Basic Premise: The MC and her fellow researchers are trapped on an island during a zombie outbreak.
- The MC is competent in her field and active in the storyline.
- Lionel is consistent if not complex.
- The zombies create a sense of tension.
- The backgrounds are nicely detailed.
- The text and the visuals often contradict each other. The MC’s being repeatedly patted on the head by a character holding a gun in each hand never fails to amuse, but my personal favorite has to be “there’s not a single boat on the island” with a picture of three boats in the background.
- The way the sprites hold the guns is wrong in so many ways that I can’t even start.
- I knew who the villain was from the first chapter and could see the supposed twists far before the story’s characters.
- The whole text desperately needs an editor; errors that even a basic spell-check would catch pepper the game.
- The characters and dialog have no nuance or subtlety. None.
- The bedroom scene is neither romantic nor sexy. I nearly started crying from laughing when the MC’s describing her own “soft breasts.” What, as opposed to the hard breasts you usually have?
Overall: An interesting premise that fails in execution. Of NTT Solmare’s titles, try Shall We Date?: Scarlet Fate instead. The MC is just as active, and the writing and editing are much better.