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Tomboys Need Love Too! Finding a girlfriend is his first priority. Kai has two love interests: his crush, Sophie, and his best friend, a tomboy named Chris. That means if you really like that type of girl, and if you're a fan of the childhood best friend trope, the game is perfect for you. Do keep in mind that it contains sexual content, however.
It's actually very up front about that point, and there is even a nudity patch. Even if you ignore that optional patch, the dialogue and certain scenarios are very sexual in nature, meaning it's an adults-only game that also happens to feature a well written story. I found that refreshing. She wants to win his heart because--big surprise! Kai does finally start to notice how Chris has blossomed, and he spends a good deal of time trying to decide whether his growing feelings for her are friendship, love or lust. I quite liked this aspect of the story, and felt it could have been expanded upon a bit to convey an impactful message on the damage gossip and rumors can inflict.
Though their tale is very sweet, the result of that focus is that Sophie is thrown under a bus. Her particular story route feels excessively positive. There are several key characters to keep sorted as you advance through the story: Kai - The main character, a hormonal teenage boy looking for love.
He comes off as rather submissive throughout the story, especially when he's dealing with Chris. Chris - She is the childhood best friend trope and the tomboy archetype, all rolled tomboys need love too one. Her brash personality is a bit off-putting at first, especially the way she pushes Kai around. Underneath that harsh exterior, however, is a very sweet and insecure girl who just wants to be loved. Some of her actions are a bit out there, as she tries to seduce Kai with her body rather than simply being honest about her emotions.
She only has two endings with Kai; one is purely sex-based, and the other is quite positive but nowhere near as satisfying as the best ending for Chris. Since the game is a visual novel, it is controlled by pointing and clicking. At certain points during the story, you make choices to help direct events so they progress toward the ending you desire. The game's interface competently features all of the options I expect from the genre.
If you do download the adult content, you can also toggle the patch's effects on and off in the Options menu, and of course there is a gallery so you can look back at the hi-res artwork. One thing I found missing, though, was a way to relive the endings. The artwork serves as one of the game's less admirable qualities.
Though it isn't bad by any means, and even compares quite favorably to some of its competition especially those produced outside JapanI found some of the character models tomboys need love too be odd. Kai stood awkwardly, and Sophie's breasts were also oddly presented. Most of the hi-res scenes were pretty good, though there were occasional moments when body positions and proportions didn't feel right.
The music, meanwhile, is quite forgettable. I can honestly only recall two or maybe three tunes in the game, and at some points there was no musical score at all. Audio is the game's weakest area.
It doesn't even feature any voice acting, though I'm actually okay with that. Some story sequences in Tomboys Need Love Too! I guess a lot of their behavior makes a certain sort of sense with that context established, though it would make more sense still if they were closer to sixteen than eighteen.
A final concern is that Tomboys Need Love Too! Depending on your reading speed, you might finish it in somewhere between two and four hours. Grab it on sale if lasting value is a concern. Trading cards and achievements are featured on Steam, and they help some, but otherwise there's not much bonus content or much of anything else to see once you complete the game.
Even so, you get a well written story about teenage love, and the end result is a game I'm happy to recommend. If you enjoyed this Tomboys Need Love Too! Thank you for reading! PC review "Young and looking for love! Pursue your childhood best friend or your school crush in this romantic visual novel.
Nightfire posted June 02, Good review, and welcome to the staff roll.
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