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The Labyrinth of Grisaia

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This is the sequel to The Fruit of Grisaia. It is strongly recommended to play the first game before starting this. “Are things OK as they are?” In every second of every minute of the life the young man had lived, the same thought recurred in his mind. Looking back on his past, the girls he’d met in this peaceful life made him feel guilty, and his heart was tormented with that guilt. —That girl discovered the meaning of her birth She no longer needed to hide her true self— —Understanding what it means to struggle to live From the protected to to the protector — —To feel so, so glad to be alive. Since the young man started meddling in young women’s affairs, their gray orchard began to recover its former brilliance. “It is impossible to capture eternity. But surely, I can at least spend the rest of my life with your hand in mine, never letting go.” That was the one decision one young man kept in his heart…
Release date
Jun 22, 2016
Sekai Project
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7/8 (32 bit or 64 bit)
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz Pentium 4
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1280 x 720
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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The Labyrinth of Grisaia reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
HI, this is my second Review, I hope to help one or the other with this. I haven't put a lot of Time into this Game yet, but I've completely played through his Predecessor except for one Route. Through the Predecessor and other Titles, I have come up with the Taste of VNs. Okay, now to the Game itself. As I said, I'm not very far yet, but can only say: Class. Play Sachi's Route further. Like his Predecessor well done. The Voices of the Characters are the same and they have remained true to each other (With The exception of The character Development initiated by the character development initiated in the first Part, of course.) The Drawing Style hasn't changed either. The Humour is the same as in the first Part and for Fans I Think it's a Must. I can't say much about Preis/length, as I've only just started the Game, but I'm more of someone who is willing to pay a little more for good Quality. And you can see that this Work Of Quality Is high quality after only 5 Minutes. Since the Game is the second of believing three Parts, I would strongly recommend playing the first Part beforehand. Anyone who loved or at least liked the first Part feels right at Home again. As far as I can tell so far, the Game gets 100/10 possible Points. Should this change by further reading the history case, I will of course adjust this Review. (But Expect only increasing Numbers; P)
Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
A Pinch sequel, a pinch of novella. The Second part of the main trilogy. To fully understand what is happening, it is advisable to read the previous part. All that is written further is based on the 18 + version. Sequel offers 5 story sequels for heroines (one for each character) + 33 not related to the main plot of short stories + 6 Independent secret scenes + cherry on the cake, in the form of the past Juji. Oh Yes, from all this it is the past Juji is a delicious part. It is not surprising, because his biography is the main arch, which at the end forms a backlog for the final part. This Arch will shed light on all of its past years: from childhood to the moment when it actually got to Miamu. Traditionally censorship. As usual, together with the hentai suffered innocent dialogues and miniatures, soaked a couple of Cgzek. In addition, drank five short plots. Is That why short stories have been affected? What's The big deal? The Dog knows them. But in the steampunk version there are several new Cgullek and drew a sprite one episodic character. The Rule of equal exchange was not observed, IMHO. By The Way, local hentai is not just for it to be, and like that, say, look, and we have this. No, it fits harmoniously into what is happening, and moreover, is not the most recent component. And This is a rather rare phenomenon in the Novelle. Maybe I'm just terminally ill. Anything can be. And in the end a little about the film adaptation. Although shielding is difficult to name. All right, stub. Stub, because the narrative breaks down somewhere in the middle of history. Yuji's Past is not fully disclosed, there is no atmosphere. The Arches of the heroines were simply lost somewhere. Actually, the film adaptation and Fruit was mediocre. What is the result of the plot Yumiko, where she undermines herself on a grenade. In General, the film adaptation-Byaka. In conclusion I will say that if you liked the Fruit, then the Maze will have a liking. Miniatures still burn, humor is still good, and the plot is intriguing. And the final part, Eden, has only two ways: either an excellent completion of history, or a catastrophic failure. The Other is not given, I think. Upd. I would Also like to note the convenience. How easy and simple it is to move to specific episodes in the Arches. I Wanted to reread some fragment-went to the gallery, found the right piece and ready. No Dancing with the vaults. It's Just a fairy tale.
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