In ‘VR’ One Room 2nd Season, you can experience various scenarios, each spanning four episodes long, with three beautiful girls: Yui Hanasaka, Minori Nanahashi, and Mashiro Amatsuki. Become the boyfriend of Yui Hanasaka and further develop your relationship, maybe something more will happen. Or become a student/bathhouse assistant and work together with Minori Nanahashi to save her grandfather’s bathhouse. Or become colleagues with Mashiro Amatsuki and help her increase her livelihood and confidence. Three moving stories, one protagonist, and whole host of emotions.
– Yui Hanasaka, your neighbor in the previous season, had
just gotten into the same university as you and upon finishing the entrance ceremony, she confesses to you. You feel ecstatic and accept her confession, making you her boyfriend. And now, you’ll spent your first summer together at the beach. During these summer days will you succeed in advancing your relationship, or will you fail? Watch and find out how it ends.
–Minori Nanahashi is a 17-year-old high school student, who manages her grandfather’s bathhouse, the Nanahashi Yu. She is a cheery and lively girl, who appreciates her historical district and her family’s bathhouse. You, on the other hand, are a student and a bathhouse assistant, working, cleaning, and studying your days away. You, also, treat Minori like a younger sister, but that may change as the situation at Nanahashi Yu becomes more desperate. Can you save the Nanahashi Yu from falling into ruins, and can your relationship with Minori progress beyond the “younger sister and older brother” status? Only time can tell.
– Mashiro Amatsuki is a 21-year-old college student, who was a former rhythmic gymnastics, until she received a major injury, causing her to retire from the sport. She appears to have a shy and reserved personality, but, at times, will be outgoing. You, on one particular night, took a photo of her as she was performing a gymnastic pose. She caught you taking a photo and calls you a pervert, and later, a stalker as you notice her returning home from job hunting and, again, when she discovers that you live in the same apartment as her. From there, you spent nights talking, cooking, and coaching her. You notice her disheartened state, and make it your objective to help her develop her confidences and get a job. Will you succeed in helping her find her dream career, and can you close the distance with one another? Stay tuned and find out.
Accompanying these scenarios are the improved visuals, such as the gorgeous and cute character designs with some detailed background designs, and decent animations. Each scenario has a calm and relaxing background music with different character ending songs.
So, what are you waiting for? Get ‘VR’ One Room 2nd Season now!
If you did make a purchase, thank you for buying VR One Room 2nd Season, and we hope you enjoy your time with all three lovely girls: Yui Hanasaka, Minori Nanahashi, and Mashiro Amatsuki!
Title: One Room 2nd Season
Genre: Slice of Life, Romance
Aired: Jul 10, 2018
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
Notice: Requires a virtual reality headset. See the VR Support section for more info.
- HTC Vive
- Oculus Rift
- Windows Mixed Reality
- Tracked Motion Controllers
- Keyboard / Mouse
- Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
- OS: Windows7 / 8.1 / 10 64bit
- Processor: Intel Core i5 4590
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 970 or GTX 1060 or better/ AMD R9 290 or better
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 4 GB available space
- Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
One Room is the second wave in Japan's 3D women related propaganda and promoting anime. The first wave offered us a series called Oshiete! Galko-chan (Please tell me, galgo-chan) which focused on implementing 3D related biological factors onto anime girls among other things. These could vary from periods and periodic pains to personal passions related to more "dude-like" hobbies to promote common interests among different genders. The second wave gives us One Room, series which promotes dating and encourages its viewers to get engaged to a real woman ASAP. All of this in the name of getting the Japan youth
and young adult males once again interested in real women and casting a positive effect on Japan's birth rate which is the nro 1 reason why these series are even made.
But let me ask you, the government of Japan: What type of a casual noob do you take me for? I fall in love with new animu waifus on a daily basis, sometimes even on an episodic speed. I have no time for relationships or long term commitment. "Girlfriend simulator." I don't want that. Who wants that? Why would anyone want that? I get tired of women in a week. Two tops. Sometimes in a day. Often few seconds after they open their mouth. This anime is blasphemy towards everything I hold sacred and dear. There is no way any genuine weeb could appreciate such thing -- let alone change his mind. Awful. Just awful.
Let's face it, no one needed this season or the first season. Memeing about how this is the most perfect thing in existence was fun for approximately 3 seconds, much like the anime. Otherwise this is just depressing.
The art is great at least. I really like the 1st person camera (this is a 1st person anime, if not clear yet), especially the scenes where I was checking out anime girls tits and butts are a form of honesty. The biggest problem is that there is no hentai series available that does this thing so all this really is is a wasted idea. Really wish I'd have gotten some. Otherwise the production values are awe and visually pleasing.
One Room does offer very realistic picture of how relationships work, but it is all give and no get. It tries to promote women, yet shows how much effort it all requires. The main romance development goes pretty much like this:
Girl: wanna hang out?
Girl: wanna go the bath house with me
me: well, maybe this once
Girl: can you help me to study?
me: ugh... again.. i guess.. this pretty cliche tho
Girl *rings the door bell*
me: God fucking damnit, woman! How much attention do you need!? Give me some room!
Her unrequited love for me is real pain to deal with. Real pain. Yet, no sexy time occurred so I literally couldn't change my mind. She deserves someone who loves her back. By her deserving, I mean I deserve someone to take her away. It's mean, but it's necessary. This anime is quite immersive as I found myself trying to turn her down several times, but she just won't give up. So persistent and annoying. Less talk, more naked. That's how you win man's heart. If this is truly the best Japan can do to promote 3D, then a failure is what we have at hand.
