“Anything that’s interesting is good, right?” – Mamoru Fukunaga
At first glance, a visual novel where your love interest is a school girl with one huge eye centered on her face could be a lively rumpus or a heartfelt eye-opener. At least, that’s what I would lead myself to expect. Instead of balancing itself on the spectrum of anthropomorphic girl cliches to base a visual novel on, Love at First Sight grounds itself on the standard cliches of visual novels.
NO. No, that’ s not true. Not completely, anyway. Love at First Sight actually surprised me in that it doesn’t go off the wall with itself just because its main focus is a character with one eye. It puts in a little more effort in building the relationship of the two leads than what I think most people would initially give it credit for. A little goes a long way, and a ‘little’ is what you’ll get in this visual novel. Continue reading “Visual wa shock!: Love at First Sight”