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This entry hails from Korean company Cheritz, whose dating sim style games have been appearing in English for several years now -- and as of last year, have managed to get two of their more popular offerings onto Steam through Greenlight.starts off as simply as the others - you play a woman who recently lost her grandfather, with whom she has grown up alone. Good writing and a relatable protagonist makes this story shine.
An avid collector of ball-joint dolls, one night they suddenly come to life -- a group of incredibly good-looking, life-sized men. (which includes a stat system that can be a little awkward to get a hang of right away), but still bucks the blank slate heroine trend of most VNs by offering a character that is at once likable and someone you can relate to, with dialogue options and decision-making choices that you would really probably make.
Oh, and you're also surrounded by a gorgeous yet somewhat problematic bevy of men who happen to be crazy in love with you. Story-wise, it's a side effect of getting her memories and her personality knocked right out of her, but she's incredibly passive in many of her interactions with all the pretty boys...
sometimes a little too much so, especially considering how many dark turns this story can take.
However, be warned: If you want to read about bragging stories of all those Western guys who get laid a hundred times per day, then you came to the wrong place. You certainly won’t find that here – and not from a foreign girl like me!
And at the same time there’s only a very tiny number of foreign (read: non-Asian) women with Japanese men next to them. Maybe that’s a secret we’ll never quite get, but there are many theories!
This isn't to say that knows how to dish in spades.
That doesn't make the story any less compelling or interesting to learn about fully by playing through all the different possibilities and endings. Not your story.) The game is fully voice-acted and its production levels are through the roof with gorgeous art and hours of replayability.
The dating sim section really only feels like an extended prologue at this point, to introduce you to all these characters that you slowly become attached to -- and then it proceeds to tear apart everything you have ever loved.
If you didn't expect effective storytelling, you'll find it anyway.
It's also what attracts other players aside from its usual target market of women wanting to romance good-looking men who see a strange, occasionally twisted story, and want to learn more about it. It also incorporates a set of mini-games (who doesn't want to play rock-paper-scissors with their true love?
And you never know what can happen - trust this guy and he may kill you. ) and a little more gameplay than is the usual wont in the visual novel experience.
And it's all pretty well-done too, boasting a strong cast of female voice actresses (extra impressive since a large number of them were in answer to an open casting call through Kickstarter).