Burrow of the Fallen Bear: A Gay Furry Visual Novel
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Critic Reviews for Burrow of the Fallen Bear: A Gay Furry Visual Novel
Burrow of the Fallen Bear: A Gay Furry Visual Novel really stressed the point that people who enjoy this game also enjoy multiple sexual encounters with multiple partners with zero connection other than physical. That all beliefs, ideas and personal codes can be thrown out the window if arousal is observed. If this is just meant to be erotica, put that in the title.
Burrow of the Fallen Bear - A Gay Furry Visual Novel tried to offer a romantic story within the furry theme. However, the end result is a very basic story that's totally left aside for the sake of the characters' erotic relationships. The presence of some dialogue options like puzzles don't recreate the concept of challenge and end up more frustrating than immersive. What keeps the game from failing is the soundtrack adequate to the game's most important scenes and its Brazilian Portuguese localization that allows certain dialogues to cause more impact.
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I know I’ve said a lot of negative things about Burrow of the Fallen Bear, and I want to make it clear it’s not because of the content. I previously reviewed a furry visual novel and actually loved it, and I have zero problem with adult content. It’s just that none of these things were done well in this game. Burrow of the Fallen Bear has potential, too: there are some heavy topics, like racism, genocide, religion and cults, and grappling with one’s dark past. The experience could have been so much richer if even just one of these topics had been given some real time. Unfortunately, Burrow of the Fallen Bear is just not a good game, bogged down by a poor translation, an uninspired story, flat characters, and clunky sex scenes. If you’re needing a furry and/or explicit visual novel to scratch any particular itch, you’re better off looking elsewhere.