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Oblivious Garden ~Carmina Burana

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Story Oblivious Garden ~Carmina Burana is a Romance fantasy visual novel. Our protagonist Irell Reis was once a famous general who led thousands of soldiers to expand the land of the Magic Empire on Latoy. However the defeat in Garyalburg, Vaustiya three years ago cost him everything. Fortunately he was not executed, but he was stripped of his rank and forced to live life as a lowly peasant from then on. Finally, the time has come for Irell to recover his honor and reputation. His uncle the Emperor of Celantu has summoned him. What task will the Emperor give to him? Will Irell Reis be able to succeed in his new mission? He may first need to learn how to get along with the princesses?Background Long ago, people once called their land Latoy in awe. Since ancient times, Latoy has referred to the vast paradise they called their home carried forward by one generation after another. By showing great admiration to various gods and to the motherland, people in Latoy lived in peace for thousands of years. Now, however, humans have forgotten all of this. After thousands of years, humans once living in Latoy are divided into the north and the south. Celantu, the Magic Empire, occupies the southern part with abundant resources. Vaustiya, the United Principality, occupies the cold northern part. Though people on both sides were once brothers and sisters, they launched an endless and bloody war, killing anyone holding different flags with their swords and magical powers. --This is an era when humans lose their admiration for gods and reverence to the land. However, even in the turbulent time, there exists a care-free paradise like the one a thousand years ago. --Oblivious Garden This is a lavish palace built for the seven princesses. It is a “birdcage” glorified with the name “garden.” And so, the story about love, hate, myth, and forgiveness begins...
Release date
Dec 12, 2014
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 1.2 GHz Pentium 4
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: Integrated Graphics
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
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Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
More and more in the Stim come visual novels... Not only from Japan. Oblivious Garden-The creation of Chinese and thanks to DEZ Studio has English localization. What about the content? The game has a specific visual style... Can not be called bad, rather just unusual... For some reason the concept of "Three Kingdoms" comes to mind at once. Sad lack of normal resolution... Because of this it is better to play in the window. Music is quite a bad, creates an atmosphere of "garden princesses", although the tracks are small. This is what the game is bad-voice... And my claim is not to the language itself, but to the quality of the recording. Sometimes audible noises in speech, hissing microphone, etc.. It is unpleasant and annoying. Gameplay-it's a standard visual novella with the elections, several routers and even a small mini game of tea making) during The game saw some uncool events, but not too critical... Overall: Not bad... About 7 with minus out of 10. Because Of the specific affectation, lack of normal resolution and not the best voice can advise to take only with a discount.
Translated by
Microsoft from French
A rather friendly VN with several different endings and an acceptable lifespan (10 to 15h for the 4 endings (3 princesses + Finn) and there are 2 (3?) different endings for Leira) the music is friendly without more to my liking, and visually the characters are rained soon succeeded although sometimes I find their faces bitted from some angles with proportions of faces a little grotesque. For the decorations there too it sometimes depends successful sometimes the side photoshoped bothers a little but overall it remains acceptable see good. The characters are for some a little cliché but I find the story rather well brought to deepen them as well as dig the connections that they maintain between them. On the other hand I find some passages a little poorly written due to clumsy combos, likewise I would tend to say that the DLC concerning Finn (good it is free) is may be a little too expeditious. Annoying also it is some rare times to put in the place of another character and to have his thoughts without really being warned, while the game puts us almost all the time in place of Irell, so it takes a little time to say that we are in the place of another character. Same for the white day DLC, I have a lot of difficulty understanding (it may be from me) because the mood and personality of Leira are far too changeable from one minute to the next, even if there must be a sequel the end is clearly too abrupt , it is not the impression that it is thoughtful but that its author chose a totally random event to cut the story without giving a special desire to see a possible sequel to this DLC. In spite of this generally it remains a good VN with endeant characters whether it be princesses, maids or even Intelia, shame Besides not having more ties with some princesses. If I were to rate it would be a 7/10.
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