Average Playtime: 5 hours

Malus Code

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Release date
Dogenzaka Lab
Age rating
17+ Mature

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows7/8.1/10
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz Pentium 4
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Translated by
Microsoft from Italian
Making A review unfortunately is not what I do best, whether it's a game or a movie, but since I've never done it (I guess for fear of making me ridiculous or say something senseless), a first time there is always Right? However, having to analyze this umpteenth VN the only things I found really beautiful and "flashy" are the CG, the music and characters inserted (although personally... I swear that when I found out, I was pretty bad, but I do not say anything else I would end up just to spoil something-talking about a character in particular XD). The E-Mote Also, as usual, does its dirty work! the rest? Boh. What exactly did I play? I Don't know either. I finished it (and for those who ask, yes, the longevity is decidedly low, very low), I replayed.. But I did not understand anyway a bat D: ultimately given the current price "due" of the discount entered, if you were interested in something different, well come, but you do not expect a title like the previous work or Tokyo School Life! I Can only tell you that here the choices are not in the slightest, everything is already written and the story follows that very precise track without deviating in the slightest. So my thumb Despite everything is positive, but only for the reasons listed above, totally excluding the story (probably I'll be silly I xD)
Translated by
Microsoft from French
Yes. The idea went well, one (one imagines, in any case I was the case ~) beautiful ephèbe who arrives in the middle of a Japanese University with two notions of the language of the enemy, surrounded by three beauties including two with strong breasts. And here! It's the drama. The story is a mess without a name. There is not much to be learned, when we understand roughly, it is simply so that other poorly brought questions come to be added, and the most unfortunate thing is that despite the different routes, you never learn much about the other protagonists. Nothing that could have been guessed in the other roads with a little effort. So the story could have been cool, if it had actually been finished. The personality of the different protagonists is not sufficiently worked, the history lacks depth, so that one tends to suffer the history more than to immerse oneself fully, most of our time being devoted to ask "why", and to have no answer on the most important stuff. I played again to try to see what could have escaped me... I still don't get it all figured out. In addition, since before clicking we are entitled to a disclaimer, I still imagined that either the tag "nudity" or the "horror" would have been worth it. who cares... Neither one nor the other. Sadness. Despair. Aaaargh. This game is frankly all public. From an aesthetic and sound point of view, it's really nice on the other hand. The animations are fluid, the little extras that are right at the end of the road are beautiful, even if they do not break three Paws to a duck, and the music, although repetitive, is not too unpleasant (special mention for the intro < 3). To conclude, to try if you like stories with shadow parts not intended to be solved, the harems gloomy and the evil brought horror... Basically, if you're a damn good public what.
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