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Review of Tsuki ni Yorisou Otome no Sahou

SubjectTsuki ni Yorisou Otome no Sahou
Tsuki ni Yorisou Otome no Sahou -Full Voice Edition-
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rinkagami10 on 2023-09-27
ReviewDefinitely one of my favorite vn's, all of the characters are very likable and the focus on fashion in the story was also really nice because it is a personal interest of mine. All of the scenes are pretty funny and even if one doesn't hit for you personally they hop from one to another pretty fast. The main theme of the story is about work/passions in life, but it also has some commentary on familial structure. The themes about passion and work resonated with me especially because of my aforementioned interests lining up with the MC's. Even if you aren't into fashion I think the message of the story is really well done even if it's not revolutionary.

Luna is definitely the standout heroine of this story, she has an incredibly unique character that you don't see in many other visual novels or even in Japanese media in general. She has more of a dominant/protective role over the MC, almost husbandoish. It's definitely not for everyone, but if you end up liking Luna, you end up really liking Luna. Luna-sama is definitely my favorite heroine of all time.

The OST and Art are both also amazing, this doesn't just include the op but almost all of the background music as well. The opening theme "Desire" sounds amazing, and there are a couple of funky electronic tracks like "Reijou Shikku" and "Lunatic People" that are really catchy as well. The piano pieces are also nice.

I'd also like to talk about the writing, which while not Shakespearian, is very well written for a vn in my experience. There is a lot of extremely nice prose that is riddled throughout the story(I would be lying if I said I understood every pun though). The writing being very well done was kind of an extra bonus added onto all the other stuff.

If I had to describe Tsuki ni Yorisou Otome no Sahou, I'd say it's a sum of its parts. The combination of each part being so well done and the fact that it personally resonated with me is why I am giving it a 10/10.
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