Robotics;Notes DaSH

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Oct 26, 2020

Robotics;Notes DaSH is absolutely one for those who are already fans of the Science Adventure series rather than anything that’s going to convert anyone, though the fact that DasH is bundled with Elite makes it easier to provide a combined recommendation. It’s very enjoyable to be able to spend more time with the characters, while the excitement of its true route helps it become a very satisfying visual novel experience.

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Nov 28, 2020
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75 / 100
Oct 29, 2020

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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8 / 10
Nov 8, 2020

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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5 / 10.0
Sep 26, 2021

Amazing character relationships and a bombastic plot make this a must-play for fans of Robotics;Notes. However, it's just not for those left uncomfortable by excessive perversion. Add in how often the game crashes and its awkward pacing and DaSH becomes very hard to get through.

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8 / 10.0
Nov 24, 2020

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

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75 / 100
Oct 16, 2020

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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