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The Fruit of Grisaia

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SIX FRUITS BARE THEIR FANGS AT THE WORLD. --The academy was their orchard. In this place of learning, protected by high walls from the outside world, there arrived a single young man who'd lost his purpose in life. He'd lost sight of what he wanted to protect. He passed his days in a haze of guilt and regret. All that remained to him were the chains around his neck... And a life worth less than that of a stray dog. But in that academy, he would meet five young women. And in time, he would discover a new thread of hope. --That girl's very birth was a mistake. The sin of disobedience-- --A life not so different from death. No one’s going to protect you-- --And survival itself can be a punishment. That place was their orchard. Those young women were the fruits of remorse, grown on the tree of sorrow. "What can I do for them...?" In that thought lay the undying hope one young man had dreamed of finding--
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Release date
May 29, 2015
Developer
Frontwing
Publisher
Sekai Project
Age rating
Not rated
Website
https://sekaiproject.com/products/the-fruit-of-grisaia/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Vista
  • Processor: 1Ghz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1024x576
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 7 GB available space
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 7/8
  • Processor: 1Ghz+
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1024x576
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 7 GB available space
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The Fruit of Grisaia reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Sodele, I have now played through 4 of The 5 Paths of Fruit of Grisaia and see for me the Game as finished, because the Person around whom the 5th Path turns is not so. Overall, I definitely liked the Game very much, the Start is easy, because the first few Scenes are loosened up with anime typically twisted Humor and you also notice relatively quickly what it's all about. Overall, there are not many Decisions to make, but they are well chosen for that. With some other VNs, I find that all Characters seem somehow similar (presumably because they come from the selbem Scribe), but here all 5 Characters are vastly different, offer a profound Story (as far as I read from the 4 read, that can judge) and At no Point do they seem flat. One can admit that they follow such a few Templates for this Strain of Game (Tsundere, Maid, ...), but at least that didn't bother me, especially because they approach the (known) topic differently. For those who are interested in the H scenes were removed from the Game. But If you don't know the Original and you don't put a lot of emphasis on it (like me), then nobody goes. The Scenes are set up in such a way that one knows at the Places that it happens and after that it is usually talked about again. And even without the H scenes, there are enough Images with "Eye Candy" (if you may put it that way). Overall, the Game is definitely full of Emotions, I was allowed to mourn and fever with the characters while reading the game/reading a lot, especially at the beginning, but also with the Characters. I can really recommend it to anyone who is into Romances, Dramas and Comedies because this Game puts everything 3 together. Afterward, I would recommend that you play through the Characters in the Order you like them and not use a Guide at the first. That is of course up to you, but for me it was so fun and the Decisions are also intuitive enough in my Opinion that even when You play Through the first game, you end up where you want to go. Conclusion: On Offer definitely strike, but even so is definitely worth the Money!
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The Fruit of Grisaia is probably one of the Reference Titles when it comes to Virtual Novels. I would like to explain in the following why this is entirely justified and to what extent the Game was able to convince me. The Perimeter alone dwarfs the other Competitors on Steam. Until you have seen each End, more than 60 Hours pass without Any problems. In some Places it got a bit tough, in others as exciting and emotional as few Games manage these days. From my Point of view, this is one of the great Strengths of the larger Visual Novels: Pure because they take so much Time for Character Development and Detail, they grow all the more close to the Player's Heart. And all the more violently, the Storylines end, both positively and negatively. When I look back on it, I have to say that I would describe it less as a Game but rather, as the Name suggests, as a kind of virtual Novel or as an Anime with Subtitles, because we can only influence how it is made by Making decisions. Continues. At this Point, I would like to say that it is not the uncut, original Version of the Game, but a PSP port that has already been cut, but has been expanded to include some new Scenes. In My Opinion, however, the Absence of these explicit Scenes does not really disturb the Course Of the Game. A little of a shame for some is probably the Fact that there are neither German Subtitles nor a German Voiceover. To be honest, though, I'm also happy about it, because here I realised how difficult it would be to adequately portray the different Characters in a German Localization without them losing some of their Charm. Overall, however, the Setting Has succeeded very well, including the Soundtrack. Granted, some Voices are already starting to get annoying after some Time. At this Point, I simply recommend taking a Break and moving on later. As Far as the Graphic is concerned, there is nothing to criticise. This may certainly not be to everyone's Taste, but objectively, character and background Textures are coherent and Fit in well with the Bigger Picture. In Addition, the Game gives us numerous Options to adapt our Gaming Experience. All in all, The Fruit of Grisaia is so Far my Favourite among the visual Novels, absolutely living up to its price compared to Many other Stories on Steam, and I can suggest it to anyone who harbors no Grudges against this Type of Game. I'm excited to see how the Story around Kazami Yuuji And his Classmates will continue over the next two Parts.
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