Most of these characters (though not all) are female, and yes, majority of these routes contain romance subplots, but it’s very important to remember that isn’t a dating sim.Of all the routes, only a couple heavily focus on the romance aspect, while the rest focus on the personal struggles each character faces in their lives, and how they unfold through the protagonist’s interaction.Each individual character route is essentially it’s own short novel, and once you get sucked in, you’ll find it hard to put down.

However, until very recently, none of these titles have seen any chance of an official English release.

Until now, the only way you could experience anime adaptation.

To access it, you essentially have to read through every single character route, and then After Story will become accessible from the main menu.

It’s easy for those hearing about it to dismiss it as a bonus for the dedicated completionists, but I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that the real value to be found in ’s story comes from After Story.

Stuff like this is a headache to figure out on your own, so while exploration of the different branches the story can take is a lot of fun and encouraged, we highly recommend referring to a walkthrough if you plan on reading this visual novel through to its completion.

Fortunately, our writer Pepe has prepared a walkthrough for the game right here! Such a huge amount of content may seem daunting, but as long as you’re able to form an attachment to the cast, the time will go by like nothing.

This ain’t no Fallout 4; almost every choice have an immediate effect on the course the story takes, diverging into different ‘routes’, each with their own unique endings.

As with most visual novels of the genre, the structure of the branching routes revolves around its characters.

Not exactly the most fun thing to do, in my experience.