Is a rhythm, Japanese-only game and the most like Love Live in system and type of play. Where Idolish7 has a completely different system to learn, Aichuu doesn’t try to break what is good by making it even more complicated.
Though Aichuu has its flaws too.
One: the circles to tap is down below and my hands cover up a bit of it so I can’t see well when a new note is coming if I’m frantically tapping, a thing that does not happen in Love Live because of the way it’s spaced and in the middle of the screen.
Two: it’s Japanese only and has no voice, so getting to know characters you need to know how to read it, or just skip them (like I did ).
Three: if for me it’s a good thing the system is neither complicated, nor added new things, for others it will mean they’ll get tired or bored because it isn’t different.
Me personally, I like the system and I liked the game and I fell totally in love with the art of the game, so I’m sad to say I uninstalled this just like Idolish7 and Yume100 but not because I don’t like the game! I do like the game, but these games are time consuming and I have a PSP and DS backlog to go through, plus manga and anime and books and light novels. I can’t keep up with all of that plus these games.
Heck, I haven’t been playing much Love Live because of the same reason. If I try to do everything, I just do nothing, so I have to focus on what’s important and if that means that maybe in the future, be it a month or a day, I’ll remove Love Live: I will.
Either way, if you like Love Live and want the male version of it? Aichuu is the game for you!
Happy gaming everyone! Ｏ(≧∇≦)Ｏ
Have you heard about this game before? Have you played it? If so, I’d love to know what you think of it!