この大空に、翼をひろげて – Thoughts

Post is a little slower than normal due to juggling my time with reading it, keeping track of Reitaisai uploads which I’ll probably make a post about later and life.

That was a good… charage. If you come in expecting some sort of deep plot or hilarious comedy you’re probably in for a disappointment. For me, the characters are the ones that carried the entire game. That may have been its objective to begin with so it’s not necessarily negative.

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この大空に、翼をひろげて – Impressions (and misc)

No summaries for Oorzora or any visual novel like it, there’s little of interest to talk about in general besides fawning over the characters so even bothering to summarize it seems like a waste of time. It also helps that I don’t have much spare strength since typing the summary for Supipara was admittedly fairly tiresome. Just enjoy the beautiful women (and lolis) and that’s about it.

Well what to say, a pretty comfortable story. Reminds me of Suiheisen in story, complete with even teaching us the physics behind airplanes. Though I’ll admit here that I didn’t really find Suiheisen all that great, sort of lost motivation to play half way through, though I did finish it anyway.

I feel that the setting for it is pretty interestingly made if compared to the average game in the same genre, for one, despite the protagonist, Aoi living in the girls dormitory they surprisingly didn’t decide to stuff all of the heroines in there. At least from what I feel, 3/5 of the women in the dormitory seem to fall into the category of generic female student A, B and C. For another, they acknowledge that it’s possible to have male childhood friends. Note that when I said interesting I mean that they managed to dodge many of the cliches that we grew to love and hate. This makes the story a fairly refreshing change of pace.

The production quality is also a notch above the norm, though not quite on the level of Supipara and Monobeno if you ask me.

The characters are likable, you have a somewhat generic goal to the story of flying on a paper plane but it’s fine, the production quality is good and the BGM is especially good. There’s no real problem… but… but…

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