[Episode 1] The Terminal
In the year 2115 A.D, a 24 year old Acarno Brani has relocated from Greyland to pursue a career as a professional “junk blade” racer in East Edge City.
Upon arrival, an altercation quickly ensues and Acarno finds himself in the middle of a conflict between a seemingly nice older gentleman and an armed group of individuals who demand he hands over a specific item.
To progress, you must trigger the cut scene with a specific person in the terminal before escaping alive.
Following the introductory cut scene, you begin in the West Terminal Tower 8F as the game’s main playable character, Acarno. This is a good, safe area for you to get used to OverBlood 2’s controls, inventory and camera angles if you are new to the game. You can also interact with the people within the terminal, who give you advice on the game’s controls – although there isn’t much to be gained here that you won’t learn later on for yourself.
Starting from the point at which you entered the Terminal, you will see something ‘sparkling’ on the floor to your right – this is how items appear in OverBlood 2. Walk over and pick it up.
Turn 180 degrees and follow the walkway around to the right until you reach the three red vending machines. Jump on top of the middle vending machine and pickup x2 MAGAZINE CARTRIDGE.
You can also buy JUICE CAN health recovery items from the vending machine – simply stand in front of the machine and access your inventory, scroll to the “?” on the right-hand side and use the CREDIT CARD CHIP. A JUICE CAN is both the least powerful and cheapest health recovery items in the game, so don’t bother.
Jump down from the vending machines and continue heading around the walkway and you will notice an elderly man sat down on a bench situated up against the windows. Talk to him. Select “I’m tired… I think I’ll rest a while” and meet Veltor Curtis.
After the cut scene you will have acquired the ANTIQUE GUN and the UNKNOWN CAPSULE. Ignoring the enemies, head for the escalator and take it all the way to the ground floor.
It is worth noting that eliminating enemies is one of many ways to earn CP (Clear Points) throughout the game – which determines whether you unlock the hidden bonus Episode or not – however during this encounter, enemies will reappear and those killed will not count towards your CP. For more information on Clear Points, visit our CP & Rankings page.
Feel free to save your game when prompted. Note that you can save your game at any time by accessing the inventory menu and using the VOICE RECORDER.