Natsuzora no Monologue [Limited Edition]

Natsuzora no Monologue [Limited Edition]

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Idea Factory
Compatible With PlayStation 2™ (PS2™)

Once bought, this item cannot be cancelled or returned.

1w Usually ships within 1 week

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Original Name  夏空のモノローグ(限定版)
Official Release Date Jul 29, 2010
Genre Otome
Version  Japan
  CERO B (12+)
PAX-Code PAX0003031219
Catalog No.  NMP2-00701
Item Code  4995857100774
Players  1

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dlsiegel (18) on 22, Sep. 2010 01:15 (HKT)
5 Stars Doesn't Describe This Game's Greatness...
This is one of the most satisfying otome games I have ever played.

The way the game is set up, each play through builds upon the previous one. After you snag a guy, the next play through will feature deja vu scenes with him. Also, each play through will have a seasonal scene with one or two of the guys. You ultimately will keep looping July 29 until you have developed enough as a person to take that step into July 30.

This game features a Loop system where you get to investigate why July 29 keeps repeating. Around 5 new scenarios are added during each new play through. Each scenario has multiple ways it can be completed according to which guy you choose to complete the scenario with. It provides you with hours of entertainment and a bunch of beautiful images.

On that note, this game has beautiful artwork and a wonderful soundtrack. Mao sings both the opening and ending songs. If they ever produce a soundtrack CD for this game, I am definitely buying it. The BGM really brings out the hardships attached to each July 29 loop and the triumph you feel once you help one of the guys move on to July 30.

Lastly, the main reason why I am so satisfied with this game is because there is an actual "ending" to it. Of course you can get those mini romantic endings with each guy. However, the "main ending" will really make you feel like you have accomplished something great as a human being and will probably resonate with you for a while.

There is also a bonus tree puzzle piece section where you can learn more about who Watamori Kaede is and why the Tree came into existence.

All in all, I never thought I would have so much fun repeating one day over and over. It certainly puts Star Trek space time continuums to shame. And the pre-order and limited edition drama CDs are so entertaining you'll want to listen to them multiple times.
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