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Ever 17 is a fantastic adventure game and I'm glad Hirameki decided to publish it for a US audience. There haven't been too many Japanese graphic adventure games published in English, but of the few that have, I would certainly rank Ever 17 as one of the best, if not the best of that bunch. If you are an importer who likes the genre, then you've likely already played this. If you are not an importer and the genre appeals to you, then Ever 17 is a must-play. Normally when I'm done with a game, I usually want to shelve it for a while and not go after alternate endings and such, but with Ever 17, as soon as I got an ending with Takeshi (a bad ending) I went right back and replayed the game as Kid to try and open up new story paths. I got a bad ending with Kid as well. I still have a million more questions about LeMU and the cast and won't feel a full sense of completion in this game unless I go through all the possible paths.
Ever 17 - тихая гавань в бушующем мире игровых страстей, куда порой хочется вернуться, чтобы просто созерцать, сопереживать или отдыхать душой. Редко какая интерактивная игровая книжка про непростые проблемы взаимоотношений студентов и школьников обоих полов способна вызвать подобную гамму чувств. И хентай здесь совершенно не к месту.