn about themselves.
The way Dawn of Malice looked was what really got me interested in it. I really like this style of hand-drawn cell shading art that they are using here. All of the figures look great, and I liked the racy stuff in the game.
Even the stuff that wasn't XXX was done well, thanks to the smart use of "pervy" camera angles that brought you close to many of the characters.
I will say that the art is the best thing about the game, so this will be what makes you keep playing or stop after ten minutes.
What The Hell Does It Matter?
The worst thing about Dawn of Malice is how you play it. To be fair, I've played a lot of lewd visual novels like this one on this site before. In this game, you get to make choices, but they usually come at the end of long, drawn-out conversations that you will probably just want to skip.
You don't feel like your choices mean much either. Also, the game has this strange karma system that seems to lead nowhere.