Compatible with Sony PSP™ (PSP™)
Version: Japan
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
USD 0.00

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Good game
This game was an enjoyable novel-otome game based in Feudal Japan. Good music and decent voice acting. I wasn't a huge fan of the graphics but it's still very pretty.
I enjoyed the game enough, but perhaps it's because of the breadth of "capturable" characters in this game, I felt like the game aimed for quantity, not quality in terms of character development. To me, Keisuke stole the show. :)
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Loved this game.
I was looking forward to this game all summer and was pretty happy when i finally got to play it. It's an original release for the PSP so it doesn't come with the same bells and whistles that some re-release otome games get when they come to the PSP but I liked the fact that once you unlock chapters for characters you can go back and select them to play over. That way you can replay your favorite parts ^_^. The jukebox was a nice little feature too, especially for me because I loved the music. Like a lot of otome games this game also has a dictionary that you fill up as you play the game so you can easily go back and look up information. I would strongly suggest a kanji dictionary, but then that's my advice for most Japanese games. It's just nice to be able to double-check kanji you may not be solid with and since this is a historically set game a little brush up on Sengoku era events and figures doesn't hurt at all. The voice acting was pretty good and the characters were pretty diverse. The range of 'capturable' characters was the widest in any game I've played yet. Overall, I was fully satisfied with this game and look forward to playing it again and again.
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