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Publisher: Sekai Project
Genre: Interactive Story
These beings who looked like a cross between man and beast are called Demi-Humans.
They acted as Ninja and served those in power.
And so time passes to present day——
“We have come from the Fuuma Village to fulfill an ancient contract. To serve you! Nin♪”
Yura and Tama. These ninja cats made their dynamic entrance.
These cats approached our hero with their loving aura in full bloom.
Their adorability and will causes our hero to be taken by them.
But how will he support them? How on earth do you use ninja in this day and age?
As he ponders this question, the sense of being a master begins to sprout in our hero when he interacts with these lovely cats.
But who is spying on them from the shadows…?
A heartfelt tale of cat ninjas who won’t shut up about loyalty. With a bit of action thrown in the mix.
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In the end, NEKO-NIN exHeart's comedic approach saved it from being forceable and predictable romance where the main protagonist gets all the girls without even trying. There are some pretty interesting twists in the second half of the story that adds a dose of drama and keeps the pacing fresh. I must say that for the $9.99 Steam price, there is a good four to six hour story here that won't let fans of adorable cat-girl illustrations down. I only wish that the first half of the story was as good as the conclusion, but as whole this a decent visual novel.
Like root beer, Neko-Nin exHeart is so bubbly and cloying that it's almost vile. Yura and Tama's antics will cause viewers to shift their feelings from uncomfortable to heart-warming in as little time as it takes to snap their fingers. Despite these sudden shifts, they're liable to stick around and see the story to its end. The most frightening possibility is that they're likely to enjoy it. Sure, the high-quality artwork and solid presentation make for a pleasurable experience. There's just something so insidious about the whole affair. How deep does this rabbit hole go? After witnessing this spectacle, can someone still admit that they're the same person as they were before? …Nin.