There's a thin line between Nee-sans and Imoutos.
I don't see why we can't have Majikoi threads when there're multiple Fate threads every single day.
To be fair, that shit was foreshadowed since the beginning of the story.
Miyako clearly had a shitload of personal issues that she needed to get over. It would have been retarded if her route just ignored all that.
Everything was foreshadowed.
She didn't care about anyone, she clearly had some emotional issues, and she was way too dependent on Yamato. This shit was all apparent since her first appearance.
If you don't want her to develop in her route, then you'd need to get rid of every single other thing that was laid out in the common route.
>It's unique for a visual novel in a lot of ways.
Because aside from the ton of sequels that gave every single minor character a route, it didn't do anything tsuyokiss or kimiaru didn't.
I've only done the prologue, Momoyo's route, and part of Yukie's route, but I'm really not impressed with him. Not being a beta is the only interesting thing he has going for him.
>Has a personality unlike most VN protags.
>Doesn't play ignorant. If someone expresses interest in him, he'll definitely know.
>He doesn't hesitate. If he realizes he's in love with someone, he'll make it clear. In most routes, he makes sure to let Miyako know that she's no longer in the running and doesn't give her false hope.
>If he loves someone, he'll go after her relentlessly. If he finds he's not good enough for her, he'll MAKE himself good enough for her. He doesn't give up. It doesn't matter how many times you reject him. It doesn't matter if you make him wait for seven years. Once he's fallen for you, he will never, ever fucking give up. He won't play around.
>He's smart and calculating. If he has a goal in mind, he'll use everything he can to reach it.
Yeah, he's not beta, but that still doesn't make him interesting. Even when it comes to romance he doesn't do a whole lot. For Momoyo he, uh, did well on exams and won the class war, I guess. Not terribly interesting. For Yukie he spoke to her once or twice and told gave her some basic advice about how to approach Iyo chan and befriend her. He neither has interesting conversations or chemistry with the girls nor really does much for them. It's just not satisfying to read.
In general, he doesn't have many goals he's shooting for in life, he doesn't have any quirks or neat traits, he doesn't have an entertaining dynamic going between him and any of his friends. In my opinion, he doesn't even live up to his nickname of the Tactician, and the repeated references to his "great intellect" become cringeworthy when there's little in the VN to actually support them.
Hard to say.
Yamato has a good size and he can shoot off many rounds in a row. We don't actually know what Hideo's cannon's performance is like.
Yamato's has been compared to the Sword of Kusanagi before, though.
My guess is that Hideo has amazing performance, but in a limited capacity. Not everyone can handle that cannon of his, so it might cause more pain than pleasure. But the ones who can handle it are in heaven.