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sekai1ban(12) on 28, Sep. 2015 10:19 (HKT)
Easily 5 Stars
If you wanted more of Oregairu, then this is another way to get that more contents. The game is in Japanese and depending on your level of knowledge, it could be very easy to understand or very hard. Either way, I enjoyed it 100% and I think it's worth every cent.
Silver4000(2) on 22, Oct. 2014 18:01 (HKT)
Take the place of Hikigaya Hachiman, the anti-social protagonist
If you are here, you probably are familiar with visual novels or/and OreGairu.
So, what is a visual novel? It's a game where you talk with various heroines, which you can end up dating with, or you can get the Bad End (speaking of Bad End, the BE on this game is revealed at the beginning, which can be interpreted as a joke, or a route, your choice).
You know what is a VN, but what is OreGairu? It's a story about an anti-social teen, Hikigaya Hachiman (family name, given name) that is forced to join the volunteers club. And what is so good about OreGairu? Is the way that Hachiman views society, and the way he deals with people.
Then of course that would be interesting on this kind of game, having everything that a VS has, this game is placed on an alternative version of the trip that the characters made during Summer Break, it is also introduced a conversation system, in which you can choose conversation topics that can, or can not suit the taste of the receptor, and use it to improve the relationship with the characters.
You have an anti-social protagonist, different types of heroines, a funny Bad End, an interesting conversation system, if you like VS or OreGairu, then this is a recommended game for you.
VenTK(2) on 18, Oct. 2014 03:57 (HKT)
Great for those who liked the anime
I've been a fan of OreGaIru since the anime aired on television, so when I heard of a Vita VN spin-off sort of game, I jumped on it straight away!
The game is pretty good, it presents to you a load of "what if" situations regarding the main character, Hachiman, and the heroines. Note: If you are planning to play this game, watch the anime, as this game is pretty much fan-service for those who want more content.
The game is in Japanese, so many of you might be uneasy to spend money on something you may not fully understand. My Japanese is not perfect, but when I came across terms I didn't know, I used my cell phone to find their meaning. Overall, I am having an excellent time reading through this visual novel.
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