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Everlasting Summer is one of the great amateur visual novels. It's a little rough around the edges, but the art is quite sufficient, the story is excellent, and the soundtrack is among the best in the genre. With seven major routes, each of which has two variations, you're getting incredible value for the price. This game is free on PC, but I highly recommend buying it on a tablet, since I find tablet computers a very comfortable way to read visual novels.
119 people found this review helpful
The story itself is good. I played it on the computer and got it for that reason. The mobile controls, however, are really bad. The swiping mechanic sometimes confuses a swipe with a click, which makes quick saving difficult at times. The save page gives you 12 saves per page, but the load page only recognize 9 of the 12 save slots. BE WARY OF THIS if you save and load often. Overall, its a good game with wonky controls.
40 people found this review helpful
This was a good read. I read through it once and enjoyed it. The characters were memorable. The music being good and the characters' art could use some work but I have no complaints. But still all in all. Mostly good except for a few Russian lines when I was going through the English stuff. Still good though. Highly recommend it
115 people found this review helpful