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MangaGamer puts Shuffle! sequel Really? Really! up for preorder

6:30 PM on 05.09.2014 // Brittany Vincent

Really? Yes, really

MangaGamer has just announced that Really? Really!, the third game in the heart-wrenching Shuffle! franchise, is now available for preorder for a June 6 release. It's nowhere near the caliber of Steins;Gate, if my review was your first introduction to the world of visual novels, but it's a good bit of eroge and storytelling that you'll enjoy if you've seen the Shuffle! anime or have followed the previous games.

Shuffle! was a series I didn't feel too strongly about until the very end. Harems usually just don't appeal to me, unless we're talking Tenchi, but Shuffle! as a visual novel appealed to me in a massive way. I couldn't get enough of it, and I hungrily devoured it during my first playthrough. I've yet to play the second game, but given Really? Really!'s themes, which I won't spoil here, I might be inclined to give it a try.

Preorder Really? Really! here for $34.95 and let's gush about it like girls at a slumber party. But be forewarned, Shuffle! and its surrounding collection of games are hentai -- adults only, and the screenshots are obviously NSFW.




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