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Blackberry Honey

ebi-hime, Ratalaika Games, ebi-hime
Oct 24, 2017 - PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S
5.5 / 10
Nintendo Blast
8 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Blackberry Honey

While it’s far from the worst visual novel I’ve ever played, I think you need to want something sweet and lusty in order to fully enjoy it, and I have a hard time getting into that headspace while holding my Switch. Come for the premise, stay for the game icon of two women kissing on your Switch home screen, and then enjoy a ton of maid outfits that only fulfill a fetish incidentally, not purposely. But please remember: if a woman kisses you and then demands you go out in a storm to look for her doll, something has gone wrong with your life.

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Blackberry Honey brings a cliché romance, although daring because it is a relationship between two women, with a great focus on the period contextualization. ebi-hime did a great job of bringing Victorian England from the 19th century to our present times, and the importance of including the customs of this period is notorious, making the story offer something more than a love story that, in fact, could take place in the 21st century. Despite its minor flaws in the hybrid console, it remains a great choice for anyone who likes visual novels or simply appreciates a good romance.

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Overall, I enjoyed Blackberry Honey. It was easy to get hooked on seeing how the characters and their relationships developed. That was the most memorable part of the game. It’s a nice visual novel.

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