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Review of Eden* They Were Only Two, On The Planet.

SubjectEden* They Were Only Two, On The Planet.
ByVote: 5.5hansfranz77 on 2020-11-21 last updated on 2020-11-22
ReviewThis game is made by the studio and scenario writer which did Ef - A Fairy Tale of the two. that was my only info going into it.

If you know those infos and thus have similar expectations like i had at the start. Be warned this game will do nothing at all with the interesting setting and expects you to desregard all the interesting sci-fi and most of the military elements in favor of the characters only. Which could be fine for some, but its also compounded by the structure in being a kinetic novel. All of this left me very disappointed at the very end of the game.

I didn't buy the plot drama with the impending comet impact. (It never really looked like one either). The game itself never tells or shows you what exactly it is, even as they tell you over and over again it all goes on in the span of 100 years. The ending let me left wondering why the hell i even played this game in the first place? All of those are reasons why the most i can give this one is sadly a 5.5.

Edit: I guess i might as well talk about the adult addon content too, due to having played the Plus+ Mosaic English version. The assortment of scenes and even the content itself is pretty good, sometimes even character building is done in those, Lavie's scene for example. The problem is the way the censoring is done. Its horrifically overbroad. link
Some scenes make it look like mangagamer tried to decensor stuff but gave up halfway and just took whatever the dev gave them and ran with it. link
In summary its not even worth for the adult content.


#1 by ithoo
2020-11-21 at 10:41
< report >I think I remember that the priority of this story was the development and imminent conclusion of the relationship of the protagonists (considering the end of humanity), and how symbolic is this interaction when knowing the "life of confinement" of Sion (The only moment in which she could be free is at the end of her life).
In terms of scenario, the annihilation of earthly society as we know it was a mere excuse for that purpose.Last modified on 2020-11-21 at 10:46