Real Life Plus Ver. Kaname Komatsuzaki

Real Life Plus Ver. Kaname Komatsuzaki

Real Life Plus Ver. Kaname Komatsuzaki is a game that lets you enjoy life interacting and growing up with Komatsuzaki Kaname, a childhood friend of protagonist, Kouichi. The game is strewn with short segments that explore their relationship with the choices made at each step which alter their lives as they spend their youth with each other.

4 comments on “Real Life Plus Ver. Kaname Komatsuzaki

  1. This game had a good idea, but I don’t think it lived up to it’s full potential.

    The idea that your choices affect how your childhood friend grows up is great, but I wish they spent more time on how each of the endings went, developing a diverse and more in-depth character for each ending. As of now, the game is bland, as Nin said. All the characters at the endings have nearly no character, except for the Otaku one, and maybe the parent one. I think the point of this game was to see how your choices change your childhood friend, but they spent all the time developing the childhood story, and never got around developing the endings. I’d even say that the game would have been better off giving us less detailed events and choices, and give us more diverse and in-depth endings, rather than developing a nice and filled out growing up.

    For example, events could be shortened as following:
    Kaname wants you to do your HW instead of copying off her.
    Kaname: Do your homework.
    – Fine!
    – No!

    While this is really short and lifeless, I think it would be better if that allows more fleshed out endings. The current game makes you expect something more because of how fleshed out the childhood is, and leaves you disappointed with the endings because how short and bland they are.

  2. is anyone experiencing the wrong captcha error when trying to use the free download links? I cant solve the captcha because it isnt showing up.

  3. Honestly, this game is really bland. The only somewhat entertaining route is when she goes full otaku.

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