巨乳ファンタジー外伝 – Thoughts

Well…

I’ve already talked about most of what needs to be said regarding this story in the previous post.

This time around the story content itself is as good if not better than the previous one. The quality hasn’t dropped but the ending isn’t quite as satisfying. I mean, it’s not like they didn’t resolve most of the plot threads but it feels like they could have extended the story a bit more before closing.

To be fair, it might be wrong to expect an after story like this to be as long if not longer than the original game so I should probably be happy that they even bothered going further than the first game. That and there’s likely also a part of me that doesn’t want it to end either way.

In the end I think the only downside (besides the Kyonyuu portion) is that it isn’t a full length story since it was produced by a company that makes nukiges. Short doesn’t necessarily mean bad though, a short story can be as enjoyable as the next one under the condition that they pace things well. I would say that they did a pretty decent job in that area since things didn’t feel particularly rushed despite its length.

Of course they could have gone further and developed the characters more, especially some whose appearances are extremely numbered but when you consider how long the story is, they did a good job with what they had. It would probably be more strange for some sort of 50 hour long nukige to be produced… though one might exist if you look hard enough.

There’s still 巨乳ファンタジー2 to read but I’ll take a break from dealing with paizuri scenes left and right for now. Next up I’ll probably try ミライセカイのプラネッタ of which I’m fairly dubious of because of the company track record. The setting itself is pretty interesting though… well if all goes wrong I’ll just drop in mid-way I suppose.

2 thoughts on “巨乳ファンタジー外伝 – Thoughts

    • Saw it, but according to EGS it’s not quite as good as this so I decided not to bother with it, at least not for now. There’s that and part of why I like the story is because of the medieval setting.

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