The Denpasoft version of the game has this content built-in. It sounds like a perfect life, until trouble arises when a mysterious rabbit-girl named Maya in case you wanted to see more than just cat-girls , who has amnesia, shows up. As Haruki takes her in to keep an eye on her in case she turns out to be an enemy ninja, tensions rise across all of the characters. It's just that the world-building is actually interesting enough that it could lead to good things if the game went all out with it and offered some bolder storytelling. I definitely recommend the title and series to any devout cat-girl lovers out there, especially for fans of Nekopara.
On the contrary, it could be argued that dismissing a visual novel on the basis of it containing cat-girls could cause you to miss out on some legitimately well written stories that are in fact worth reading. A mysterious Ninja named Ritsu shows up to the village, but who is she targeting? Backgrounds, however, are still bland and, I think, almost entirely repeats of the same locations from the previous titles. With the introduction of Maya and Ritsu into the fray, there will always be a personal favorite of the girls for everyone. Yura and Tama are cute, as always, and Takano Yuki does a great job with exposing the two new characters' personalities in their appearance as well. They acted as Ninja and served those in power. How on earth do you use ninja in this day and age? It looks and sounds nice, but the writing simply isn't enough to make the game stand out. But who is spying on them from the shadows…? It's fully featured as far as visual novel engines are concerned, with an easy-to-use history and multiple options for auto reading.
The only people who are likely to buy this title are those who want to continue the series from the previous episodes. There's one moment where it seems like a character is seriously injured, only for it to turn out that said character was actually hungry and everything's fine. On the positive side, though, the developers have done a great job of continuing to emphasise the beast-like traits of the demi-humans, and the two new characters are different enough to the existing cast to be interesting additions, rather than just more of the same. I can't stress enough, this title is surely visually appealing, and if you like that a lot in visual novels, you'll probably enjoy this game. Visual novels receive lots of flack in general, but this eroge subgenre in particular tends to get the brunt of it due to criticisms of overreliance on common tropes, forgettable plots, and often a lack of actual substance.
. That's basically it, they start a competition for Haruki's affection. From time immemorial, there are those who possess superhuman abilities. These beings who looked like a cross between man and beast are called Demi-Humans. One thing that does deserve credit is the presentation.
Maya and Tama are best girls. The artwork is nicely drawn a lot of it is reused from the first, but that's understandable enough , and there's tons of voiced lines. They acted as Ninja and served those in power. Very little actually happens in this chapter, but it takes nearly four hours; most of that time is spent in fairly repetitive and unconvincing dialogue. These Ninja cats made their dynamic entrance.
F12 still doesn't work for Steam screenshots. Posted: 11 July, 2018 Much like the Nekopara games, this is another beloved catgirl series already reviewed the first and the side games. A new heartfelt tale of adorable catgirl Ninjas, action, and mystery begins! I liked the design of the new heroines too, they look cute. The full Japanese speech for all characters except Haruki is again very well done. With that in mind, even given the somewhat sleep-inducing story I'm still happy to recommend it, though you might be best off waiting for a bundle or sale. Add Ritsu into the mix and Haruki's little catgirl love nest is no longer looking quite so idyllic.
As he ponders this question, the sense of being a master begins to sprout in our hero when he interacts with these lovely cats. They approached our hero with their loving aura in full bloom. Features: Full Japanese voice acting Yura and Tama from the first game are back! If you haven't played the first, though, there's a handy summary of it on the title screen. Look, I have no shame and I'm not a goddamn furry. But how will he support them? I'm looking forward to seeing what happens next, but I really hope the next title is more heavily edited, and a better job done of translation. There are a few moments where it looks like something serious is about to happen that will take the story in an intriguing direction, but it always ends up being played safe and then goes right back to more cute stuff. In fact, I think I enjoyed this more than any of the actual storyline this time around.
It took me five hours and a half to finish this novel reading it at a normal pace. From time immemorial, there are those who possess superhuman abilities. Houjou Haruki, high-school student and 'Lord' of the Houjou clan, is now settled into his daily life protecting and providing for his two lovable ninja catgirls, Yura and Tama, while also working part time for Saiha and her branch of the runaway shinobi group, the Four Heavenly Kings. Case closed, I like what I want, please play this. Their adorability and will causes our hero to be taken by them. That said, the already-fabulous character art is even better in this episode, though as with the first title the cost of the adult patch is disappointing.
Thinking she is a cat herself, but not remembering her mission objectives or anything of her life, Maya becomes somewhat of a burden on Saiha, who hires Haruki to look after her. It's hard to recommend this to anyone outside of the target demographic, but if you are in that demographic and liked the first game then sure, give this one a look. The series so far has been a blast! You can even record certain voice acted lines to store in a voice test mode, which is neat. The paper-doll characters are animated more than I've ever seen in a visual novel, which really adds to the presentation, with frequent expression and pose changes, ear twitches, and various combat effects. Perhaps it's a bit much to ask for that, since it could be argued that this isn't the type of experience you go into expecting a fantastic story in the first place. Due to the experience's predictable nature, there's a lack of engaging plot points. As you might expect, this doesn't please Yura and Tama, but Haruki is a pushover where a cute, helpless demi-human girl is concerned.