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Tomoyo After ~It's a Wonderful Life~ English Edition

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A visual novel developed by Key Story This is a sequel to CLANNAD, following Tomoyo's ending. Tomoya, the protagonist, has started to work at a waste collection company in the outskirts of town. He recently begun living on his own, and enjoys a calm and happy life with his girlfriend Tomoyo. One day Tomoyo's brother, Takafumi, brings his father's illegitimate child, Tomo, to Tomoya's apartment. Tomo had been abandoned by her mother, and Tomoya and Tomoyo reluctantly decide they would look after her. Furthermore, Takafumi's ex-girlfriend, Kanako, ran away from her home just before the start of summer vacation. She too ends up staying in Tomoya's room. Tomoya, Tomoyo, Tomo, Takafumi, Kanako. And so begins the first and the last summer these five people will spend together.Characters "A never ending love does exist, I know it..." Tomoyo The homely heroine who supports Tomoya, who has just joined the workforce out of high school. She is actually very good at fighting and would win even against a group of people ganging up on her. "It's like a curse born of my mistake..." Takafumi Tomoyo's brother. He is very well-versed with computers. Against Tomoya's wishes, he set up a computer in the room and visits to sue it frequently. "If something like that doesn't exist... It's better to enjoy life as much as you can." Kanako A girl who ran away from home, unhappy with her mother's upcoming remarriage. She apparently used to date Takafumi and has a foul mouth. "Then make up with a kiss." Tomo The illegitimate child of Tomoyo's father. An innocent young girl who would believe in anything.Features Fully voiced story Tomoyo After features a fully voiced story and stars the phenomenal voice talents of Hikaru Isshiki (Little Busters!, The Fruit of Grisaia) and Yuichi Nakamura (CLANNAD anime) Dungeon & Takafumis Featuring the characters of the main story in a fantasy setting, "Dungeon & Takafumis" is a fully-featured, comedic strategy RPG that will add hours to your experience Tomopedia Newly added to the English Edition, Tomopedia provides insight into Japanese culture and explanations for cultural references that you may come across in the story.Staff Game Brand: Key Game Design: Jun Maeda Scenario: Jun Maeda, Leo Kashida Illustration: Fumio Music: Shinji Orito, Magome Togoshi, Jun MaedaTheme song Title: "Light colors" Lyrics: Jun Maeda Composition: Shinji Orito Arrangement: Kazuya Takase (I've) Vocals: Lia
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Release date
Jul 1, 2016
Developer
VisualArts/Key
Publisher
VisualArts
Age rating
Not rated
System requirements for PC
Minimum:
  • OS: Microsoft Windows® 8/7/Vista
  • Processor: Pentium III 1GHz or above
  • Memory: 128 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 800 x 600 16bit
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectSound-compatible sound card
Recommended:
  • OS: Microsoft Windows® 10
  • Processor: Pentium 4 2GHz or above
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 800 x 600 24bit or 32bit
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectSound-compatible sound card
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Tomoyo After . . . I miss words to describe how I feel after I finish this story. Simply, if you liked Clannad, this sequel centered on the love story between TOMOYO and TOMOYA is hard strong, moving and touching... It is indispensable for any fan of the series.
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Well, many already know Tano's visual novel Clannad as his series, because they tell the life between Tomoya and Tomoyo, because this game continues more history between this beautiful couple. Also introduces new characters that influence the life of these 2, even arriving at a critical moment that could affect the truth this game is worth playing, although short on content is compensated with a quality that is up to its predecessor.
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Well let's start with the matching this game does not have the H scenes that came out in the original version so do not get illusions in defense of this the added scenes I like more for part of a story and continues with the basis that the protagonist is pure by ASI D Ecirlo, also only 1 scene H was good with respect to the context of the story the others very forced and so can be directed to a wider audience and now finally you can play with the door of the room Open: v Well we start with this novel is a continuation of another Rather than a route from another novel which is Clannad, you can easily play the great part of this novel without having played the route mentioned above and there will be no problem but do it preferably. A story with comedy, drama, and a good protagonist is what this novel and although for Spanish-speaking players like me, it is more complicated to play clear this because the language is English, even with those is worth translating the game for its great history and Or I translate the game by hand in a notebook, besides you learn some English. Now As for the soundtrack is very good to set the scenes shown on screen and is really immersive. The only one but for the soundtrack is some soundtracks of Dugeons and Takafumis That is another, important point, they added a little game of role is a game quite entreenido and even this little game also has history including which is equally funny and Entertaining with some drama of course, has a good difficulty and if you want to achieve the achievements of this little minigame you will have to work hard as you break the head and the few guides that are in English, for example reach level 99 with a character is Easy but very long time. In A nutshell a game that covers my expectations in this edition and it is definitely worth killing translating.
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