Using the PS Vita opening because F Lambsoars shitty cover lmao. I’m 10 years too late, but now that it’s been ported to the switch I finally decided to play through Shinigami to Shoujo. Our story begins with our heroine Sayo who lives with her oniichan in a house away from her parents because she hates her dad who uses people for his own gain, and mom who committed adultery and left her. Due to this, Sayo’s mental health state is completely messed up ,and she starts hanging out with other crazy people in town, including an amnesiac man who she names Ao. This is the story of child neglect and mental illness.
I had originally bought Sonic 4 episodes 1 and 2 and this one on a Steam sale back in February. Unfortunately Sonic 4 episode 1 made me want to puke from the camera and I couldn’t be bothered to deal with episode 2 but it was too late to refund. I decided to give Sonic Forces a shot since I couldn’t get it refunded anyway…but I’m kinda glad I did. It was short but kinda enjoyable with some cool bgms.
Our hero Kunisaki Yukito comes to a town to try and earn money with his puppet play. Unfortunately the kids laugh at him and the doll gets blown away somewhere. While he’s looking for it like a bum without any luck until he runs into a blonde haired girl named Misuzu. She demands that he hang out with her because she appears to be bored out of her mind and the only way she gets him to come along is by offering him food because he’s a starving bum. She offers him to stay at her house since she knows he has nowhere to go, and even though he protests, Misuzu says that he’s her friend so it’s okay. The mom isn’t too thrilled but she lets him stay in the shed as long as he watches over Misuzu while she’s at work.:lol: As Yukito spends more time in this town, he discovers the past ties with her while looking for a “girl in the sky”. The Ps2 version had Yukito voiced by Midorikawa Hikaru which definitely gave the game a lot more life. Also fortunately unlike Kanon, it actually had automode.Well this is as much spoilers as I’m going to give in the intro so click to read them all….or just skip to my final thoughts! Continue reading Galge Review: AIR→