When the beast folded its wings and jumped into the water, I began to cry. I've been following Kay's narrow boat across the water for a while, but every time I approached it, it turned its eyes to my body and moved its wings away from me. She ditched the boat-crossed her silent arms, and reached out to Kay from the depths of the darkness-she was fighting on the roof, and terracotta tiles were jingling. But it's too late. I know I'm late. The beast has disappeared.
Lonely Sea Review
Developer: Jo-Mei Games
Play platform: PS4
Availability: Now available on Xbox One, PC and PS4
It surprised me to meet this monster and find it painful backstory. In the previous chapter, I felt sick, pieced together its bright, unmodified information, and was shocked by the story it told, but had to read it through. Ugly, painful, and sad, but also necessary. The events in this twisted school parody-if something artificial-shocked me in a way that shocked me, whether through games or otherwise.
If the lonely sea ends here, it may be a masterpiece. However, this is the first time in the game to meet the mysterious monsters who roam Kai's water world. This was a devastating final sprint, but it set a precedent for the rest of the game that cannot be completely matched. Instead, the impact of each encounter is bewildered by its predecessors, diluting the power of the narrative, and its amazing score and eye-catching visual effects are made possible by clumsy mechanisms, uneven sound performance, and indecent metaphors. More obscure, eliminating the necessary nuances. Such a powerful theme.