Has a good deal of suspenseful drama as well as struggling beats of a music band story (think Beck).
The first game was yawn-inducing, this one has more careful pacing and wittier humour.Worth playing just for Anzu route alone - which toward the end, incorporates Memento's plot into a romance. Her route mirrors a shitty rom-com called Something Borrowed.Their sister company Comix Wave provides a brilliant score by composer Tenmon (aka the Clint Mansell of Japan) and fantastic montages by director Makoto Shinkai.That's a powerful staff behind a single franchise right there. One day, he sees numerous paper planes flying all over the sky.She looks at him and says, "Do you believe in a legend that paper planes deliver your love?
" (She wants to fuck) Divisive game, some like it for the rapid-fire comedy, some dislike it for bad sex scenes.
Someone re-created the entire game in flash version.
The translation does get a little rough every now and then, though, and there's quite a few non-intuitive elements here too (Relevant choices aren't presented in the conventional prompt format at times and even when they are, there's pretty much no telling what will be their consequences.
Despite the fact that only Riho and Kanade routes are worthwhile, you don't have to be a music lover or even a J-rock lover to enjoy this. Horror novel about a guy that must solve a supernatural mystery.
Several endings, sex scenes and disturbing, scary images are the ingredients for one of the most loved novel ever.
A novel in this page must have hentai/eroge-related content in it: if you are looking for other good novels (like Clannad, Ever 17 or Umineko no naku koro ni) try our Visual Novel Games page. There are no free novels in this list (except Katawa Shoujo), so if you want to play them you'll have to search for yourself (can't post those links on a wiki).