Haruhito Amano – Sequel Review

2013-11-01 21.38.57

(There’s the Sheeks we know and love.)

Basic Story Premise: You and Haruhito are enjoying life as two normal humans in love.  Well, at least until Kakeru shows up one day to bring news of trouble.  Apparently, there have been several bombings by the gateway into the Demon Realm, and the demons suspect that the angels may be responsible for them.  As an individual with experience as a demon and as an angel, Haruhito may be able to help the situation before war between the two realms break out.  Who is responsible for the bombings? Will Haruhito be able to help his demon and angel friends as a mere human?  Or will he have to choose between becoming an angel or demon again?  And will that choice affect your relationship?

My review with some spoilers, screenshots, and the CGs after the jump! No walk-through because both endings are available to read after you finish the story through once.  Continue reading


Haruhito Amano – Main Story Review

2013-09-14 15.39.07(Haru… you always say the most interesting things…)

Basic Story Premise: You ask for an extra 10 days to live because your best friend is getting married, and you were planning to play the piano for her at her reception. You’ve chosen the enigmatic Haruhito to be your demon. He is an oddball, and you find it difficult to understand him at first. However, you quickly realize that underneath his strange comments is a sweet guy who goes out of his way to try to cheer you up when you are sad. Eventually, you learn that Haru is currently a demon because he previously failed as an Angel. As the two of you get closer, the other demons start to worry: for to become an Angel again, Haruhito must turn you into toast. If he interferes with that in any way, he will face termination. What lengths will Haru go to try to save you? And… what will you try to do to save him?

My review with some spoilers, screenshots, and CGs after the jump. No walk-through because both endings are available after you read through the story once.

Continue reading