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Supipara - Chapter 1 Spring Has Come!
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The protagonist Yukinari Sanada has returned to his hometown in Kanagawa Prefecture, Kamakura City, for the first time in seven years, and is greeted by his older cousin Sakura Narumi (complete with maid outfit). He wanted to live in peace, but his life at the academy placed on the coastlands becomes bustling and brilliant while surrounded by a lineup of girls with booming personalities like Hotaru Amano, the sharp tongued, half-Japanese beauty, and Alice Kamishiro, the lazy witch who loves modern-science and mail-orders.
- OS: Windows 7
- Processor: Intel Core i series
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: 1280x720
- Storage: 3 GB available space
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Supipara – Chapter 1 Spring Has Come! will take most players somewhere between six and twelve hours to complete, based on their reading speed. That time will also be affected by whether or not they get bored out of their mind in the early goings before finally digging in. It’s outrageous that a slice of life game that actually makes an effort to create a great backstory and memorable characters still ends up with a beginning that drags.
Supipara is a charming visual novel, through an through. Its high budget ultimately may not save it from falling prey to threading the tried and true old formula. Its cast members may end up falling into stereotypical roles and the plot has a few too many uneventful periods. Still it is enjoyable and paves way for the upcoming chapters, promising to have the plot finally running on all cylinders.