The Way Walkers: University epic continues in the second part of the Tar'citadel trilogy by author J. Leigh!
Picking up right where you left off in part one, the city and school are still in shock from the mysterious attacks, and the question on everyone's mind is...who was behind them, and why? Choose for yourself: will you be drawn into the hunt to discover the truth, or simply try to have a normal life in this city of Talents?
Will you excel in your Ability classes, and survive the complex hallways and their many magical surprises? Can you piece together the clues, and begin to discover the truth behind Illyan Giesi? Will you be able to balance your relationships between Jun and Sem, or will friendships crumble while rivalries deepen to hatred? Can you win the fight for a friend's soul, or risk losing them forever?
Finally, can you face what might be your greatest challenge of all in Tar'citadel.... dating?
Bug fixes and support for new content in Way Walkers: University.
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What makes this such a great novel is the level of thought put into it. The author refrained from using "blank characters" (in other words, characters without a name, or people you only see once;space fillers)
Every character, in the end, has a very well thought out personality and are NOT space fillers. You really come to adore each and every character (mainly Jun and Semryu, who both have unique personalities... and fan girls...) and depending on your choices, maybe even hate them. (But you still secretly like them anyways 😜)
I personally enjoyed the sequel more so than the first, which is GOOD! With most books, games, or anything actually, the sequel is NEVER as good as the original. The is where J Leigh shines, because she managed to make the sequel just as good, if not better.
If its your first time playing Waywalkers, I do suggest you start with the first one, it is still an amazing COG game. And for those of you who are a little Leary about buying the second, well, your missing out on a LOT!
I'd rather attend Tri-citadel over Hogwarts.
I can't say enough praise for this interactive novel! The world feels wholly realized (pun intended) and the characters are interesting and have in-depth personalities. I was left caring about each one of them and truly wanting to find out more about the extensive fantasy/supernatural world the story takes place in. The way the story deals with concepts like angels/demons, the afterlife, reincarnation and psychic abilities was pure joy.
The writing and story was so well done that I felt like I was actually there sharing in the triumphs and tragedies that took place. The choices were extremely well-thought out and there are no good or bad choices. I love that this game uses that in it's narrative.
This story has risen to my #1 favorite game from CoG & HG. It's definitely worth the purchase and the wait until the 3rd one comes out. In the meantime, I'm buying the book!
Still begging for a sequel
This series remains my favorite--but Lord, waiting for a sequel is like waiting for a new season of Sherlock. Still, the replay value for the first two installments is impressive. While I didn't love every character, I never got bored with the MC or her vampiric best friend. Unlike other CYOA games, which I always enjoy, I've never forgotten the characters of Way Walkers. This game has it all--Harry Potter esque charm, detailed character creation, action and magic, detailed characterization, and a years long plot. If you're a fan of romance you're in for a treat, but the friendships are just as important and interesting (thank goodness!).
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- 21.5 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © 2013-2015 J. Leigh
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