Issei Sezaki – Another Story Review

2013-09-15 18.16.49

Warning: This review assumes that you have already read through Sezaki’s Main Story (or at least reached his 9th chapter).  If you have not, I suggest you stop reading here to avoid needless spoilers.  You have been warned.

Basic Story Premise: After Sezaki takes you home one day, you realize that you accidentally took his notebook (containing information of each of the patients he lost) with you.  You are torn between your desire for revenge and your feelings for Sezaki.  When Sezaki stumbles upon you at your mother’s grave, he realizes who you are and apologizes for his past mistake.  Because you are in love with him, you decide to forgive him and give up on getting revenge.  However, more difficulties lie ahead when the two of you try to pursue a relationship.  In the end, you can’t help but wonder… is Sezaki in a relationship with you because he truly cares for you?  Or is it just because he doesn’t want to hurt you since he still feels guilt over killing your mother?

My review with some spoilers, screenshots, and the one CG after the jump.  No walk-through because there is only one ending in this story.  Continue reading

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Issei Sezaki – Main Story Review

2013-09-13 03.29.13(Hey, I’m a woman on a mission; there is no escape!)

Basic Story Premise: You decide that the best way to get close enough to the director and carry out your revenge is by getting close to his son, Issei Sezaki. It takes you awhile to break past Sezaki’s cold exterior, but you are slowly able to gain his trust. Unfortunately, you also realize that you are starting to fall for him. You struggle to carry out your plan for revenge against his father while getting distracted by Sezaki’s kiss. Will you be able to pull yourself together long enough to kill the director? And what happens to your vendetta when you realize that Sezaki may have played an important role leading to the death of your mother 12 years ago?

My review with some spoilers, screenshots, and CGs after the cut. No walkthrough because both endings are available once you finish the story. If you are looking for my review for Sezaki’s Another Story, it can be found here.

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