(Junpei is as sweet as ever in his “Another Story.”)
Warning: This review assumes that you have already read through Junpei’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: On the way home from the director’s party, Junpei confesses that he is still in love with you. You realize that you love him too, and you can’t help but confess the real reason why you came back to town as a doctor. Junpei takes your confession better than you expected, and he supports you when you confront the director. Now that your quest for revenge is over, you should be relieved, right? Wrong! You are more confused than ever. You try to move forward with your life and forget your vengeful past, but you’re suprised to see that you may be pushing Junpei away. How will you start pulling your life back together? And will you finally be able to show Junpei, the one man who has never stopped supporting and loving you, just how much he means to you?
My review with some spoilers, screenshots, and CGs after the jump. No walk-through because there is just one ending.
(Hmmm… in a normal situation, that is a
good great thing. But when I’m in the middle of trying to murder someone… maybe not so much.)
Basic Story Premise: You try to focus on your quest for revenge now that you’ve gotten your job at the hospital. However, Junpei, an old friend from your past, seems determined to distract you. Now that you’re back in his life, he doesn’t want to let you slip away again. Even though you still care for Junpei, you quickly realize that a relationship with him will negatively affect your mission to kill the director. What lengths will you go to try to discourage Junpei, even though being rude to him breaks your heart? Will you be able to keep your plot for revenge hidden from the person who seems to know you better than you know yourself? In the end, will you end up choosing revenge… or love?
My review with some spoilers, screenshots, and CGs after the jump. No walk-through because both endings are available after you finish reading the story through once. My review for his “Another Story” can be found right here. Continue reading