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Mitsuki, an aimless young man studying to take his university entrance exams, falls for a young single mother who lives in his apartment complex. A relationship develops between these mismatched social outcasts, and then...
release date: 29 May, 2019
About This Game
After his mother gets into an accident, Tanimura Mitsuki has to put his life and education on hold. He lives with his parents in the sleepy countryside for five years, helping them run their humble family business — while the rest of his friends leave home, and leave him behind.
When Mitsuki finally leaves the nest, he’s twenty-three years old, and woefully behind with his studies. If he wants to get accepted into university, he’ll need to re-learn everything he was taught during high school, and then some.
Mitsuki moves to Tokyo to attend a rigorous cram school, with the hopes of passing his university entrance exams next spring. He soon finds, however, that his other classmates treat him like a social outcast, being the oldest at his school by far. It proves impossible to make friends, and Mitsuki consigns himself to an isolated, lonely existence...
That is, until he meets the single mother, Himuro Kyouko, who just-so-happens to live in the same apartment complex as him.
Mitsuki offers to help Kyouko babysit her daughter, Tama. Kyouko, in turn, helps Mitsuki study for his upcoming exams. Over the course of a year, the two bond — first, as friends, and then as something more.
- Story by ebi-hime, author of and
- Around 80,000 words of text (approx 5-6 hours of reading)
- Detailed background and character art
- A custom OST
- 1080p display
- Daily messages from Kyouko, the story’s heroine
- A kinetic story with no choices or branches
- A cute single mother!
min system requirement: OS: Win XP+
Memory: 512 MB RAM
Graphics: DirectX or OpenGL compatible card
Storage: 450 MB available space
Sound Card: Any audio output
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The Language of Love user review
Note: please, keep in mind that The Language of Love is a kinetic visual novel, so there are no choices to make and no branching routes to experience.
This was amazing. I got really attached to the main characters and it was such a fun ride, i wish there was more but overall im extremely satisfied with this.
This is a romantic story between two young people. They are in their twenties, and the woman is a single, so in parlance, a "MILF", though she is only 24. The story is quite romantic and heartfelt. And being a kinetic novel, there aren't any choices where you can screw it up!
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This visual novel was an absolute joy for me to read, although it's quite likely not for everyone. It's a celebration of mundane, imperfect romance that you usually won't find in visual novels or similar media. Focusing on a bitter protagonist in his mid-twenties, trying to catch up on life after years of being stuck in his remote home village and a young single mom struggling with everyday life, it's an extremely slow-burn and awkward kind of love story. One that catches both of the main characters by surprise and kind of progress against their better instincts, but still manages to fill the crushing emptiness of their lives. All of this accompanies by the heroine's 6-years old daughter, whose stubborn and chaotic attitude is a constant source of humour and witty dialogue.
Lets start with what this story is NOT. It is not dark, it is not super natural, it is not erotic, it is not emotionally intense (unless you are an unwed mother) and it is not appropriate for children. What it does have is a well written story of sweet love between two lonely people and bit of sex and nudity at the end. The main character is a lost soul and the star is a six year old girl whose mother is the romantic interest. My only negative would be that diabetics should take this in small doses.
The Language of love, is definitely an excellent story over all.
The Language of Love masterfully displays an engaging story of a pair of characters bouncing back from their past together to create something exceedingly beautiful and motivational. The art might not be the best in the world, but the writing and sounds are noteworthy.
This was a nice Kinectic Novel about the relationship between two persons with social problems.
The Language of Love is a really pleasant Love Story, combined with a very cute Family Life. I always love Ebi-Himes way of building Relationships since they have a "realistic" touch to them and still feel like the perfect Love. Furthermore I just adore small Girls, they are just the most precious things and this is one Visual Novel, or even Anime as a matter of fact, that pictures the beautiful Life of Parenthood perfectly. It is way to rare to see cute children in Romance Stories and I absolutelly love when I discover one like this. There are just a few small Grammer Mistakes that I found and some of the CGs arent as good as they could be, not saying that they are bad at all but still, however the most important part which is the Story and Writing are both really good.
This VN was well-done and quite involved into the life of the characters, making it a good emotional ride. It was fun to see the characters evolving over time, knowing things could have quite easily gone the other way at any time. A very credible story.
This kinetic visual novel is pretty wholesome and very sweet. I find the message feature cool and all, but I kind of find it unnecessary especially due to the game's short length (probably around 4-5 hours depending on how fast you read). If the game was a little longer, there would be an incentive to actually visit the feature every time you boot-up the game to continue your play through. Although this is just my personal opinion, I wish the game could've spent more time with the Himuro family, rather than showing us time-skips. It's the little moments of slice-of-life that makes games like these all the better. I recommend this game to those that enjoy kinetic visual novels that are more on the lighthearted side when it comes to the overall theme and tone.
ebi-hime writes good romance, as always.