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Suzu Takachiho is the daughter of the Tamayorihime, a princess with the sole purpose of sealing away a dangerous artifact of the gods, the Onikirimaru. Suzu's close cousin and sister figure, Mao Yasaka, is next in line to succeed her mother as Tamayorihime and keep the seal on the Onikirimaru in place, protecting the land from the wrath of the gods. All is well until Mao mysteriously disappears, bringing Suzu back to her bloodline and forcing her to take on the role of Tamayorihime in her cousin's place. Suzu must now seal away the Onikirimaru once again, all while attempting to uncover the mystery behind Mao's disappearance and its ties to a dangerous woman known only as the Toyotamahime. Fortunately, she has the aid of her guardians, six young men who have taken an oath to protect the Tamayorihime from any danger she may face.

Hisui no Shizuku: Hiiro no Kakera 2 is the sequel to Hiiro no Kakera, though despite the minor parallels between the roles of the protagonist, the story takes place in a completely different setting with a new cast. It is a visual novel targeted at a female audience, allowing the player to choose between the seven eligible bachelors by making choices throughout the story. The common route splits into separate routes for each of the men at a certain point in the story, with affection from correct choices determining which route the heroine is set on for the rest of the story; choices after that determine whether the heroine obtains a bad end or a good end.


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Masa♥Yuki (3090) added Hisui no Shizuku: Hiiro no Kakera 2 (PlayStation 2) on Sep 15, 2015