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She gave it a 8 out of 10, and quoted it an “Interesting visual novel adventure release“!
Here’s an excerpt of her review:
I enjoyed my time with Echoes of the Fey: The Fox’s Trail, and I look forward to seeing what the team does with subsequent episodes. If you’re a fan of visual novels and point and click adventure games, then Echoes of the Fey: The Fox’s Trail is one to check out.
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We’re currently working on a review for Echoes of the Fey: The Fox’s Trail, so we got in touch with Woodsy Studio to talk about the game’s development for Sony’s PS4.
PS4Blog: Hello! Good to have you two with us at PS4Blog.net. Could you please get us started by introducing yourself to our readers and telling them a bit about your work and your role at Woodsy Studio?
MALCOLM: Woodsy Studio is a two-person studio based in Saint Louis, Missouri founded by Jenny Gibbons and Malcolm Pierce (me). We make adventure games inspired by Japanese visual novels. Both of our backgrounds are in film/screenwriting, and we want to use the techniques of the visual novel to bridge the gap between comics/graphic novels and video games in the west. I am a writer, programmer, and 3d artist.
JENNY: Our studio began when I made my very first visual novel, Serafina’s Saga, using the Ren’Py engine. Already a writer by trade, I worked hard to develop my skills in programming and art with new projects. Malcolm first joined me as a co-writer, then gradually took on more and more of the work load. Now we both share portions of writing, programming, and art tasks, while I tend to focus most on art, music, and voice direction.