The girls are kinda nice otherwise. By nice, I mean it's great how each girl has approximately 6 minutes of screen time because they all end up turning boring already within it. Little sister the best girl, btw, because she gave me a back massage. Back massages are nice. Don't ask to get, ask to give. That's how you get them points. *smart girl* She will go to places.
I highly appreciate the other recent 1st person anime, Iya na Kao sare nagara Opantsu Misete Moraitai or "I Want You To Make a Disgusted Face and Show Me Your Underwear" in English. The title pretty much sums it up. Genuine take on human desires and lust, few minutes was enough to show how people just want to bang. I fail to see any reasons to appreciate One Room. Unless 3rd season delivers some lewd, in which case this is actually the best anime I have ever seen. As it is now, starting to date some girl you have known for 6 minutes is not exactly my thing. I guess someone has fetishes like that, but mine aren't this boring, and therefore I proceed give this anime a one because I already have a room. *with the voice of videogamedunkey* I will be remembered for my wits.
why is this show back? i didnt ask for this, but i'm not complaining. One Room (now occurring in Three rooms) is back with a bang.
Story- same as ever, you're a Japanese bloke living life surrounded by cute girls, this time none blood related. You help with their issues and ultimately garner their romantic interest. Basically an animated VN with 3 completely different routes tbh.
Art- looked as clean as S1, Zero-G did a good job continuing Typhoon Graphics solid work. Having consumed every zero-g anime that exists i can safely say this one is visually one of their best.
Sound- the ED's switch with every girl
as per, with only the 3rd ed really being anything worth noting. Some solid voice actors including minase iori made it a good season soundwise.
Characters- what we watch the show for, a variety of girls to pique your interest and suit your desires. lets run through them real quick
Hanasaka Yui- Arguably best girl from last season makes a return as a (s1 spoilers) proper uni student, but thats not all. You're in a relationship with this girl now, madness i know. This arc goes through the complications one can assume occurs in relationships when there is no communication (cause we never speak) and desiring different things at different times. Overall a nice arc giving closure to Yui's story from S1
Nanahashi Minori- once Yui's story ends we travel to another world line steins gate style and have a new room in a hotel/onsen type establishment, run by the grandfather of our next girl. Minori is a younger teen who just doesnt know what she wants to do with life. She wants to take over the onsen but her sexist grandfather wont let her, so whatever can she do? get married to you and you take over? watch and find out. Probably the worst girl across both seasons ngl, but still bearable.
Mashiro Amatsuki- the air-headed ex gymnast whos a bit of an idiot. We travel world lines again and end up in a snazzy apartment building living a lift journey away from Mashiro Amatsuki. We dont do ourselves much good here taking pictures of her in the street without consent, earning the name hentai-san from the get go. However as time moves on and we grow closer to her, the subtle changes in vocabulary are clear as we assist her in getting a job and help her with her fuse box and maybe a love love end can occur? probably the most Fun arc of the one room franchise thus far.
You- gotta admit we're a bit less of a prick this season, so good job us. However we still have degenerate eyes, too many camera angles looking at our one room girls body rather than paying attention to her important words. Despite this, we were very dependable and often saved the day, so its excused.
Overall- a solid entry in the one room franchise, much preferred to S1. This franchise has the potential to keep going forever in a yami shibai kinda way, so many types of girls to pick from and various ages yet to be exploited. Given the fact this show also has a VR game and various other merchandise, I dont think this is the last we'll see of one room. Therefore i look forward to the potential future yandere, onee san and sensei types to come and enter our One Room.
One Room is back as a 2nd season and now it's over, so, as usual we the audience were the main character where we have to follow the life of 3 specifice girls and as usual we give them a good ending. Nevertheless, the story plot of having us audience play the main character to them girls was something else, I what I like most was the Hanasaki Yui Arc, where we the audience marries the girl and as it starts from episodes 1 to 4 we see the character and romance development that occurs between us audience and Hanasaki Yui, but when it
come to Nanahashi Minori arc things were a bit vague as to how it ends, cu'z only her arc was an open ending, and about the Amasuki Masihiro arc, well I kinda hate the her arc was this mild tsundere thing where we audience are called 'Perverts" and that kinda hurts me, but since we audience have no control of it, it was something that we can let slide. Now artwise there wasn't any of the strong lewd fanservice around, only a Hanasaki swimsuit service and also none of any of that quintessential zettai ryoki thing. On the character category, it was nice that the next 2 arcs after Hanasaki's arc were different, they didn't went back to the usual arce from season 1, which kinda make this enjoyable since their the VA's who did the girl's voice did have some of that sweet tone that pleases the ears, so without further adieu I hereby presnt my ratings:
Story-Very Good 8: Since studio Zero-G did come up with something that involves us audience.
Art- fair 6: None of any lewd fanservices just a couple of suggestive images that weren't enough to constitute any lusty desires.
Sound- Good 7: The VA's may have delivered us some sweet tone of the character's monologue which is good, but when it comes to the last arc, I kinda feel hurt being called a Pervert.....oh , that was for us audience.
Character-Good 7: I may want to give this an 8, but having a mild tsundere around was a tiny turn off, but then again , it not bad.
Enjoyment-Good 7: Well, it was worth enjoying, in some ways, but I rather not go to any details.
Overall-Very Good 8: Kudos to studio Zero-G and producer Smiral Animation.