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Review of Itsuka, Todoku, Ano Sora ni.

SubjectItsuka, Todoku, Ano Sora ni.
Itsuka, Todoku, Ano Sora ni. - Download Edition
ByVote: 5tbl on 2020-10-14
ReviewItsusora has an great common route. I found Futami to be incredibly endearing, and there were plenty of well written, touching scenes around her relationship with Saku. The comedy is also quite fun thanks to strong characterizations.

However, once entering into the character routes the genre completely shifts to basically heavy fantasy/action - what was appealing in the first place (Futami's relationship, the comedy, the light fantasy/mystery elements) gets blown away or overshadowed. The story begins to revolve around Norse mythology and the two powerful families and their relatives of the town, which I found uninteresting.

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#1 by onorub
2020-10-14 at 02:43
< report >I wasn't as harsh on it as you were but i will agree that, while the build-up to the genre shift was great, the storyline beyond that shift was more or less just a regular chuunige story. I still found it borderline good for what it was.