Fantasy Tavern Sextet -Vol.2 Adventurer's Days-

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Available on:Nintendo SwitchJan 14, 2021

Developer: qureate

Publisher: qureate

Genre: Adventure

The 2nd part of a 3 part series! A run-of-the-mill guy who got transported to a fantasy world joins a witch and a lady knight together in battle?! Set in a tavern in a fantasy world, you'll laugh and cry in this slightly naughty love-harem romantic comedy adventure game. The 2nd chapter of the harem love-comedy in a fantasy world tavern available now! One day, several days after our protagonist the young cook in the back of an Akihabara maid cafe got transported to another world, our hero gets paid a visit by the lady knight Dahlia at Lupine's tavern. Dahlia proclaims to the hero, "I want you to make me a woman," which leads to all kinds of misunderstandings with Lupine and Daisy, who have a barrage of questions! After getting filled in on what she actually meant, it's revealed that Dahlia's aim is to defeat a monster who only preys on women. However, for Dahlia, who has only ever lived by the sword, femininity feels like an alien concept. To help increase her feminine charms, Dahlia becomes a waitress at Lupine's Tavern, and her inexperience leads to all kinds of trouble with the guests! Our hero has no idea that this turn of events will lead him to help Dahlia and Veronica take down their archnemesis from the past...

Fantasy Tavern Sextet -Vol.2 Adventurer's Days- Critic Reviews

Fantasy Tavern Sextet's biggest problem is that for a sex-fuelled comedy, it's not nearly outrageous or wild enough. The "embarrassing" situations are pedestrian and easy to anticipate, and the wordplay is hampered by that localisation. That localisation means that even if the game had all its sex scenes in there, it would still be hanging around the lower rungs of the visual novel genre on Nintendo Switch. There are just so many other ones to go with instead.

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Fantasy Tavern Sextet Vol.2 continues that adventure and won’t leave any significant impact on you after the credits roll. The scenarios are becoming repetitive, but the character development and world-building make this one of the more palatable eroge available. If you aren’t reading for the story, though, I’d definitely wait for the PC version.

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