Since yet it's another Success game...

#21MervLPosted 6/16/2008 6:30:26 PM
Just to add, Akane isn't voiced by Kawasumi Ayako.
She's voiced by Noto Mamiko, who plays Konoe Fumina in Shakugan no Shana Second.
#22gyrobotPosted 6/16/2008 6:36:38 PM
Oh, damn, I always get their names messed up.
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#23MervLPosted 6/16/2008 6:54:02 PM
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#24MervLPosted 6/16/2008 6:56:29 PM
I looked it up a bit. CERO C means it's for 15 and up, but CERO Z being for adults only. Most likely because in this game you play a role as a teenager so it's not really for younger people to play it.

http://strategywiki.org/wiki/CERO

Check it here.
#25gyrobotPosted 6/16/2008 9:51:30 PM
Actually, your character graduated from high school, and apparently after completing the game 3 times, there is an extra scene where you and Ayane apparently had sex (though nothing was shown, but it was damn convincing enough since she is wearing a night shirt, hinting you and her had sex)
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'When in 21st century America, act like the freaking Romans 2,000 years ago. Random counter-productive brutality for the win!'
#26MervLPosted 6/16/2008 10:01:39 PM
Is it a picture with her in a blue night dress and pink in the background? If it is, that wasn't during a time they had sex.
#27gyrobotPosted 6/16/2008 10:07:04 PM
But still, I dont know why would Breath get a C rather then a B rating? I mean Success always offer ecchi phone cards for their pre-orders
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'When in 21st century America, act like the freaking Romans 2,000 years ago. Random counter-productive brutality for the win!'
#28MervLPosted 6/16/2008 10:08:20 PM
Because ages 12 - 14 would be more interested in killing things than 15+? It's easier to relate to the story if you have more experience in life that way.
#29gyrobotPosted 6/16/2008 10:10:51 PM
Possibly, and I am talking the blue background one.
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'When in 21st century America, act like the freaking Romans 2,000 years ago. Random counter-productive brutality for the win!'
#30MervLPosted 6/16/2008 10:21:49 PM
Yeah, there's one like that too where the picture is sideways. That's just when the stylist (guy in purple) comes barging in to meet her. Nothing special happened though.