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Rameses

by Stephen Bond profile

Slice of life
2000

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- Spike, August 28, 2019

- comfortcastle (Sheffield, UK), August 17, 2019

- jjsonick, August 17, 2019

- DAB, May 14, 2019

- eccol, March 18, 2019

- elias67, March 12, 2019

- getlostdont, February 5, 2019

- SchnickelFritz (TX), December 26, 2018

- Bartlebooth, December 8, 2018

- DustyCypress (Hong Kong), May 19, 2018

- dgtziea, May 9, 2018

- enkaye (usa), October 5, 2017

- ja, bo ja, August 28, 2017

- Laney Berry, May 15, 2017

- Dhary, January 11, 2017

- ToALonelyPeace, April 1, 2016

- CMG (NYC), March 18, 2016

- E. W. B., February 23, 2016

A young man struggles with his identity and with self-loathing, February 3, 2016

Rameses is like 'Ulysses' by Joyce; a well-known classic that is uncomfortable at times and neither of which I can really recommend as enjoyable.

Rameses is a young college student who is dealing with loneliness, loss, and ennui. The main idea of the game is that you cannot always, or even often, overcome your character's desires to accomplish your own.

The character is accurately portrayed a shallow young man of his age, leading to a lot of profanity but worse, to the player becoming a partner in small despicable acts. Not things like murder or assault, but petty and mean things that he feels are not his fault.

Within its sphere, the writing is good and the implementation is excellent. A mid length game.

- namekuseijin (anywhere but home), January 12, 2016

- Aryore, December 13, 2015

- leanbh, July 30, 2015

- ibelongia, June 4, 2015

- Thrax, March 11, 2015

- hoopla, March 6, 2015


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