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On the night of the typhoon, Ray gets Wei to tell her about the book club and how Miss Yin is involved. [13], Detention as well as Red Candle's next game Devotion will be preserved at the Harvard-Yenching Library, the largest collection of East Asian works maintained at an American university. Towards the end, Ray's shadow appears and asks her a series of questions. Yao felt that the game did not have a core story, and so they scrapped the original idea and made their second prototype with a Taiwanese dystopia setting inspired by George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Rely on Horror gave the game a 9 out of 10, saying that "every facet of Detention moves in one harmonious lockstep towards an unavoidable tragedy, drowning out the world around you. Devotion is a passive skill system intended to provide players with an extra level of character development. With the school's bridge exit flooded by the river, they decide to wait out the storm in Wei's classroom. Ray finds a paper airplane containing a message of love and farewell from Chang and heads to his office. Devotion is a first-person horror video game developed and published by Red Candle Games, who also created their previous work Detention. [8] The soundtrack was released with the game on Steam as a DLC. [1][2] On June 8, 2020, Red Candle Games announced that the Taiwan Limited Edition of Devotion was available for pre-order from June 8, 2020 until June 15, 2020.[3]. Games with Steam Cloud support may store data in ~/.steam/steam/userdata/ / 1006510 / … A highly devoted slave will always obey and will do her best on assignments. The game shifts to the present. In addition, the soundtrack includes songs by Teng Yu-hsien that was banned by the military government in the 1960s such as "Bāng Chhun-hong" and "The Torment of a Flower". Devotion (tiếng Trung phồn thể: 還願; giản thể: 还愿; Hán Việt: Hoàn nguyện; nghĩa đen: hoàn thành ước nguyện) là một trò chơi điện tử kinh dị tâm lý góc nhìn thứ nhất do hãng Red Candle Games từ Đài Loan phát triển và phát hành cho nền tảng Microsoft Windows thông qua Steam vào ngày 19 … Wei leaves to look for a telephone, and the game shifts to Ray waking up in the auditorium again, this time in a nightmarish version of the school with Wei's corpse hanging upside down from the stage ceiling. After performing a ritual where she cuts Wei's throat and collects his blood, Ray wanders the rest of the school, avoiding different kinds of ghosts, solving puzzles and finding clues, as her story is slowly pieced together. Set in 1960s Taiwan of the White Terror period, students Wei and Ray find themselves trapped and vulnerable in Greenwood High School (翠華中學) which is located in a remote mountainous area. She witnesses Chang's arrest, and he tells Ray that people should be born to live freely without fear of oppression. It was released as Huan Yuan Devotion (Simplified Chinese: 还愿 Devotion, Traditional Chinese: 還願 Devotion, Japanese: 還願 Devotion) in Asia on February 19, 2019. His journal reveals Miss Yin spent the rest of her life abroad as an activist but died of lung cancer before she could return home. Devotion is a Taiwanese independent horror game developed by Red Candle Games, who also made Detention. Some store links may include affiliate tags. She and Chang develop a romantic relationship, though she is unaware that Chang helps Miss Yin smuggle banned books for a secret book club where Wei and several other students are also members. Produced in collaboration with Taiwan Public Television Service (PTS), the Chinese-language original series will premiere worldwide on Netflix exclusively on 5 December 2020. The player can interact with the environment, such as finding notes left from the daughter and keys for each apartment and to solve puzzles and figure out what truly happened to Mei. If Ray refuses to acknowledge her actions and guilt, the shadow states that she and Ray are not the same, and Ray walks down a path beside a river of blood, with Wei, Chang, and Miss Yin telling her the cycle will not end. The concept of the game originates with the Red Candle Games co-founder Shun-ting "Coffee" Yao.