Higurashi When They Cry Hou - Ch.6 Tsumihoroboshi A re-release on a new engine with updated art and a re-edited and TLCed translation. The updated art contains only all-new sprites contracted by MangaGamer, drawn by Kurosaki of Caramel Box. No CGs or new backgrounds have been drawn. Higurashi When They Cry Hou - Ch.6 Tsumihoroboshi Unofficial Korean translation of the game released in Steam (and MangaGamer). ' I'm going to masturbate so kindly get out!
Higurashi When They Cry is a sound novel. The music, backgrounds and characters work together to create a world that is the stage of a novel for the user to read. They laugh and cry and get angry. The user takes the point of view of the protagonist to experience the story.
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Higurashi When They Cry Hou
The final chapter, especially Keiichi vs Rena is my favourite moment of all time
pacing isn't as solid is meakashi but it's kino too
I couldn't think a Higurashi chapter would top everything else, but this chapter takes the cake. Rena's character was already amazing enough, but it turns her from great to the best. A heavily relatable character that struggles from mental illness and pain by a divorce.
Everything was glorious from the start to end from Rena's apology to Keiichi's speech about friendship, the psychological horror that sends chills down your spine when Rika finds Rena alone in the junkyard, the increasing tension of Rena's paranoia with a detail of her text color changing from a bright pink to a bright red to signify insanity, Keiichi's miracle of realizing the sins he committed in another world, and the confrontation of Rena in the school when she held them hostage is all played perfectly. It's THE introduction to the answers you all need for the final 2 episodes of the answer arc.
I finished it this week recently, and I experienced every emotion ever and I'm going to cherish those feelings whenever I felt like rereading this vn series ever again. I love this visual novel and the When They Cry series so much.
After how disappointed I was with Meakashi, which focused on all the aspects of Higurashi that I didn't feel strongly about, I expected all the Answer Arcs to be mildly disappointing even if overall quite good. I was wrong, Tsumihoroboshi is a complete 180, it takes all the aspects I loved about Higurashi and presents it all in a slick, exciting but still melancholic and macabre way, without being extreme for the sake of being extreme.