Soichiro Irie – Another Story Review

2013-10-24 22.55.51

Warning: This review assumes that you have already read through Irie’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: When you are attacked at the party, Irie comes in and rescues you.  He apologizes for setting you up and explains that his desire to protect you is stronger than his original desire to use you for his own benefit.  After he confesses to having feelings for you, you realize that Irie is more important to you than your revenge.  The two of you start to date, but your brief moment of happiness is disturbed when you notice Irie starting to act strangely.  Then your coworkers share some hospital gossip with you: some people suspect that Irie has a secret wife or girlfriend.  No one knows for certain since he keeps his personal life hidden.  Could the gossip be right? Could Irie just be manipulating you again?  What secrets is Irie hiding from you?

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

Soichiro Irie – Main Story Review

2013-10-12 05.05.13

Basic Story Premise: Irie becomes your mentor as you settle into your role as a surgeon at the hospital.  It doesn’t take you long to realize that Irie is a man of power at the hospital: by gaining his trust you may be able to access the director for your revenge.  However, you quickly realize that you are no match for Irie’s shrewdness.  You can’t help but wonder… are you the one playing him?  Or is he actually the one playing you?  If only you weren’t developing feelings for Irie, maybe you would be a better match for his wits.  Will you be able to carry out your plan for revenge?  Or will you just become a pawn in Irie’s larger game?

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

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