After 2 years (oops), here’s my review of Yunohana SpRING!. It’s a straightforward story, so this will be a simple review. The only graphics I’ll show are the title screen, screenshots of the interface and background art, and CGs already shown on the official website.
Here is my non-spoiler review of Hyakka Hyakurou ~Sengoku Ninpouchou~. The only graphics I’ll show are the title screen, random screenshots of the interface, and a non-spoiler CG. Since some of the plot and characters are based on actual history, I have also included the wiki links. Be warned that reading those links may spoil some of the in-game events.
Issho ni Gohan is based off a drama CD series. In the game, our heroine, Mugibata Akane, is a 1st year at Hanarenjyaku University of Cooking. Unfortunately, her part-time workplace just went bankrupt and her funds are running low and she can barely make ends meet – so much so that she collapses from hunger one day! Fortunately, Satou helps her out and even offers her to take over his position of managing Meshi Yasou, an apartment for Hanarenjyaku students, as he’s leaving soon. Akane decides to take up his kind offer and so begins her days at Meshi Yasou~ This is a pretty straightforward game and you can finish each character rather quickly, so I won’t be doing a full-blown review of all the character routes.