in the Doomsday Genpei War century, the Heike and Genji, also known as Heike and Genji, are about to make their final battle. Genji’s youngest child, Yamao, was raised in secret in a remote mountain temple, but as the Heikes led by Kiyomori became increasingly dangerous, the time had come for them to join the fray. Shanao will have to leave the temple and gather followers, but there is only one complication: Shanao, Genji’s youngest “son”, has no one.
During this period at the end of the Genpei War th c enter, Heike And Genji, also known as Heike and Genji, are about to fight their final battle. Genji’s youngest child, Yamao, was raised in secret in a remote mountain temple, but as the Heikes led by Kiyomori became increasingly dangerous, the time had come for them to join the fray. Shanao will have to leave the temple and gather followers, but there is only one complication: Shanao, Genji’s youngest “son”, has no one.
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handsome guy Heike Monogatari When can you date them? 185 Birushana: The Flower of Genpei took this timeless theme most often applied to the Sengoku period and Shinsengumi, and used it to construct the war that is the basis of one of the classic works of Japanese literature, If you like those other historical backgrounds, chances are you’ll like it here. happened at CE (roughly), the plot follows Shanau , a young woman raised from childhood sonThe people of the Genji (Genji) family are in a temple deep in the mountains above Kyoto. Over the course of the story, she will leave the temple in the company of the orphan Jun-hyun who grew up with her, and meet various other romantic characters, including two members of the enemy Heike family and her half-brother, Yoritomo , and the monk Benkei. Benkei is the greatest tribute to the history the game is based on, as Shanao lived through her original, mutable name Xuanfu 200 The ceremony to become an official adult samurai is Yoshitsune, Genji in real life General Benkei. That said, the story has ties to both history and the original
200 The novel is pretty weak – things still end with the Battle of Tananoura and several other famous battles from the period are incorporated into the plot line, but While most of the content is rendered gorgeously by the main player, the fantasy element becomes increasingly important as you progress through the game’s five main lines. It works, but the history probably shouldn’t be if only Reasons to choose this otome game. 185 As an otome game, the story naturally revolves around various romantic stories between Shan Ou and the main love object. What’s interesting about the game is that in addition to the main five – Shungen, Noritsune, Benkei, Yoritomo, and Tomorori – there are also four mini-routes, each consisting of a chapter, each of which has several side role. These are unlocked by completing the good endings of the main route; Junxuan unlocks Tsuji Nobuyin, Benkei Tadanobu, Raizo gives you Takasune, and Chisen gives you his brother Shigehei. Whether it’s just as a fun bonus or to spark interest in potential late game expansions (like
200 already done) not clear, but it was a good touch. (Yes, I’d definitely play the version with the extra full route.) The gameplay is fairly linear, each route follows the same events, and the common route only takes up three chapters, and in a few cases two. This means that each replay is almost as long as the original replay, as there is no need to re-read or skip too much. There are some common chapters in each route that can be fast-forwarded, but in most cases, each playback will take at least 8 to 10 hours, depending on your reading speed and whether you listen to the sound. (As a speed reader, it takes me about eight hours per playthrough.) There are fast forward options and skip options, I recommend the latter, it will only take you to the next selection, unread section or chapter end, Because fast forward is a bit slow. There are plenty of save slots and fast save/load functions, as well as the usual picture library, music library, etc. (The limited physical edition also comes with a CD soundtrack.) 200 The game developers recommend the game in the order Noitsune, Benkei, Shungen, Yoritomo, and Tomomori endings, and that order does seem logical in the way things are revealed. Tomomori’s route is unlocked after playing Noritsune, Benkei or Shungen, so you can’t start with him anyway. I ended up not playing in the suggested order as I failed to go the Noritsune route three times, which surprised me as I’m not new to visual novels or otome games and have rarely had this problem. It turns out that the key to Noritsune and Shungen is balancing the level of affection in a common route, rather than diving headlong into it like the other three, which is counterintuitive for the route you intend to play first. That is, while it does work
Play it in the recommended order, it won’t hurt much if you play it out of order; you’re just learning something quicker than the other way around, although the main reveal of the Benkei route is really only Important in the route of Tomomori. (Shungen’s main performance is underutilized in all the other routes, and I doubt it’s really just to reassure players before starting Yoritomo.) The order I ended up playing was Benkei, Yoritomo, Noritsune, Shungen, Tomomori. 185 All five routes certainly have their own charms, but what is consistent is that Shan Ao is not a sluggish heroine. She’s a formidable fighter in her own right, dedicated to her cause, but still compassionate and much more than the kind of blank slate you sometimes find in these games. There are some odd jumps when she realizes (decides?) that she’s in love with whoever you’re after, and in some cases it feels unexpected, but usually it feels like reading a real The story, and her personality is a major factor in it. Of the main love interests, Chi Sen is the most disturbing, as his possessiveness and aggressiveness are often uncomfortable on other lines and even his own. In Benkei’s line, he exudes a very predatory vibe, and for most of his own time, he really likes to make her cry. Noritsune’s route is my favorite because he and Shanao feel like real equals at the end, as does the high-profile mini-route. Benkei is probably the sweetest of his puppy traits, and Shungen’s is pretty good too, even if he can be a little possessive. Yoritomo is my least favorite as I don’t find him particularly dynamic as a character, but if you like the stoic the most, you might like his line more. 185 The music is very good in the game, and the battle BGM is especially good at creating atmosphere. The art is beautiful and a big highlight; while the silhouettes look a little jagged, the colors, details and delicate lines of the garments make it all look gorgeous. If you have a regular Switch, it’s definitely worth playing on the big screen at least once to fully appreciate how cute it is, though it looks good on the small Switch screen too. The voice acting is also strong. Yamao is unvoiced, and I have a mixed feeling overall, but all the men, Tokuko, and various background characters are voiced, and a few of them are also well-acted 185 Grey Eagle Psychedelic andFukuyama Jun 100 as Tomorori. 185 on the whole,
Birushana 200 is a good game. Shanao has personality, these guys are all one-of-a-kind, and with short public routes and included mini-routes, you have a lot of game for your money. fans) and Steam Prison should have liked it if it wasn’t on the level of my beloved The Psychedelic of Black Butterfly , it’s still a great game and a fun way to relive it. 300