Lucy ~The Eternity She Wished For~

Lucy ~The Eternity She Wished For~
Lucy ~The Eternity She Wished For~
Lucy ~The Eternity She Wished For~
Lucy ~The Eternity She Wished For~
Lucy ~The Eternity She Wished For~
Lucy ~The Eternity She Wished For~
Lucy ~The Eternity She Wished For~
Lucy ~The Eternity She Wished For~
Lucy ~The Eternity She Wished For~
Lucy ~The Eternity She Wished For~
Lucy ~The Eternity She Wished For~
Lucy ~The Eternity She Wished For~
Lucy ~The Eternity She Wished For~
Lucy ~The Eternity She Wished For~
Lucy ~The Eternity She Wished For~
Lucy ~The Eternity She Wished For~
Lucy ~The Eternity She Wished For~
Lucy ~The Eternity She Wished For~

Price: $9.99


If there was a robot that could laugh, cry and smile. ...Does it have a soul?


We are selling only STEAM keys. You need to have STEAM client to play this game.

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About the Game

In the near future, androids have become the way of the norm. Emotionless husks of metal have become a part of human society, much to the dismay of the boy. The robot he found at the dump site though, this one was different. It laughed, it cried, it smiled, it has dreams, just like a human…

Lucy ~The eternity she wished for~ is a Visual Novel, about a boy and an android. You play as the boy, who faces decisions and moral dilemmas in this near-future world. This is a story that has touched many hearts and continues to have a strong impact on those who partake in this compelling journey.

The original version of Lucy ~The eternity she wished for~ received high praise for its powerfully moving storyline, following its original release in Korea, 2010. This prompted a kickstarter project which would fund a remake of the visual novel, including its localization to English and Japanese.

Lucy -The eternity she wished for- kickstarter

Developer’s Voice:

We as a team believe that the most important aspect of a visual novel is not simply pretty drawings or a great story, but the combination of both, in harmony to create a memorable experience which will last long after the game is completed.

Our main goal is to get expand the audience of our game to include both English and Japanese speakers into the experience. We truly want to create a strong impression and great experience that we’ve successfully delivered to the gamers who played the old version Lucy to a whole new audience.

PLAYISM REVIEW

Among visual novels, we definitely agree that Lucy has a distinct level of quality and polish. It has refined visuals, and the story takes creative ideas and applies them to a believable setting. All is perceived through your eyes as the main character. For those who like to be moved by an experience, it’s well worth playing to the end!

The visual novel is complete with unlockable content for the CG image gallery and some hidden, additional scenes. You can enjoy the story in English with voice acting in Japanese.

FAQ

- How do I change the language setting?
Please refer to the "_README_HowToChangeLanguage.txt" inside the game folder.

- There is a glitch inside the EXTRA!
It's not a glitch. You might find a password for that during the game, or it will be unlocked once you reach an ending.


Minimum system requirements

Windows

MINIMUM
OS :Microsoft Windows2000/XP(SP3)/Vista
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 1.5Ghz/AMD Athlon 1800
MEMORY: 128MB RAM
HDD: 1GB free space
DirectX: DirectX 9.0c
Additional: Microsoft .Net Framework

Recommended
OS: Microsoft Windows7/8/10
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2.0Ghz/AMD Athlon 2400
MEMORY: 256MB RAM or more
HDD: 1GB free space
DirectX: DirectX 9.0c or higher
Additional: Microsoft .Net Framework

User reviews

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posted on 2016-02-29

11:39:58 by Jerzu

The first VN I have ever finished.

(I'm not good at going into details so I'll keep this short and spoiler-free)
I usually get bored of pretty much anything after 20 or 30 minutes but Lucy got a vicious hold of me and after 10 or so hours, I was an emotional trainwreck. And I'm still not done with it as I want to unlock the achievements that I missed.
Now, I don't know what is an acceptable length for a VN, as my title suggests, but 10+ hours for $9.99 seems like a good deal. The package as a whole is well put together and I can kind of feel the amount of hard work and love the developers put towards it, though I would like to see more. Maybe one day.
Yume Maihara did an excellent job as Lucy. Every scenario that was thrown at her was wonderfully executed. There were a few spots in the English translation that felt off compared to the Japanese VO but it's possible it's only meant to fit the Korean VO. But it was only 3 or 4 lines during the entire game so it's not too bad.
For some reason my music volume keeps resetting so I had to keep turning it down in some parts but I assume they will fix that in a jiffy.
If you are unsure whether to get this VN or not, give it a few days and see what other have to say about it or wait for a patch for the volume bug as that could get annoying.

Here's hoping M-Vizlab has great success with Lucy ~The eternity she wished for~ and continues to make more emotional games like this.

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posted on 2016-03-01

02:36:57 by DzngL

Truly Amazing.

A masterpiece from the beginning to the end.

My only gripe with it is that it lacks an auto-feature.

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12345

posted on 2016-03-01

15:57:00 by Jwkent1973

Absolutely Wonderful

Lucy is definitely worth a chance. I've been following this game long before it was completed, so I had high expectations and it did not disappoint at all. My favorite visual novels are the ones with a story that really touches the heart. That's one of the things that makes this game stand apart from many others out there. You won't be forgetting Lucy anytime soon.

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posted on 2016-05-20

00:41:05 by thefallenalchemist

Made Me Think About Android Technology In A Whole Different Way...

Do you feel lonely? Do you feel that you can fill that void of loneliness with an android partner? This game might make you think a bit differently about those things, and how difficult humans are to emulate. Towards the end of the game, it asks several very important questions regarding android life, and these are things that I hadn't even thought about. The game doesn't exactly have the happiest of endings, but I feel that both are sufficient. One might even say that the turn of events become truly sad, but therein lies a lesson. This isn't the kind of "make me feel good vocaloid" kind of game. It's something a bit more realistic to our society. If you want a more realistic approach to living with an android, please play this game. It might make you consider finding love for another human being more than you ever thought possible.

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