20 Games Like No Fate! Only the Power of Will()
Summer Pockets is set on an isolated, rural and peaceful island on the Seto Inland Sea called Torishirojima, which has a population of about 2,000 people. The protagonist is Hairi Takahara, a young man not native to the island. Hairi grew up in an urban setting, but after an unpleasant incident, he uses the recent death of his grandmother as an excuse to come to the island to take care of her estate sale. Once there, he gets to know four girls who are the focus of the story. They include Shiroha Naruse, who forgot her summer vacation; Ao Sorakado, who is pursuing the legends of the island; Kamome Kushima, a high-class girl looking for a pirate ship; and Tsumugi Wenders, a younger girl trying to find herself.
Much of the gameplay requires little interaction from the player as the majority of the time is spent reading the text that appears on the game's screen. The text being displayed represents the thoughts of the characters or the dialogue between them. The player is occasionally presented with choices to determine the direction of the game. Depending on what is chosen, the plot may progress in a specific direction. The PC version contains scenes of the protagonist having sex with the heroines, but these were removed for the console version.
In the near future, androids have become the way of the norm. Emotionless husks of metal have become a part of human society, much to the dismay of the boy. The robot he found at the dump site though, this one was different. It laughed, it cried, it smiled, it has dreams, just like a human…
Lucy ~The eternity she wished for~ is a Visual Novel, about a boy and an android. You play as the boy, who faces decisions and moral dilemmas in this near-future world. This is a story that has touched many hearts and continues to have a strong impact on those who partake in this compelling journey.
The original version of Lucy ~The eternity she wished for~ received high praise for its powerfully moving storyline, following its original release in Korea, 2010. This prompted a kickstarter project which would fund a remake of the visual novel, including its localization to English and Japanese.
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The Midnight Sanctuary blurs the line between reality and surreal both in storytelling and visual style. Blending static 2D textures and moving 3D models creates a striking visual effect, further enhanced in VR. The Midnight Sanctuary’s graphics, which incorporate a stained glass-style to create a beautiful aesthetic, provides an eerie background for the alarming events Tachibana encounters.
Set in the sea town of Mihate when the protagonist moves there and begins to attend a new school. He hears of a local legend in which the dead come back to life every 100 years and are known as "Yomibito." A missing high school girl could signal the return of the Yomibito.
The Labyrinth of Grisaia is a Japanese adult visual novel, the second in a series of visual novels by Front Wing and the sequel to The Fruit of Grisaia. It contains five "After Stories" continuing all of the heroines' routes from the first game in addition to "The Cocoon of Caprice," a story which touches on Kazami Yuji's painful, complex past and explores certain mysteries left unresolved in the previous title.
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Kindred Spirits on the Roof is a Japanese adult-rated visual novel. The game is set around a shy girl named Tomi Yuna, who prefers to eat alone on the roof of her school, the Kokonotsuboshi Girl’s Academy. However, one day she finds out that the roof is haunted by the ghosts of two girls that died, before they could fully realize their love for other girls. MangaGamer is publishing the game in the west and has announced that the game will be available uncensored on Steam.