|#1 by fhc|
2018-09-17 at 22:37
|Sorry bad english|
I have absolute abhor of sad endings. Funny that some people think that a sad or tragic end is "mature" while a "happy end" is for kids. No way. I am 41 years old and I already have the sufficient of sad things in real life...
|#2 by kzel|
2018-09-18 at 07:14
|Kinda sad for some of the heroines, yes, given the circumstances of the characters it's unavoidable. It's not that tragic though, but you may want to avoid San and Neko if you really can't stomach a bit of bittersweetness.|
|#3 by kiru|
2018-09-18 at 09:20
|It's not about sad endings being more mature. It's about how a lot of Japanese writers seem to think good/happy endings justify themselves. |
If a happy ending makes sense, that's fine. But if a happy ending makes the entire drama arc pointless and is a mere asspull, it's not fine.
That said, this game is a semi-nukige that deals with life and death. I'd argue it doesn't spend enough time on these things for you to actually get emotionally affected by it, but if you really absolutely abhor anything "sad", it's probably not a good idea to play this, given the life and death theme. This is mostly about dead people moving on after all, solving their remaining regrets.
|#4 by fhc|
2018-09-18 at 10:10
|thank you very much for your answer. Is better for me to stay away from this game then. cannot endure sad stories or sad endings...Last modified on 2018-09-18 at 11:36|
|#5 by rick12|
2018-12-25 at 20:25
|Wonder what happens in each of the routes? Anybody know?|
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