December 30th, 2012

Dandelion -Wishes Brought to You- Full Review (w/ thoughts of the "Game" and the Characters)

The title screen

I already did a mini-review a week ago just in case I take too long to complete the game, and I wanted to express my thoughts and feelings after my first route. But this time, after getting all the good endings, and unlocking the extra scene, I really do have the urge to review this game.

Dandelion - Wishes brought to you - is a really amazing game. It tugs at your heart, makes you emotional, gets you attached to the characters (including the heroine!) and it shows that you can't always have a happily ever after ending (because that is not reality). Despite the strange setup with animals turning into humans, and them being from a separate world, the routes do seem realistic



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And that's my review / analysis of Dandelion. I highly recommend this game to any otome game / visual novel fans out there. For the price, the game is worth it because of the graphics, the sound, the voices, the high replay-value, and the whole entire story. It may not be for the weak-hearted because it is quite heart-wrenching in many of the routes. I'm sure once you played it the whole game, you will never forget the journey you took and the emotions you felt.

So, go to the site and try the demo if you haven't. And if you have already played Dandelion, try completing it 100% (which I still haven't done because I need to make time and to brace myself for the bad endings).

Thanks for reading my review of Dandelion and I hope for those that for those who still haven't tried the game out, have a better understanding of how great this game is. And for those who have played the game, I hope you enjoyed reading my analysis of the characters and story. ^_^