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Robotics;Notes DaSH

Rating Summary

Based on 7 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

72

Top Critic Average

57%

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Based on 7 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Oct 13, 2020
Nintendo SwitchOct 13, 2020
PCOct 13, 2020
PlayStation 5Nov 12, 2020

Developers: 5pb, MAGES. Inc.

Publisher: Spike Chunsoft

Genres: Adventure, Interactive Story

The island of Tanegashima is preparing for the Summer Festival. Through Nae Tennouji, an acquaintance from JAXA, Kaito Yashio is introduced to Itaru Hashida from the STEINS;GATE series. Itaru claims to be taking a tour of the island, but as time goes on he starts acting rather strangely... Meanwhile, unsettling incidents begin to occur all around them; harbingers of an event that will again plunge the world into chaos. Breathtaking Imagery - Experience the world of ROBOTICS;NOTES like never before with newly animated graphics. Find Your Happy Ending - Featuring intricate, branching storylines, allowing you to fall in love with your favorite character! Timelines Converge - Itaru Hashida (Daru), a beloved character from the STEINS;GATE series, plays an intricate part of the story in DaSH, making this a must play for Science Adventure fans.

Robotics;Notes DaSH Critic Reviews

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Robotics;Notes DaSH includes the same entertaining characters from the first game as well as an engaging plot. However, the experience is often hindered by the inclusion of annoying story beats and a convoluted progression system.

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If you love visual novels, you can't miss Robotics; Notes.

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A little less "sequel" and a little more "fandisc", Robotics;Notes DaSH brings the Tanegashima robot club for another round, exploring their aspirations and personalities more, without really advancing the story where its predecessor left off.

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All in all, this feels like a worthy sequel. It takes what made the first game click, and adds to that without feeling superfluous. It is very, very hard to put down once it gets going, and the added replay value means there are many reasons to keep playing after the ending. Robotics;Notes: DaSH is a better game than its predecessor, and a highly recommended science fiction visual novel.

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