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Where do i begin, I can't believe i didn't come on here sooner and write a review to warn my sisters in arms, I'M SORRY. this game is bad. badddd. art?? its just a front, all the art in the trailer is the good art and then idk... a doppelgänger takes over and there's proportion errors in a lot of cgs and one sprite is soooo bad LMAOOO, YOU CANT POLISH A TURD MAN FIX THE ANATOMY.
Backgrounds ARE SOO COOL!! GUYS, THE BGS MOVE!! THATS INSANE i think the games woth it just for that looking back on it. but by the end i wanted to throw it out a window MUSIC: wow the music is so damn good, id open the game to listen to the music!! it was wayyy too good for this game!! STORY: will make you lose brain cells that's the best way to describe it. I'm not joking!! it could have been so much more but nope. Nope! routes repeat scenes because i guess u know, events overlap right.... but God, it draagggsss onnnn and makes the game feel long and boring they should just do totally different routes. a lot of the m a l e s *squints* are so annoying and i just wanted to ditch them honestly. hiroya was the most useless.... annoying... male ever. ugh id choke him!! overall dont yall DAREEE pay more than like... 20 or 15 dollars for this I'm warning you!!!!! just skim this game and enjoy the moving bgs and music!!
Overall an enjoyable experience, however as a whole way to easy to get through. The art is beautiful and the story is interesting. Each character route was way too short. There is a cute little battle system (not really battling) that is a nice break from the usual select an answer. If you are starved for an Otome game I would pick this one up, just expect that it won't be as fleshed out as some of the better ones like Hakuoki and Code Realize. Otherwise, I'd probably wait for a sale...
Side note: it's nice to support these when they come out if you can so that we can get more localizations.
Thank you Aksys for bringing us yet another Otome! I've played Code:Realize and Norn9 and this is definitely up there as one of my favourites. The soundtrack for this game is incredible and I love how the characters slightly move, blink and move their mouths instead of being static images. For people who are new to the genre, this is basically a visual novel with choices that allow you to romance the main guys in the cast. The setting is similar to Sword Art Online where everyone is trapped in a game and if you die in it you die in real life. Astrum is best guy :P
It's somewhat short and the choices are fairly simple, but I think the art and all the textures make the game look really gorgeous. The map and menu UIs also do a good job at making you feel like you actually are in a MMO. All of the main characters (except yourself) are fully voiced. It's pricey compared to visual novels on steam but you get better quality art in general, and it helps get other vita visual novels localized.
The plot is really stupid and has a lot of holes and some of the CGs look a bit awkward, but I still had a lot of fun with this game. I loved the moving sprites and the fact that there's a feature that allows you to skip straight to the next dialogue choice. The bad endings are also really interesting, some are even better than the good ones. Some of the characters might not appeal to some people though, because the game has a few yanderes in it. If you don't really care about the plot and just want some romance stuff, this game is quite decent. It's not my favourite PS Vita otome, but I still really liked it.
As a fan of Code Realize and Norn9 I had really high hopes for this game but it's really just meh all around. I've played through the entire game, gotten all the endings, and it's still just so meh... The writing is simple to the point it's boring, and the routes are so short you can finish the entire game in a day if you feel like it. There's nothing special in any of the relationships, and everyone seems to fall in love in the span of a day. I understand that story-wise the game is on a short timeline but.. I feel like it's weird to have just met someone and suddenly be so in love. At least other otomes I played gave time for love to grow, and if time was short they made it a story about two people who genuinely liked eachother but would continue on to the love-type feelings later on not addressed in the story.
The backdrops are the same, over and over again. It starts to feel very bland. Same for the OST, you'll be listening to the same 4-5 songs over and over again and I am fairly certain one of the songs has been reused from Code Realize, and if not then it's very similar sounding. Translation isn't perfect either. At least once in each storyline the heroine is referred to as her original name, Kazuha, even if you have renamed her. It throws you completely out of immersion.
Anyway, it's not terrible if you're desperate for an otome but I really wouldn't recommend this at full price. Oh and there's some creepy brother-sister stuff going on here. They're not blood related, but I still find it creepy especially since I have no blood relation to my own brothers.
Kazuha haven’t heard from her brother for a while. With a childhood friend, Hiroya, they decided to go investigate his apartment, hoping to find clues of his whereabouts. In his room, they find a computer screen displaying “Accessing World V.” Deciding to access the game as well, Kazuha and Hiroya found themselves trapped in the video game! As they try to figure out how to escape and where her brother was, they meet other players that help them along the way.
Plot: It was simple and sweet. The story was not as fleshed out but I appreciate that they don’t overladen with details. But instead, focused a little more on the couple. The routes were varied enough but can be a bit repetitive since the final goals ended up the same. But you needed to see them all to get the whole story. The guys were such cuties and there was someone for everyone’s taste. Astrum’s was my favorite. Followed by Radius’s. Then Libera’s.
There were two interactions you have with the visual novel. One was when you have to answer to the hero to raise his affection. And the second was when you were in battle. There will be a prompt to ask which action you wanted to take. For most part, there was one correct answer that will raise your Almighty skill. If you don’t have enough by the final chapter, it will be an automatic game over.
The best part was the routes were easier and quicker to achieve. In the few that I have played, you have to go through the same 4 chapters, for all the characters, before diverging to a specific route. However, in Period Cube, after Quest 2, you are already in a specific route. For each character route, it took about 8 hours+. And then, an additional 1.5-2 hours for the bad ending.
Graphics: I love the character designs and also love the fact that the characters sway back and forth, instead being stationary drawings. My only comment would be that their necks must be killing them, having it at that awkward angle all the time.
Technical: The language is in Japanese. The voice acting was spot on as always. I will mention that you can change the heroine’s name, but they will still call you Kazuha. The subtitles are in English. The translation was well done but not always exact to the Japanese. I only found a couple of spelling errors. There were no loading times. And you can easily get 100% completion as long you finish all the character’s routes. There weren’t much extras. The only thing that was unique was the “His Perspective” that can be viewed from the hero’s profile. It was nothing more than a quick snippet of the guy’s feelings for Kazuha (usually on a date). It was very short, nothing detailed and kind of left you wanting more.
Note: This was a fairly clean game. However, there was descriptive violence of characters being killed.
All in all, I was uber addicted the game. I finished it within a week. This is a visual novel. It is pretty much reading, with a few prompts to gain affection points. So, if you are looking for something that is more an adventure/RPG/puzzle based, the game is not meant for you. But for me, I loved it and I’m sad I finished so quickly. I did go back to replay some routes but other than that, I got my money’s worth. Definitely a must for otome fans.
I have to admit that some parts in this game are just kind of disturbing. Another reviewer mentioned how the MC gets changed by someone while she is sleeping (Weird), one who uses some sort of mind control/merging and it sounds...creepy (WEIRD), and there are some other instances throughout the game, but I won't go into detail just so I don't ramble and possibly give away a spoiler. The characters were less than okay. Astrum is my favorite, but even so, the story and the characters are lacking. It had promise-being based off of being in a video game and it's different from the average so I wanted to give this a try. I do not like how the tactics you choose in battle affect who you end up with. How are you supposed to know if attacking or running will get you with who you want to go with? I had to look up a guide due to this. It's just not ideal or wise at all. The MC is boring to me. After playing Code Realize, my expectations are immensely high. She doesn't have backbone and isn't charming at all. I know not every MC is going to be strong and independent, but that doesn't mean they can't be clever or quick to think and act, etc. All in all, it's just okay. If you want trophies or just a VN to play, get it, but other than that, I don't recommend this.