Beginning with the "Heroes Rise: The Prodigy," you’re immediately integrated into the expansive Heroes Rise universe. With nothing short of imaginative effort, Zachary's narration does quite an impressive job at introducing a few key characters whilst allowing you to establish your own unique role in the Millennia City society.
The actions and choices you make throughout your adventure follow you through each sequel, as you continue on.
Upon finally reaching "Heroes Rise: The Hero Project," your hero glimpses at the immense buildup of suspense to which inevitably reaches a much earned climatic conclusion in "Heroes Rise: HeroFall."
The Heroes Rise trilogy written by Zachary Sergi was undoubtedly an enjoyable experience.
With its truly engaging storyline it helps establish a connection the reader has with their own character. Even moreso paired with allowing one the choice to respond in ways they see fit. With these two elements, it proves to be quite a noteworthy “choose-your-own-adventure” game. 6/10
Underlying Philosophical Themes -- Identity, Freedom, Security, Morality, etc.
Genuinly Surprising Plot Twists
No option to choose/create a unique power set
Somewhat limiting in regard to fighting options
Extremely unpredictable consequences based on answer choices
Par quality reading -- a few typos.
(This game shows potential not only for the market on the PC platform, but the overall quality of what is to come.)