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OPUS: Echo of Starsong Official Game Script
Winner of 8 International Accolades
“Then... are you also able to sense its flow from my performance?”
“As long as I focus, then yes, I can hear you clearly.”
Every deceivingly insignificant utterance is an exquisitely crafted puzzle piece that uncovers the story’s true ending.
What makes OPUS: Echo of Starsong so unique is its layered storytelling. As the saying goes, "There is more here than meets the eye", for the text does not stop at the surface level. There are multiple layers of meaning, and this is what allows the story to keep on giving. This approach to writing strings together the entire text, allowing layers of emotion to build towards a final crescendo through rich metaphors and symbolism. This is precisely what has initiated passionate discussions among players. OPUS: Echo of Starsong Official Game Script fully lays out these meticulous twists and turns, peeling back layer after layer. How much foreshadowing can you find?
- Vol. 1 & Vol. 2, total 200+ pages
- 5 chapters of the main storyline
- Exclusive Myrian translations
- Selected CGs to relive those unforgettable memories
Highly Recommended by Players
"Even if you have a pretty good sense of where the story's headed, it'll still move you."
"After completing the game, I went back and took another look at those lines I had simply browsed through. All the questions I had, the details I didn't pick up on, and the dialogues that echo the ending... they all threw me back into the vastness of lumen."
"I'm definitely going to dive back into this story, making sure to read every single line closely... To experience once again the touching nature of Echo of Starsong."
"An expansive worldview and a story that follows each climactic moment with another. There's just no way to put it down!"
"Never expected to be sucked into the story after opening the game..."
* Since the game's story is so large, this book only contains material related to the main storyline.
* Contains both English and Chinese versions.