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Submitted by JoMO 469d ago | review

Go! Go! Nippon! Review [Capsule Computers]

Author Joshua Moris of Capsule Computers writes:

"While straying away from the “ero” content, the game does well to capture your immediate attention at given points. For instance, when you first arrive in Japan you are looking for two “boys” by the name of Makoto and Akira. While many males in Japan may have those given names, it is not uncommon to see a lot of Japanese names interchanged between male and female. So one could imagine the boy’s shock when finding out that he would be staying with two girls – rather than boys – in a home. Alone… You may have decided to leave out adult themed content, but the “intrigued” player will certainly be enticed." (Go Go Nippon, PC) 7/10

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