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Review of Kodomo no Himitsu

SubjectKodomo no Himitsu
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SomeDude on 2023-09-17 last updated on 2023-09-18
ReviewOne of Sakuranbo's older titles, and not particularly amazing. Doesn't have any of the animated H-scenes that their recent titles are known for. Protagonist is an elementary school teacher who gets seduced by fifth grade girls... at first he is reluctant, but eventually he awakens to his inner lolicon and developes a "more than teacher-student" type fondness for them... which is probably exactly what you're expecting from this plot. There are no twists.

Much of the story is told from the perspective of the students, however, and there's a greater focus on the lesbian "friendship" between the lolis than on their threesome relationship with the self-insert teacher. Like most Sakuranbo games, there's an excessive amount of not-sex (four scenes) prior to the first sex scene. As for the sex scenes... the distribution is poor and imbalanced, as Kirara has about twice as many (vaginal and anal) intercourse scenes as Chinatsu. Chinatsu fans will be disappointed in this. Only one proper threesome sex, and it's meh.

If you're like me and you don't self-insert as a shota, you don't have to worry. This VN only features the shota as a side character... Yuuna doesn't get raped by Satoshi in this VN, only in Houkago Nyannyan Club, which I have no intention of playing. I hesitated to play through this as it was mis-tagged with "Rape by Shota" at first, but I fixed it. All sex scenes are between Self-Insert Sensei and Kirara and/or Chinatsu, and they're all pretty vanilla (aside from being lolicon).

As for the choices... this really should have been a kinetic novel. The first few choices are meaningless, as they affect nothing but a few lines of dialog, and the rest of the choices only influence which H-scene you see. A couple of the choices are from Chinatsu's perspective, which is kind of weird... is Chinatsu the protagonist, or is Sensei? But, I suppose kinetic novels weren't really a thing back when this was made.
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#1 by Draconyan
2023-09-17 at 09:39
< report >Thanks, I was planning on playing it, but if it focuses on the relationship between Kirara and Chinatsu then I'll just skip it.
#2 by SomeDude
2023-09-18 at 03:30
< report >There is a romance between Sensei and the two girls, and he does play a critical role in solving the relationship problem between two "friends." But yeah, there's still a ton of focus on their "friendship," so to speak, although they don't have any H-scenes where the teacher protagonist isn't involved as well.

There are better loli games out there, but if you're running low on options for loli games (as it's not a particularly popular genre), this isn't a terrible alternative. It's just not remarkable, either. Once you've finished with all the good loli VNs (as I have), you could consider returning to this, should you run out of options. Glad I was able to help with your decision making, though!Last modified on 2023-09-18 at 03:35