The odd thing about Scarlett…

The protagonist is voiced, but it doesn’t play his voice. You see, when I go through the game, I can’t hear Akito, but when I go into the history logs, I can play his voice for every spoken line. How very odd.Thankfully his voice is the only one with the problem.

Voiced or not, Scarlett is turning out to be pretty interesting, even though I’m really not into espionage and stuff like that. Also, the story isn’t what I expected from the guy who churned out 2 Narcissu stories, but it has that nice and refreshing feeling. The music really complements the mood, with lots of acustic guitar and piano. However, the art is quite inconsistent (like showing a girl sleeping with a jacket and waking up without one, or using basically the same CG for a young girl at present time and 8 years ago, etc etc). Ah, this is turning too review-ish, isn’t it? Anyway, the overall mood is like walking your dog when it just got a little bit cold in early fall, and I’m enjoying the title so far.

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