A reprobate main character is rescued.
Months after I played the super long True
Love, I remember praying hard for a shorter bishoujo game.
This must have been my answer, but I swear I have mixed feelings
over this particular game. Let's go over my checklist, shall we?
Plot: Silly. Gameplay: Dragging. Sounds: Annoying. Truth be told,
there's nothing much to say about this game except that you get
multilinear endings depending on what choices you make. So how
is it that I get mixed feelings about it? Well, probably it's
because when you try to get all CG, you'll realize that beyond
Shinji's reprehensible sexual attitude is a chock full of fun
activities that make you forget how retarded the plot and the
protagonist are. This is because the girls are so weird; they
have the wildest fantasies and ideas imaginable. They also get
downright dirty in just a few clicks. They definitely give a new
meaning to the phrase "driving in the fast lane."
The Rock Man (Mega Man) look-alike, Mako, doesn't really talk,
so it's quite unusual. Normally, it's the main character that
doesn't have dialogues, but Shinji is definitely a garrulous little
gigolo. This isn't much to think about, though, since gamers will
be all too busy ogling the super detailed hentai scenes to pay
much attention as to who's talking and who's not.