May 30, 2021
PSA: If you plan to watch this, try and find the original Japanese audio with subs (if needed). When I tried to find this, I could only find the English dub, so I had to go with that. Now, what's interesting is that there's TWO English dubs for this obscure hentai, and one is significantly "better" than the other. If you're watching the one where the girl, Yuna, sounds like she has two voices stacked on top of each other, avoid that one. It's absolute cringe. I tried it before I found out there was a better dub out there. It literally sounds like a
fandub (and it might very well be one! I can't find information on this.) If Yuna sounds like a fairly normal girl, you're good. On to the review.
The world's population is steadily decreasing, so humanity has developed humanoid androids to help the world. Seiji is a pianist, but an accident lead to him putting his career on hold. He fell in love with the android nurse who was taking care of him, so he went and bought the same model to live with him. He sees and treats his android Yuna as a human, but not everyone sees androids the same way he does.
Art is alright. It's late 90s hentai so it does not age well compared to some modern hentai, however I like 90s art, so I thought it was decent. Remember that version of the dub I told you to avoid? Yeah, whoever picked that up decided to use AI upscaling or something to try and enhance the quality with rather... questionable results.
Sound was also alright. Nothing real special about it, but there's a primary focus on piano music for the BGM.
The characters are unfortunately one of the really low points for this hentai, Yuna is the most likable one, while Seiji is just... boring.
The H scenes are okay, there's nothing really special or unique about them. It's very standard vanilla stuff.
To put it bluntly, it's just a bland, generic hentai that doesn't offer anything special. Honestly, this review is mostly just to warn you of the double dub situation you'll have to deal with if you do decide to watch it.
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