秋のうららの~あかね色商店街~ First Impressions

As in the past few days I have been talking with Zen over IM anyway I’am here to present one of bloomhandle’s earliest games

not to mention my past interest over Peko’s (ぺこ) art well to those who liked yosogu no sora and Natsu no Ame I would definitely let you guys give this a spin since in terms of the genre its down to earth slice of life with some twists here and there. HOWEVER BE PREPARED THIS IMPRESSION IS PURELY WORDS

Anyway it all starts with Kousuke, who lives in a broken down apartment in Akane-cho, as he goes in his daily life until one day he finds 2 girls who are lost in their way in asking directions while he goes to school, which one of them mistakenly thinks of him as a pick-up guy to her sister. Only later to find out that she is a transfer student in his school and that they are classmates, when he gets home he gets a phone call from his mother saying that she has a surprise for him and that “they” should be surprised as well. Moments after he hears knocks on his door with voices saying that they are his little sisters only to find out it was the 2 girls he found out during the day time. introducing themselves formally as Adajima Kosuzu and Adajima Mayu as he is also suddenly informed that their father apparently married his mother. And soon starts a life of poverty and familial drama.

PS: I’am quite happy with 2 routes namely the shimai routes even though some paces were forced it came out quite well, and that the setting is culturally familiar to Filipinos for some odd reasons.

and from here I’am quite interested in their new game even though its quite incomplete <_< for slice of life

2 comments on “秋のうららの~あかね色商店街~ First Impressions

  1. Wrathkal says:

    Somehow the plot seems corny? Maybe its because I’ve seen the same line a few times: ‘Guy meets new girl, who later turns up at his house because ___, and they start living together’

    So what exactly does the family drama offer that makes it special?

    • Algester says:

      well if you know the view side of the poor thats technically it… and of course its not complete without sister and brother drama of everyday life as I would put it

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