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Maybe you’ll think it’s awesome when one bird is obsessed with speed and encasing the world in pudding. When you’ve seen the intro four times already, it’s nice to be able to whizz through an entire section of old dialogue with a quick click. If you’re still reading this review, I assume you don’t mind weird and wacky fringe video games that weren’t built to appease the masses.
Thanks to its genuine success, it wound up with an English translation and a North American publisher. There’s some really, really simple stat raising that occurs through elective time, and everything else boils down to picking things in-game that relate to the bird you’d like to… Like I said, if you’ve seen this genre done before in any way, shape or form, you should know what to expect from in a mechanical sense. No, it works because it’s a well written, sometimes silly pigeon dating game. Not just the stories that play out by following each romance to its end (or, sometimes, multiple ends).
Yes, this game is actually here because it’s been successful and established a following. It’s just that, well, you play a human girl, and the romantic targets are all birds. I know that because I talked to the developer about it. There is an overarching reason for a world where one human girl must date pigeons, though I refuse to spoil that for you here. There were some minor text and grammar errors here and there during my play, though they’ll likely be patched out.
built this one button in specifically so gamers could find their way to all the endings. I mean, if you are that bird and you hate this kind of fowl stuff, obviously won’t be your cup of seed.
And the first definitive “buy” in our brand new review system goes to… But, if you’ve ever pecked at a dating simulator before, like witty writing and are willing spend a few hours exploring one game for all it’s worth, Hatoful Boyfriend is an easy purchase. Joey Davidson leads the gaming department here on Techno Buffalo.