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Kono Oozora Ni Tsubasa Wo Hirogete Cruise Sign

Compatible with PlayStation Vita (PS Vita)
Version: Japan
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Kono Oozora Ni Tsubasa Wo Hirogete Cruise Sign
Kono Oozora Ni Tsubasa Wo Hirogete Cruise Sign
Kono Oozora Ni Tsubasa Wo Hirogete Cruise Sign
Kono Oozora Ni Tsubasa Wo Hirogete Cruise Sign
Kono Oozora Ni Tsubasa Wo Hirogete Cruise Sign
Kono Oozora Ni Tsubasa Wo Hirogete Cruise Sign
Kono Oozora Ni Tsubasa Wo Hirogete Cruise Sign
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Kono Oozora ni, Tsubasa o Hirogete: Cruise Sign is an Adventure game, developed and published by 5pb, which was released in Japan in 2016.

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Definitive Version of a Top-Tier Visual Novel
I've played a few different versions of this game, known in English as If My Heart Had Wings, but this is by far the most complete and definitive edition. The story is among the best video game narratives outside of Persona, you get to know the cast like they're real people whose feelings you care about, and the content on Vita can add up to around 70 hours of play time. Your mileage may vary depending on how fast you read or how many routes you care to explore, of course, and if you're playing this version, you'll need to be very proficient in Japanese. That being said, there are only a few actual choices/branches in the game, and you can fast-forward through scenes you've played. But what's there amounts to 8 possible romance options (3 primary, 5 secondary or what-ifs) and 13 different endings (including the Flight Diary extensions and prior DLC, all included on the card for Vita). Plot points and circumstances change considerably with each route, and it's compelling to see them all through to get a complete picture. There's also a large gallery of unlockables, from scenes and movies to a full-fledged music player. This is a lesson in how to compile a satisfying visual novel experience, and it's one that I'm not likely to forget. I got the platinum trophy on this Vita release, so I'm recommending it based on 100% of its content, both to VN fans and to those who normally wouldn't consider this type of game.
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