Honoka arrived at home with snacks, juice and candies which are her brother's, named Hirokazu, favorite stuff. However, she noticed there has been an unexpected guest – Akazaki. She attends the same class as Hirokazu and for that matter he invited her for a study session and Honoka misunderstood her as his girlfriend. Will Hirokazu make up with his sister in a secret way while Akazaki is still in their house?
I will try to make this as short as possible. This Rx is for those who likes the "typical" vanilla genre, nothing special I would say. There are some Yuri in between the Rx. (I am the worst at describing a story)
Story 7 - I would not say the best or the worst, he and his female friend is studying on the same room. (Stop reading if you don't want spoilers)
Her sister got turn on and stuff on her room and then the story follows by him going to her sister room and making her ejaculate.
Her friend which is beside the room heard the
moan and then got herself turn on thinking that his friend sister is masturbating her own self. When the friend gets back to the room, she then have sex with him. The story continues..
Art 7 - The art and animation is quite bad considering this is an 2014 Rx. Not so smooth with details, I can live with it.
Sound 8 - I actually enjoy the voice acting for this. Some may disagree, but I actually love the sister cute voice. As for her friend, it's an o-ok voice.
Overall 7 - Not the best but not the worst is all I can say. I'm not the best reviewer, but this review can give you a quick glans of how the Rx is. If this review is too short for you, I'm sorry bout that.
Rate a 6
categories:Slight comedy, romance
tags:incest, vanilla, m/ff,lesbian
Can't help but feel thrown into the story. Almost as if there was no introduction. My reason for this is that the brother and sister waste no time at expressing their pure emotions. Some more than the other. Perhaps, this anime's idea of introduction was through progression or more specifically wording. Although, if that were the case i would admit it was flawed to some extent. Such example could be seen by the 'friend' using the words "big sister". I know having seen the show they are not related (the girls) aside from friends so why use
the words? Unless, it plays on the American concept of close friendship. As can be seen by mainly rappers/gangsters with such words as 'sista' or 'bro'. Although, with Japan i feel that is possible but they seem to use it in a more dignified manner with respect as key focus. Good for them. Ending was debatable on appropriate vs confusing. One hand the ending illustrated the key point of how the girl had a more emotional investment while the guy's was limited. Which is why the guy had no clue. As since the ending started from the guy's perspective it makes sense that the ending would end in the mind set of the guy with perplex-ion.
While on the other hand in confusion with the same previous information above in consideration we have to factor in the texts. This part may be more simpler to figure out for others but i find these 'texts' confusing no matter the context. Mainly for they require a certain perceived outlook and/or quite short. For example, "bye, C. U. N. T. 2 u later." Granted, this example at least with the 't' and some regard on the 'n' was a bit much but that is teen speak for you. You are wondering what is the point of this? To express the confusion of text message. In appropriate abbreviation form like, 'a.k.a.' a phone might see the following letters as a new sentence because of the period that came before. In doing so might make the following letter(s) in capital form. So, rather than saying the simple, kind message of, 'bye, see(c) you(u) and (n) talk(t) two(2) you(u) later' let's us say the capitals alone illustrate this message as aggressive and it's word is not nice either. Sure, that wasn't the intention i am sure but that is a way it can be perceived. Which is why texting is viewed quite negatively in my eyes. Which is why any short hand mention should not exist for it can confuse the viewer.