Console ADVs are nice because I get less distracted than if I was on the computer.
In the thriving era of console galge where eroge ports did not make up the majority of releases, school life stories reigned king. From Tokimeki Memorial to Memories Off, the cute 2D girl in a colorful school uniform became the face of the genre. Then it is to no surprise that when F.O.G, a company that claims to be the opposite of trendy, comes out with a game whose cover is a realistic photograph of a road and some grass, it didn’t generate much talk. The game and its premise is something that you’ll find only when you’re looking for it on purpose, and I’m pretty sure that the amount of people looking for a game about meeting 2D girls while traveling through Hokkaido in a Google Street View-esque system is far from high. But that’s just what makes the game stand out in the sea of school-life galge, along with the fact that F.O.G is still alive today.