Merui loves video games, especially her favorite MMORPG, Rivenwell Online. Merui also has a very short temper, so when some JERK named Alistair steals a rare item from her, she's determined to exact revenge on him. Unfortunately, she has no idea who he is in real life. But hey, that's never stopped anyone, right? Take control of Merui and make new friends, balance schoolwork and fun, go shopping, search for the culprit, and maybe even discover a new romance.
This was actually the first visual novel ive ever played and it didnt dissapoint. the characters are just waaay to sweet and lovable, and i do meant that in a good way. i wish people were like those irl. this has opened up a whole new world to me and i cant wait for a sequel, if there will be one. best first experience ever. thanks alot to the maker of this masterpiece.
I loved this game. Im happy that choosing someone else at the end (The one I wanted it to be) also had a story line.
The only downside is that sometimes when you choose how to spend your day there is not story to go with it. It's just a few sentances.
other than that worth the download. Great graphics and good story line.
RE:A++ is an excellent visual novel, that being said it might not be to everyone's taste. If you're more into action and less text reading, then this game probably isn't for you. The game has an interesting and sweet story, that is both fun and compelling enough to keep the player hooked for nearly an hour of gameplay that it provides.
Graphics are sweet, though it isn't flabbergasting. The music is elevator-ish, however it feels strangely appropriate. Overall I would say this is a home run game for what it is. The only real drag (and it's a minor one) is that I would've liked to see more choices and interactivity.
I found myself to enjoy this game surprisingly much as I don't typically play these kinds of games. Big thumbs up to sakevisual and I highly recommend this game.
This game features a nice funny story. It was fun playing it though gaining "social reputation" by watching TV every evening feels a little weird :-P
Furthermore i REALLY hated the lunch breaks, as you are forced to read through the same dialog over and over again ... and i keep wondering if i will ever stumble upon a graphic novel featuring real characters instead of (... well at least) sympathetical stereotypes.