I guess it could be described as part adventure, part dating sim, and part strategy? some parts of this might drive you "easy-going players" a little nuts. If you’re really not interested in the story and just want the romance, then make sure to select Free Mode in the menu where you fill out your name, select your star sign, etc.

But do note that the romance may feel a bit rushed if you skip all of the story scenes…

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And I’ve miraculously managed to release this game on the 1st…

;7; (seriously, I planned for this to be out way later this month)Can this count as an early holiday gift to all of you lovely people…?

is a 19/20-year-old second-year ronin studying to enter Tokyo University (sometimes known as "Todai").

As a child, the young Keitaro made a promise with a girl, based on a story the children overheard that two people who love each other will live "happily ever after" if they enter 'Todai'.

and the game play may seem a bit confusing to some because it skips all the tutorials too.

Another note about Free Mode: it's good for getting other events and endings you perhaps didn’t get when you played the first time through in Story Mode.It was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine from October 21, 1998 to October 31, 2001, with the chapters collected into 14 tankōbon volumes by Kodansha.The series tells the story of Keitarō Urashima and his attempts to find the girl with whom he made a childhood promise to enter Tokyo University.The character names are listed in Western order, with the given name before the family name.NB Where ages are quoted these are the ages at the time the character appears in the story – the story moves through a year fairly quickly so ages change quickly.There are 8 different endings and 5 characters of possible friendship and romantic interest.