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Review of Subarashiki Hibi ~Furenzoku Sonzai~

SubjectSubarashiki Hibi ~Furenzoku Sonzai~
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mtsane on 2024-07-09
ReviewI have just recently finished Subahibi but I must say it is the greatest thing I have ever laid eyes on, here is a spoiler-free summary.

Subahibi carries a deep and complex message about how one should live their life. How should you, a mere human, view the constraints on your own life? Does the world end with you, or begin with you? Is the limit of possibility the mind, the sky, the universe, or nothing at all? What is it in your life that you seek, and how do you aim to achieve it? This message resonated deeply in my heart. Subahibi conveys its message in a convoluted and beautiful manner. Displaying horrors in fluorescent beauty, a humming melody constraining the terror of the scene before you, further elaborating on the ideas of limitations and barriers.

There isn’t a whole lot to dislike about this VN. It has stunning art like nothing I've ever seen before. Every single moment takes even the fastest of readers by shock, forcing you to stop and admire what stands before you. Every minute detail is taken care of, from the tiniest bit of colour up to the osts and dialogue, it’s perfect through and through. An obvious over-exaggeration, however this VN is so special that it doesn’t matter. Read it.
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#1 by Cliff-Racer
2024-07-10 at 10:52
< report >Have you considered a career in marketing? I'm (mostly) kidding, but you could pass hydrogen water, as the elixir to eternal youth, with this much "flourish"

Message: Live as happily as you can; constraints equal the result, of individual perspective and nurturing environment (you view life through your own accumulated experience); The world limits are human and "divine" - knowable and unknowable (the soul is the link between); What you seek is happiness (acceptance, contentment, peace...) again; the limit of (your) possibility is the same as the world limit (in the author's opinion).

I'm glad you enjoyed it, and truth be told I'm not criticizing anything specific, but is it really that complex, deep and convoluted? (I'm not bragging, or measuring IQ's, it's a serious question, what is the foundation of this description? What references are you using to claim such, other than "it's my opinion?")

"Displaying horrors in fluorescent beauty, a humming melody constraining the terror of the scene before you," - Alright, I'll take one bottle, but I'm not paying more than 100 of (whichever) currency.Last modified on 2024-07-11 at 07:50