Sakura dating game
Their sister company Comix Wave provides a brilliant score by composer Tenmon (aka the Clint Mansell of Japan) and fantastic montages by director Makoto Shinkai.That's a powerful staff behind a single franchise right there. One day, he sees numerous paper planes flying all over the sky.Those that were able to read it describe it as a monster movie where you are the monster. The game takes place in a high school rumored to have been the base of operations for a coven twelve years prior to the premier installment.This "Witchcraft Club" practiced black magic in a storage room deep within the basement of the institute.Both teachers and students practice an occult religion involving incantations. Standard dating sim, probably the best in the franchise if Erogamescape score is anything to go by. So to save your time: Mami and Tomoko routes are the most well-written.The rest are pretty standard, sweet, cute and all, but probably nothing you haven't seen before.Has a good deal of suspenseful drama as well as struggling beats of a music band story (think Beck).What made this stands out from the crowd are lots and lots of fleshed out male characters, especially the protagonist.
Several endings, sex scenes and disturbing, scary images are the ingredients for one of the most loved novel ever.
She chooses a high school as her nesting ground in order to feed on students or turn them into thralls.
An unexpectedly popular VN due to its amazing soundtrack and incredibly grim plot that toys with your moral compass.
The game gives you the option of choosing either Chidori, Hina who is there to learn how to manage her own family's restaurant, or Chidori's three daughters. /v/ might be more familiar with the flash game Nanaka Crash. Basically: Groundhog Day in a week-long loop, and without the characters being aware of it.
Very in-depth character study for the most part, while also maintaining a sense of entrapment and high claustrophobia. You should've heard of this dating sim franchise by now.The story is about a boy whose parents took off after leaving him ten thousand dollars and with no home.