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Yumeutsutsu Re:Master is easily worth your time with its multiple endings if you enjoy long visual novels.
Yumeutsutsu Re:After is a fantastic sequel that delivers the possible futures of the characters of the previous title. With top-notch voice acting and amazing writing, this is a must-have for anyone that enjoyed the prequel. While this title would have also sufficed as a simple add-on to the first game rather than standing alone, this also allows the chance for new players to discover the interesting world of Ai and her friends.
Regardless of which ending is first discovered, Yumetsutsu Re:Master is a fascinating visual novel that throws light on life within the gaming industry and the complicated relationship of two sisters. The hours spent lost in the tale are rewarded with a gallery of scenes and a few videos to collect which necessitates further play, an act that will not become boring with the mystery of whether the sisters will reunite in the best ending to aim for.
Yumetsutsu is a perfect follow on to the Nurse Love series.
Yumeutsutsu is a curious story that uses a small game development company as the basis for a romance with hints of drama. Even with a protagonist that it not very interesting and with some writing problems, it is worth checking out if the player is interested in following a little of the routine of women producing games at the same time that they relate lovingly.
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Yumeutsutsu Re:Master is the most insane yuri visual novel I’ve read. More than Nurse Love Syndrome. Kogado and Degica continue to prove themselves as the dynamic duo that deliver emotionally heavy scripts in the unlikeliest of settings. The exceptional voice work and character art makes this a feast for the eyes and ears. I was personally on the hook from beginning to end and I long for more. Thankfully, we have Yumeutsutsu Re:After to look forward to. However, there’s an elephant in the room that we need to address: the price. It’s hard for me to convince you to spend $64.99 on this visual novel. I’ll never forget the 25 hours I’ve spent reading this. The problem is that it was only 25 hours. Should the game’s price ever dip to the same as its Nurse counterpart, I’ll wholeheartedly recommend it. Until then, wait for a sale.