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Author: randxian
Posted: February 07, 2010 (02:05 PM)
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For the most part, I found this review informative and helpful. However, I found the fifth paragraph a bit unclear. It reads as follows:

A large part of this condition is that you can only race with one girl in the driver's seat. The game teases you with other possibilities; you can swing by the convent or kimono shop to catch a ride to a big event, but Michi is always waiting at the starting line to take over. Since each chapter can only roll out in one way, it's a real chore to have to replay a section. Most of all, it's a missed opportunity to establish a bond with any girl you happen to like best.

I'm not sure what you mean by having to replay a section. Wouldn't you have to in most games that offer branching storylines anyway? Maybe there is something I'm missing in this paragraph.


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