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This was the second Visual Novel game I've played, and it showed me that every game genre has it's bad ones. My first visual novel was Steins Gate, and even though the player's interaction was minimal, it occurred frequently and had a decent amount of choices. It also had a great plot that you immediately get pulled into. Xblaze Code:Embryo however had none of this. The only real decision the player can make is which article to read in a virtual newspaper that is occasionally updated. There are usually three articles to read and the player decides how many, if any, he or she wishes to read. This apparently has an effect on how the story goes, but I never played long enough to get to the end so I really don't know. I am quickly becoming a fan of visual novel type games, but Xblaze Code:Embryo is one I should've avoided.