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Bokuten - Why I
Became an Angel
Limited Edition

amazing and
beautiful yet
depressing game
i could relate
to both the
main character
and angel i

The Most Forbidden Love in the World (download)
Without Mosaics, Full Voice
$34.95    MG point:174
On Sale:
May 16, 2019
Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
4.5 out of 5 (2 reviews)
Please check System Requirements before check out.

Yoshimura Osamu
The 30-years-minus-13-months-old protagonist of the story. A timid and spineless man easily swayed by his emotions, Osamu’s wretched luck cursed him to a life of being constantly used and deceived by those with a hidden motive.

He ends up shouldering all the blame for the illegal activities his company participated in, resulting in his untimely termination. Now jobless, he eventually finds himself living at the Terrace House Hinosaka.

Although most people write him off as useless, in truth, Osamu is a talented and hard-working man who saved several co-workers and companies in their times of need.

Osamu’s height leaves him about two heads taller than Mitoko.

Having been brought up in a peculiar family, he is very picky about his food, with a special fixation on Italian cuisine. He is unable to even stand the smell of rice, as it instantly upsets his stomach. Which, in turn, ends up upsetting Mitoko herself, resulting in her often acting violently towards the older man.

His new nickname at the boarding house is Mr. Laid-off.
Hinosaka Mitoko
A girl who used to live alone with her mother, but after the latter elopes with an unknown man, suddenly becomes the landlord of a run-down boarding house called Terrace House Hinosaka.

Adept at household chores and possessing a brisk, generally cheerful personality, Mitoko never skimps on effort, treating everything with utmost diligence. The way she scuttles about the boarding house often makes the tenants associate her with a small animal.

All the tenants and neighbors adore her, attaching various nicknames to her such as ”li’l landlord”, ”Young Mistress” or simply ”Toko”.

However, she also has a tendency to stubbornly carry everything on her own shoulders without relying on anyone else -- as a result, Mitoko’s overly serious personality can make her both inflexible and heavily prone to obsessing over superficial issues.
Kouno Asami
Mitoko’s homeroom teacher. A striking and approachable beauty who is quite popular among her students and peers.

Although her outward appearance would suggest a person above most earthly matters, she nonetheless involves herself in petty quarrels behind the scenes from time to time.

Asami seems to have trouble with her private life, especially when it comes to men.
Amagi Kaya
A co-worker at Osamu’s new company. She comes off as an apathetic, laid-back person who lives in her own world.

However, she turns out to be quite a caring woman on the inside, nearly forcing the protagonist to stay at her apartment when he finds himself unable to go home.

The casual clothes she wears at home tend to lean towards the sexy and revealing, making the time spent at her apartment a whole new kind of trial for Osamu...

Her nickname eventually becomes Laid-off #2.
Sawashima Himeo
A wealthy university student living at the mansion neighboring the Terrace House Hinosaka. She is also the daughter to one of the biggest real estate magnates in the country.

Although she fills the role of a friendly and proactive big sister figure around Mitoko, Himeo hides another face, turning into a completely different woman based on whether she views the person she interacts with as friend or foe.

She tends to look out for and pamper Mitoko, but treats the protagonist with nothing but animosity.

Her nickname is ”princess”.
Hinosaka Honoka
Introduces the protagonist, Osamu, to the Terrace House Hinosaka but disappears soon after, leaving her daughter, Mitoko, behind. A caring and gentle woman who unfortunately tends to be easily swayed by the tears of men.

Required CPU: Intel Pentium4 3.0GHz
Required Memory: 2GB
Required Resolution: 800×600
Required Colors: 16bit highcolor
Sounds: DirectSound PCM
Required Graphics: GeForce 6000/RADEON X Series and up, VRAM 256MB
DirectX: DirectX8.1

This game....
So, a bit of context. I played this game last year, in May 2019. I'd recently broken English law by driving... drunk, without a licence. This resulted in me losing my decently powerful position at the world's biggest insurance broker, M***H.

Honestly I was lost, I'd lost everything I had worked so hard to get. I'm nothing but secondary school graduate scum, I'd stolen my position from uni graduates, from the son's of rich Directors, from those that flat out knew more than I. Yet I'd lost it all in a drunken haze. It hurt more than you can imagine, kind reader.

Then I played this game. Obviously I instantly connected with the MC. He loses everything through noble purpose, something I can't claim. However, I am not exaggerating however, when I say, this game, this novel - gave me the strength to pick myself up again. To try again. To understand that no matter how many time you are f*cking knocked down, you get back up again screaming 'koi'.

Some may think this MC is weak or cowardy, I do feel that. However, losing your job - especailly in the situation he does, affects your personality. It warps you. Please take that from me. You do truly lose yourself.

Please give this novel a chance - I promise it will haunt you years later - and if you're like me, might even change your life. :)

Solid read
Finally a SOL game that has something to offer.

The most forbidden love in the world is a piece i can recommend to every visual novel reader:
The characters are good and well written(both main and supporting)
The VA is imo very solid (this is the first VN ever that i managed to read without muting the protagonist voice), every character is voiced iirc which is a bonus.
Humour is good, made me laugh quite a bit.

While the story and protagonists are nothing really special, the setting and the quality of the VN shines :
Finally a SOL which is not centered about students/school, the world is plausible, and it isn't too hard to feel for the characters, the protagonist is not a extreme dumbass or a genius. The characters are evolving through the story which makes them interesting to follow.

The Emote system is well built into the game, making the character move just enough to make them feel alive.

The only quarrel that i have with this game is the true end which SPOILERS

Focus around mikoto which is veryobviouslyunderagebuttheysaysheseighteenbecausefbiopenup
i'm not fond of the route and is the reason i'm only giving it 4 stars, the story can be enjoyed without this route but i did read it and found it was treated in a tactful? way, but you'll be the judge of that.

Overall a good read, we need more VN like these with a setting focused on non students people to appeal to us people tired of school/youngling stories.
PS : Asami best girl

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