What would you do if someone asked you to return a phone to an apartment in order to access a messenger app or if they asked you to play a game at their organization without knowing where it is? Sounds scary, right? Welp, but guess what? You need to do it anyway if you don’t want to get a bad end and play the characters’ routes 😆 Meet the RFA gang and organize a party to raise money for charity!!
It’s definitely been a while since this game was released, but since they added 2 new routes I decided I finally wanted to make a review on it.
NOTE: This review contains spoilers (yes, including V’s and Ray’s route) so read at your own risk. If you want to avoid them, though, just jump to “conclusive thoughts”.
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Hey everyone, this is otometantei with a brand new review! This time it’s Bad Apple Wars’ turn, an otome game that came out last October.
The story starts with our protagonist, Rinka, dying after being hit by a car. She then arrives to a NEVAEH Academy, a school for those whose souls were left behind after death (kinda like Angel Beats). At the school entrance ceremony, she witnesses some kind of war between the DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE (formed by teachers and prefects) and the BAD APPLES (rebellious students who break the rules and refuse to be part of the “good apples”). Which side will Rinka choose?
Note: This review contains spoilers so read at your own risk. If you want to avoid them, though, just jump to “conclusive thoughts”.
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I finally managed to post something after so long, yay!!! Since it’s a bit difficult for me to write super long reviews nowadays, I decided to make a sort of “corner” for anime so that my blog doesn’t die of loneliness and I at least post more often. This is a bit of an experiment but I hope you enjoy the anime corner ride nonetheless and, of course, feel free to leave comments Ｏ(≧▽≦)Ｏ
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Recently, I’ve talked with a friend of mine who’s a game developer about different topics and one of the things we talked about was how some people have a tendency to rate games badly because they aren’t free (or because they aren’t in their language).
This post’s main focus will be on why leaving constructive reviews is good for a video game or any product/service in general.
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