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If you're looking for a happy story full of love and laughter then this isnt for you. This is a dark story of betrayal and death. This game focuses less on the romance and more on telling a pretty interesting story. I got the platinum and I've gotta say it was worth it. Every character has two endings(with the exception of 1) and there are a bunch of short stories littered throughout. It was nice getting to know all of the characters. If you're looking for a visual novel with a darker story and pretty visuals then I would suggest picking this one up.
In between life and death, without her memories, can our dear protagonist figured out her past and save all her friends? Or will the truth destroy everything? This was an interesting otome. There was one main plot. Then the depending on your choices, the story branched out. There were additional side stories you have to unlock to help flesh out the characters and to unlock other endings. There was a flowchart to keep track of whether you completed every scene. There was a lot of repetition if you want to complete all endings. The twist was kind of predictable. They kept hinting at it throughout the game. It was still sad but not surprising. Maybe it was just me, but the game was more focused on the story than the romance. All the guys had feelings for the heroine so it was more that they acted out on it. The guys were all different with their own personalities. The heroine was okay. There was a nice character development since the point of the story forced everyone to face their own demon.
The main thing I dreaded was the black butterfly shooting part. I hated these events so much. These were easy to get a hang of but it took a toll on my thumbs. To get the A and S rank trophies, it was easier to achieve in the latter part of the game. So, don’t be like me. Just wait until you are further in the game. I started skipping after I got enough points.
The artwork was good. However, I think each character had too little 2D images that they rotate through. The voice acting was impeccable as always. The game is in Japanese with English subtitles. The BGM was decent but not memorable. The QC for this game was really good. There were a few spelling mistakes but the least that I have seen in recent otomes. The translators took some liberty with the translation. As someone who had study Japanese, there were a few lines that I feel was slightly off. But the overall message was there. There wasn’t much in extras. You get the gallery, bgm, movies and hunting black butterfly mini-game.
This was the first otome game I have played that I am not interested in replaying. That was the main reason I gave the game 4 stars. The plot may have been good but it was not worth going back for more. However, as an otome fan, this is worth adding to your collection. If you are not an otome fan, I would not recommend it. In conclusion, “Psychedelica of the Black Butterfly” has a good story, with decent characters and 40+ hours of gameplay. Definitely worth the purchase.
Great story, beautiful art, and enjoyable music and characters. However, wish they had more romance in this game.. though that isn't too big of a deal breaker. My main problem with this game and several other Otome games released by Aksys is the spelling and grammatical errors. As I was reading I had to stop several times to correct the words on my screen into something that actually made sense and there were a few times where the same words would appear twice in a row. Don't get me wrong, I love Aksys for releasing all these great games. But for a company that literally has the job of translating the game.. they aren't doing so well.
The buyer should know this is a visual novel, meaning most of the "gameplay" is just reading the story and click for more text with the occasional choice. The exception is a part where the player can shoot at butterflies to get points for side stories to the main plot. Once all the episodes are unlock it's easy to just skip past this part with no impact on what comes next.
I personally like visual novels and enjoyed this particular story. It could be sad, even the "best ending", but was well written with mostly likeable characters. The OST was nice and fit. I appreciate the visible story tree which let me do what I wanted, which was to actually read the story, without too much trouble. There were only two endings I had to restart from the beginning to get. Once I'd finished to 100%, I thought it did seem short for the price though. There were also some typos and other mistakes in the text.
I liked it. I just had the misfortune of playing to thematically similar games back to back so I couldn't help but end up comparing them a little.
Characters: All of them were good. 10/10 Music: It was decent, set the mood/tone but Maybe only 7/10 it wasn't anything spectacular or memorable. Endings: There were a lot of them, and honestly most of them were pretty realistic which is good if you want a bittersweet experience. No matter how happy the two characters who end up together may be there will always be a lingering pain that never truly goes away. So each ending has a veil of sadness. 10/10
If you want a mystery / suspense game this is a good choice. Some of the plot twists had me fooled.
At first glace, I didn't like the art style as much but as I progressed through the game, I started to like it more. This game didn't take too long to clear for me compared to other games such as Collar X Malice and it also has more endings than the usual Otome. However, most of the endings felt empty to me and left me unsatisfied, even the good ending ones. It felt short. 4/5.
Pros: Great artwork on the CGs, some interesting plot twists, a few endings are not as expected, good music, mini game Cons: Some parts in the story feel a little rushed (like Hikage's ending), the sprites were not as good quality wise as the CGs, the mini game was a little confusing at first. Definitely worth a play through if you like Otome games.
Enjoyed the story but didn't like how the side stories where separated from the main story. It made the main story feel short to me and lacking. But that's just me but will most likely buy the second game. Even though it will follow the same format. But hopefully the story will make up for it
The story is interesting but if you like otomes qith happy endings.. well this has like maybe one. The rest of them are just disheartening or empty. No doki doki scenes. But like I said still I good visual novel. Not a good otome.