WaterMelon releases a visual novel game for the SEGA Genesis

The SEGA Genesis/Mega Drive continues to live on through dedicated indie developers with the release of a brand new game titled Sacred Line. The game follows a private detective living in Eastern Europe who receives a mysterious message right before the detective decides to close down her practice.

The game works as a visual novel, featuring multiple endings and a haunting atmosphere thanks to the use of pre-calculated graphics. The game’s website is selling the game in a cartridge format, which includes a color instruction manual and a paper insert for a clam-shell box. You can click here to purchase Sacred Line, as well as check out the other games WaterMelon has developed.

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  • sui-sui

    $40 for a visual novel? I get that it’s a physical cartridge with all the goodies but it’s difficult to justify for a game that has very little gameplay elements.

  • cube_b3

    Also it looks like a downgraded port and not something tailored for the 16-bit console.
    Nice trailer though, looks much better than the actual game footage.