All of these choices are what got me these endings, but I’m sure there are other ways to do it. These are just the methods I know work. The game works on a points system, so I included areas you can save in routes to get different endings if you want, but I’ll list all the choices again so you don’t have to scroll.
If anyone gets Mark’s neutral end to work, please let me know! It seems to be broken in the original game and in the redux.
Blerdy Otome nominated me for the Someone Thinks I’m Pretty Neat – Real Neat Blog Award. Years ago I was nominated for a book post award for my one book post, but I didn’t really know what I was supposed to do, so I did nothing, OOPS, LOL. Blerdy’s blog is really organized, and that’s always the first thing I notice when I look at her site XD.
I think anybody who is nominated wins by default? I think? I don’t know, but yay, award LOL.
Janet and her date, Bradley, are driving during a storm when their car breaks down. They find a mansion in the woods with four guys in it and soon realize that there is something going on in the house, and now they can’t leave.
Sweet Fuse is one of my favorite otome games that Aksys has brought over, and it was a big reason I tried out Danganronpa and Zero Escape. I feel like it gets really overlooked since it seemed like a really random game to bring over. People hadn’t really heard of it before. I checked out what the JP limited edition of the game came with and how much it cost, and it’s pretty cheap. I wound up getting mine for $8.
I remember this notebook being available for years, I think ever since Aksys first released Demon of the Fleeting Blossom on the PSP. How in the world they still have these for sale is beyond me. The only answer I can think of is how expensive it is. $10 for a 5 x 7in notebook seems a bit steep.