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User review for "Way (English Language version)"

オススメ! Great Gameplay

Sep/17/2008   By Jinnai

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Way is heavily revolved around the cardgame, a variation of hanafuda (the main difference is that scoring only matters for the player, not the opponent). Almost everything revolves around the and how well you do. Very little choice is made outside the cardgame that determines anything.

The Cardgame's AI does seem rather poorly programed, even for later stages in the game. It could be argued that either only your hand matters and the AI should play to stop you from winning or the that it should play a normal game as though it could win. Unfortunate, the AI does neither. It doesn't really try to get any combos usually. Multiple times I've seen the AI put down a card that 2/4 had been played and captured already when it still had a card that could take something on the field and it didn't have card #4. I've also seen it lay cards that gave me a decent of points only to put something out later that gave me zero. This is the same for the basic training mode as it is for some of the sex matches.

The artwork is fairly good quality as well, especially the designs on the cards are very detailed. The sex scenes are semi-animated, but nothing like other games out there. Don't be expecting too much there.

The storyline is done in bits a pieces between cardgames. You have to meet certain hidden criteria. You can usually tell a storyline advance because you'll either advance in sex scenes and/or the screen will give a white flash.

The game gives some hints on how to advance the game and make it easier on yourself, but they are vague. Some people might not like this vagueness, though I think it lends a nice sense of reality to the game, without making it too difficult most of the time to know what you need to do.

The translation quality on the game is haphazard. There are some really good phrases and then there are a lot of poorly worded items. There is also a lot of directly direct offensive language as well which might turn off some players.

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