If you have no idea what Love Hina is and you’re playing this game anyway, let me give a brief synopsis.
A guy named Keitaro Urashima (referred to as Keitaro, Urashima, or “Urashima-sempai”), is trying to get into the college Tokyo University (referred to as “Tokyo U”, for short).
In the story, Kodaka Hasegawa is a half-Japanese/half-British transfer student whose delinquent-like blonde hair scares people, while Yozora Mikazuki is a seemingly perpetually sullen girl. The Phoenix Festa comes to a close as The Asterisk War wraps up its second season.
The two decide to form Rinjinbu, a club for people with hardly any friends. Did this magic high school light novel adaptation ever manage to break out into something more?
So once the translation was out of the way, I thoroughly enjoyed this game, for what it was, anyway. For those who don’t know what Love Hina is all about, you may have a slightly difficult time trying to keep up with what happens in the game.
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