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Corona Blossom Vol.1 Gift From the Galaxy (pc game)
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Falling from the stars

If you absolutely have to have an anime-themed visual novel in your life then this is certainly a better choice than things like Burokku Girls or the Sakura games. It's pure fluff, the gaming equivalent of cotton candy so don't go in expecting a deep, meaningful experience but if you just want a joyous ride with a minimum of interactivity and high production values, then this is for you. The story is a deliciously bonkers piece of science fiction fluff, which finds a hapless young mechanic encountering a strange girl who falls from the sky attached to a meteorite who happens to take the form of a girl from the lad's past. He then sets out to help her return to her home planet but things are complicated when a space pirate shows up who wants the girl for herself. There's nothing in the way of actual gameplay here, this being a typical visual novel where all you're really required to do is follow along with the story while enjoying the sheer madness of it all. The whole thing is relatively short, clocking in around five to six hours, but that's not bad for such a game and indeed, this one sets you up nicely for Vol.2 and Vol.3 which are worth picking up if you do enjoy this one. The story is pretty engaging, although it's not a particularly serious one, and features some nice characters and a decent translation. Indeed, the whole game oozes polish, with excellent visuals, good script and fine presentation so if this is your first foray into such games, you're likely to be impressed. Overall, a solid visual novel.