However, as with any story where a heroine follows a protagonist around with caution, she soon becomes more affectionate for Narita as he helps Eru herself with various things, and as the two become relatively close, Eru decides to use her body to blackmail Narita to “help” her with something.
In reality though, there’s a scene where Eru attempts this “seduction” with her underwear, but Narita ignores this completely and goes for her breasts instead, saying that “they have potential” (at this point, the readers can see that Narita has a serious boob-fetish. It is actually never revealed what the reason for this is, though)
Last is Saku! Seemingly the central heroine, the game makes it clear that this “head”, or also known as “Crown Insignia” is the most powerful HMI user on the entire school. Despite this, Saku never really uses her powers until you get into the end of Eru’s route, and it’s only in her route where her powers, “Lear King III” is revealed.
Including the time when Narita saves Saku from AHM at the beginning scenes, it’s not once, but TWICE that Narita saves her life, a bit further down into the story. The girl feels very grateful to this new Crown member, but also despises him for his rude actions when they first met, as well as the fact that Narita seems to oppose the will of the “School”, of which Saku loves very much.
However, with the disappearance of Mitori will be the connection factor for these characters, when Saku will try to figure out the truth behind Mitori’s disappearance.
Comments: So let’s get into the Goods and Bads. As stated, the battle scenes are splendid; to the point I can imagine the fight scenes right in my head. The descriptive words enhance the “visual” element, and while there are very little “battle CGs”, I didn’t feel as if it was too necessary.
The characters seem to fall in love randomly (especially for Narita, who is actually really random), and not much of the affection is explained
In addition, the Finale was extremely poorly planned. Simply put, it was another plot similar to Deus ex Machina, except it’s explained… Simply put, the ending was too convenient. This was in addition to the fact that the game introduces a new character that was actually completely unnecessary to the story. I also don’t like how this “Finale” was simply attached to the very end of Saku’s route: it would have been better if it was placed in a “True End”, instead.
While each character was unique, the game never really gives a good transition for their relationship with Narita (so it actually seems like the two characters are falling in love for the smallest reasons
Great design of the protagonist, though, as you rarely see two-faced protagonists in eroge (because apparently, it’s not taken as a positive means for the majority of the readers… who says the protagonist has to be Charleston SC escort service good?) and despite this “two-faced” personality, his love for boobs is consistent throughout the entire game.
On another thought, did anyone else notice that there is never an adult that possesses Halo? I found this to be extremely strange, and considering how it’s possible to “gain Halo” (Ascension) and also “lose” it, I kinda saw this element similar to what we commonly know as “chuunibyou”. I know, ridiculous, but that’s really what it seems like.
CG Score: 5/10. Average CG, really. A few SDCGs here and there, but nothing too impressive. Music Score: 6/10. The soundtracks themselves? Not too much… They sound too generic and simple
Conclusion: A very good game which is actually my first one from Akatsuki Works! I also have several other titles from them in my backlog, which will have to be prioritized a bit more after seeing this great title. Quite unfortunately, this game didn’t do so well for me due to the Finale being absolute shit, and this is really unfortunate since the rest of the game is well worthy of being called “kamige” material.
On the other hand, Character Design wasn’t so good. Perhaps because of how colorful the protagonist was, the heroines seem to fall slightly or seem a little more dull. .. Actually, I should be happy that the “reason” is actually there =3=)
After Tamao loses to Narita and Sorako feels more affectionate for him, Eru takes it upon herself that she needs to eliminate this outsider, so she doesn’t need to involve Saku in anything. This then leads her to simply keeping watch on him 24 hours a day, which includes night-time, when Eru simply invades Narita’s room and insists that he simply “imagine her as a cute dakimakura”.