Update Three Hundred and Thirty-Two: 09 October 2019
Short game gets short review - this game is exactly what you expect. A Russian otome with better than average art and slightly more contrived than average plot hampered by slightly clunky translation, Sounds of Verity does little to stand out from the pack, but when you like VNs, sometimes the pack is just fine. There’s a simplicity and energy to it that was nice after Tell a Demon, but it’s hard to say anything beyond ‘you know exactly what you’re going to get with this one’.
So. You know exactly what you’re going to get with this one.
Minus points for one ending where you have a devil’s (HA HA) threesome with the two male love interests, then turn around and pull a ‘they had sex together so that means THEIR GHEY. HA! TABLES TURNED! REVENGE!’ plot that I haven’t seen outside middle school fanfiction in the early 2000’s. That sucked, lol.
Next up: Come on, a plot about something other than demons— ooooh!
See you soon!