[DB-ANN] Kakyuusei 2: Hitomi no Naka no Shoujo-tachi (TV Series, 2004) [DB-ANN] Kakyuusei 2: Ki Hanashi Atsumari [Anthology] (OVA, 2006) [DB-ANN] Kakyuusei 2: Sketchbook (OVA, 2007)
One boy, one School year, Various girls to romance.
You play as a high school student during his last year of High school and has nine girls to pick to have a romantic relationship with.
To do so with a little luck and effort, you will have to meet with them, talk to them, get them to open up to you, date them, to capture the heart of the girl of your choice. But be careful for some girls will not be very open with dating you so easily, in those cases persistence pays off.
<report>I can understand the controversy itself given the context and the year in which it occurred, however, it is impossible for me to understand how such a factor can have such a great impact when making an overall analysis of this work; Tamaki is by far one of the best exponents of the famous cliché "幼 な じ み", and that is without counting Yuuri or Nanase, with whom one ends up becoming equally attached (especially Nanase, since Nanase is everything that is right in life). The scenario is accessible, and the deepening of the relationship between the protagonist and the heroines feels quite natural, which is greatly appreciated, since at no time is the background of the characters over-exploited in order to generate unnecessary or forced drama.