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June Pinegar is forced to spend the summer working at her father’s quaint country café, far away from her urban home in New York City. Will romance spark with the dutiful barista or friendship form with the bubbly cashier? Or perhaps she’ll mend the strained relationship between her and her quirky father.
release date: 3 Jun, 2019
developer: Winter Wolves
publisher: Winter Wolves
About This Game
- Visual Novel gameplay with choices that affect the story
- Three potential love interests
- Up to eight endings
- Sixteen gorgeous CGs
- An all new, original soundtrack
- Choose how to spend your week with the scheduler
- Raise stats to change the story and make sparks fly
- Choose from 30+ questions to ask the characters (their answers will help you unlock special endings)
- Partial VO featuring Justin Briner (Deku in My Hero Academia), Dallas Reid (Asta in Black Clover), and Jill Harris (Noelle in Black Clover)
June Pinegar is forced to spend the summer working at her father’s quaint country café, far away from her urban home in New York City.
Will romance spark with the dutiful barista or friendship form with the bubbly cashier? Or perhaps she’ll mend the strained relationship between her and her quirky father.
One thing is certain: with each passing day, June is finding herself more and more charmed by the intoxicating mystique of the Southern town and its residents.
Corona Borealis is a heartwarming story that shows the lasting effects our lives are capable of having on others, as well as their effects on us. Rather than just providing the player with romance options, it aims to explore the depths of non-romantic relationships, too.
min system requirement: OS: Windows XP and newer
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX or OpenGL compatible card
Storage: 75 MB available space
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Corona Borealis user review
Corona Borealis reminds me of another Winter Wolves game called Winter in Fairbook. Both are about a young girl who goes to a small town to work and ends up finding love. However, I liked CB more than WIF because the characters in CB are much less obnoxious imo.
The game and the characters look good, but that is about all positive I can say. If you played Winter Wolfs before, too much background is recycled. The laguna, the party scene, many of them seen before, I think even the barrista inside I have seen used before.
I... Honestly liked this game quite a lot. Sure, it has mostly partial voice acting, but as an avid JRPG player, that hardly bothered me, in fact I kind of like it. There were even some fully voiced scenes, which were quite nice. (Also Justin Briner was in it. I love his voice so dang much!) And while I enjoy a good romance, the inclusion of a family reconciliation route was a nice little addition. Sure, the game was pretty short and mostly fluff, but between all the dark and often emotionally deep VNs I usually play (looking at you Psychedelica series.) there's nothing wrong with a sweet little game made specifically to make you feel good about life.
Corona Borealis is a sweet, lighthearted VN. The length is on the shorter side, but I had a good time playing it. I liked all of the characters and their routes and really enjoyed seeing how each character's relationship with June developed. The questions part of the game was also very entertaining. I had fun getting to know about each character's likes and dislikes, relationships, future plans, etc. Some of the questions led to really funny answers. A simple stat-raising system...great art...good voice acting...pleasant music...
the game is sweet and charming and its relatable on some of its content. i like the many routes that u can choose from and how each character has their own shruggle.
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