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NEKOPARA Vol. 1

Rating Summary

Based on 5 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

66

Top Critic Average

40%

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Game Information

Available on:PCDec 29, 2014

Developer: NEKO WORKs

Publisher: Sekai Project

Genre: Interactive Story

What's NEKOPARA? Why, it's a cat paradise! Kashou Minaduki, the son of a long line of Japanese confection makers moved out to open his own shop "La Soleil" as a patisserie. But upon moving out, hidden amongst his things were two of the catgirls, Chocola and Vanilla, that the family had been raising. When he tried to send them back, they begged and pleaded until he gave in and now they've opened La Soleil together. With two catgirls who really, REALLY love their master trying their very best and occasionally failing -- a heartful comedy opens for business! See the Sayori NEKO WORKs’ mascots Chocola and Vanilla like never before, moving, and in full voice on screen. And now with the E-mote System, the characters smoothly move on screen changing expression and poses in countless ways.
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NEKOPARA is a light and fluffy visual novel that fans of catgirls will enjoy their time with.

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There's still plenty of fanservice in Nekopara; the girls have good taste in underwear, that's for sure, and there's plenty of flirtatious dialogue and risqué implications, but it all comes across as playful, and reinforces the rest of the game's silly tone. And for that, it's absolutely delightful.

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Kittens doing cute kitten stuff: funny? Yes. More than five hours of the same thing, though? Not really. Even for the low standards of the visual novel genre, NEKOPARA Vol. 1 is as far away from what a videogame is supposed to be as can be. The plot does not exist, for the simple fact that this is just an excuse to have virtual sex(?) with nekos - but without any sex scenes, unless willing to pay a bunch of money in order to patch this up and get to ogle at some anime coconuts.

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Leave me be, I'm only crying because of how much this is dumb fun. Being as well polished as it is, with its writing and content quality. This is Visual/Kinetic Novel that tops Steins;Gate from being the Gold Standard of features.

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