Colour-Coded for Your Convenience
and some more, huh?
So, yeah, the story isn't the greatest. But you rarely find a fluffy romancing, high-school centered otome game with a really interesting plot or missing any logical flaws/absolutely nonsensical stuff. So, yeah. What usually could save the lacking story are interesting characters and awesome art (I am looking at you, Starry Sky
- no matter how many critics, it is loved by its large fansbase).
So, it has awesome art. I really love the anime art, which is, I think, very close to the game art, no? I really love the art.
Characters? According to many (here and probably anywhere else as well - I don't agree but I like the ending, so it isn't saying much
), headmaster Saotome is one of those interesting characters. The guys...I am really not sure yet... Aside from the winning seiyuu cast I really can't say that much about their deepness of characters after three episodes only. Really, though, I am more interested in the trap, the female-dressed teacher...
...I was going to comment on Nanami, but now Japan won the Female Football/Soccer World Cup in Germany and
I am too distracted to think of how to put her...interesting character into words.
Oh, and that cat is a Ridiculously Cute Critter
, seriously. One ratehr regular, almost boring one, but still, a cute one and that's a bonus. For now. I duno what's up with her existence.