Review - Rose & Camellia Collection (Switch) | WayTooManyGames

WTMG's Leo Faria: "Rose & Camellia Collection features an amusing premise and some interesting motion-based controls, but I don’t know exactly who this game is for. Visual novel enthusiasts who also love turn-based combat with motion control capabilities? Is there anyone out there who matches this exact description? I may have enjoyed the shallow, but ever amusing combat sections featured in this collection, but I had to endure utterly boring VN sequences in order to reach the next one. There was also not a lot of substance in terms of lasting appeal and amount of content, despite the “Collection” name in its title. The ridiculousness of the premise doesn’t entirely make up for the technical shortcomings or the boring plotlines, but it’s still amusing in shorter bursts."

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Rose & Camellia Collection Review by Video Chums

“In short, Rose & Camellia Collection doesn't have much to offer beyond a quick laugh, and that's just it - a QUICK laugh.” - Martijn van Gent from Video Chums.

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Rose & Camellia Collection (NS) Review | VGChartz

VGChartz's Evan Norris: "Ultimately, due to its short running time and unchanging gameplay, the anthology isn't worth purchasing. But it is worth experiencing, at least once. It's too weird, absurd, funny, and different to ignore, even if the games within don't stand on their own."

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