The Eden of Grisaia (Steam Edition)

The Eden of Grisaia

A boy trying to find the paradise he once lost arrived in a secluded garden at the end of the world, where he found five girls. Not knowing himself what the result would be, he took out five seeds and distributed them to the girls, driven by a sense of duty and perhaps even the faintest murmurings of something like hope. One by one, the girls planted the seeds they had been entrusted with in the ground around them, waiting for the day when they would bear fruit.

But whether or not this day will come remains to be seen – everything hinges on one final struggle to learn where a true paradise is to be found.

Our story picks up immediately after the events of Grisaia no Meikyuu, with Kazami Yuuji having been detained for suspected involvement with an international terrorist organization, lead by Heath Oslo, that has managed to enter Japan’s borders with a devastating new weapon of mass destruction in hand. Meanwhile, at Mihama Academy, the remaining students find themselves with time running out – due to financial issues, the school is set to close within the month. Over the past year, though, the girls of Mihama have finally begun to find their own legs, thanks to Yuuji’s involvement – are they really just going to bury their heads in the sand and let the world change around them? And are they really willing to let the man who changed their lives slip away without so much as trying to win him back? As the end of their time at Mihama Academy approaches, Amane, Makina, Sachi, Yumiko, and Michiru find themselves arriving at a single conclusion.

How much a group of students can do in the face of countries and organizations far bigger than any individual could hope to be remains to be seen. In the first place, Yuuji’s position is far more complicated than any of them could have imagined, as he finds himself embroiled in an elaborate game of super-political chess revolving around both himself and an inconceivable new system slumbering in the depths of CIRS – a system that Yuuji may have more of a connection to than he thinks. One thing is for certain, though – the girls of Mihama are no longer willing to let the world steal things away from them without at least a bit of resistance first. And with help from a mysterious individual known only as Thanatos, they may just achieve their goal…

The final chapter in the Grisaia series, featuring Prologue De La Grisaia, a prologue set before Yuuji’s arrival at Mihama; Blanc Aile no Tane, the overarching story’s grand conclusion, and an after story to the events of Blanc Aile no Tane.





22 Responses to “The Eden of Grisaia (Steam Edition)”

  1. Bob says:

    Eden has some of the best H-scenes for Grisaia..Shame it’ll take a while for the uncensored to translate

  2. Ryuuna says:

    just wait for True edition guys this steam edition not worth, i think

    • Ex Nihilo says:

      no fan of steam. it is just too much of trash games and you have to use a microscope to find J titles. Without my console and this site I wouldn’t play games anymore.

  3. Kurusu123 says:

    Well, at least we got Grisaia Phantom Trigger while we wait for the non-steam version. Makes it (just a tad bit) less painful 😀
    Also, we prolly will get Majikoi A-3 in a meantime as well.

  4. SakuraKoi says:

    So.. does this actually have the real ending unlike the anime (I already read the full JP version)? Just curious for it will take probably very long and quite some custom fees until I get the physical edition.

    • Bob says:

      Yea, the game concludes here. A satisfying ending that ties up most of loose ends. Personally, story wise, it isn’t on par with labyrinth, but the H scenes are better here..Suggest you play labyrinth first if you haven’t gotten to it.

      • SakuraKoi says:

        You entirely misunderstood, as said, I already read the JP version (obviously the prequels as well) and know the “real” ending which the anime did not show. (only the OVA kinda picked up the After Story but not the end of it).

    • Jason Wander says:

      If you’re talking about the “true end” with the h scenes that concludes with Michirus “Blunder” then no it doesn’t.

      it ends at the same point as the anime but slightly shows the girl’s relationship with yuuji better than the anime.

      I’m kind of annoyed about that scene being cut too.

  5. noob says:

    Dumb question for admin, can this still run in win XP?? Since recently VN games are not friendly anymore toward old OS…

    No troll answer plz~

    • admin says:

      I’m testing my releases only on 7 and 10, and those are guaranteed to work. XP came out 15 years ago – even Microsoft is no longer supporting it – you should really consider upgrading to at least 7.

      That being said, according to distributor it *should* work on XP and Vista as well (you will have to install C++ and .NET framework libraries from Microsoft’s website tho)

  6. Neptune says:

    Not surprising….all-ages is first…im sad…but i can wait even if it will take literally a month or etc….for 18+

  7. NasVersix says:

    Another+wait…+another…+I’ll+be+off+to+Eden+first+before+it+gets+out.

  8. LIGHTDX says:

    Now let’s wait for the X-rated version ^^

  9. Chris Shade says:

    Slightly unrelated

    Why is it when I run Phantom Trigger, there is no audio?

  10. kurisu says:

    6.45GB yet that’s all there is to it???

    i feel this is not the real ending(it’s like this was based on the Anime version)

    not even a epilogue for each heroine

    • Jason Wander says:

      The 18+ will have an extra route with the heroine H scenes but Eden ends with a Harem route as the only one.

  11. hyakkihei says:

    I definitely recommend waiting for the +18 version. I was dumb and impatient enough to play through this and I have to say this for someone’s sake who thinks similarly to me. Without spoiling I will say that when it comes to romance development and anything like that this game ends in an incredibly unsatisfying way, pretty much next to nothing happens because all the scenes are missing in this version. Be warned.

  12. ShadowblazorX11 says:

    are there no H-scenes in this one? because it says 17+ on vndb and not sure if that’s all ages or not…

  13. Setsuna F. Seiei says:

    Are there still routes here for each of the heroines in Grisaia no Rakuen? For example, Grisaia no Kajitsu had 5 routes while Labyrinth had 5 After Routes and 1 grand route. Does this also have routes? Because from what I have read, Rakuen follows the grand route from Labyrinth?

    And can someone also tell me how the fuck do I change my Thumbnail picture? It’s getting seriously annoying..

  14. Drakim says:

    Yeah, would like to know as well if we get some sort of “After Story” as well for each Girl for a more personal experience.

    I mean if not it was rather pointless to get through the Routes in the first and second Game and decides to become a Lover for one of the Girls.

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