Game Info:

Developed by: calme
Published by: Sekai Project
Release date: November 10, 2017
Available on: Windows
Genre: Visual novel
Number of players: Single-player
ESRB Rating: Not rated
Price: $9.99

Thank you Sekai Project for sending us this game to review!

KARAKARA 2 takes place after the first game and I highly recommend playing that one first before diving into the sequel. The same characters carry over including Leon, a rare human with only two ears and no tail. Most of the residents including his live-in female friends, Lucia and Aisia, have dog or cat traits as a result of a great calamity that wiped out ¾ of the population.

There are two episodes in this sequel and the third one begins with the resident female cop, Cullen, bringing Leon his monthly marriage proposal letters. Leon doesn’t consider himself ready to marry yet and turns down each lucrative offer. Declining in writing is substantially easier than doing so in person. Leon learns this the hard way when an attractive girl named Rebecca shows up at his doorstep unannounced.


Strong Points: Funny characters/story; nice artwork and Japanese voice acting
Weak Points: Ended on a cliffhanger; two hours long
Moral Warnings: Skimpy outfits and well endowed females; some sexual humor; undead characters; language (d*mn, *ss)

Rebecca does not accept "No" for an answer and gets Leon to agree to a one week trial period where she can prove her worth as a potential wife. Rebecca definitely possess many great homemaking skills like cooking, sewing, and gardening. Lucia and Aisia take notice as well and devise a plan to find a weakness to keep Leon to themselves. Rebecca does indeed have a secret which I will not spoil, but it does provide some shock and comedy later on in the game.

Cullen seems to take notice that Leon’s harem grows every time she takes leave and this is no exception in the fourth episode. The café requires the services of a guardian ninja to keep everyone safe from a dangerous duo wishing to kidnap and sell Leon. Mari’s source of Ninjitsu training is a bit peculiar, but she is very agile and defends herself well.

The fourth episode goes into Mari’s past and the rest of the girls take a liking to her right away. Unlike the previous episode, they try to fan the flames of passion between her and Leon. While there is a kissing scene with a female in the third episode, any sexual encounters are not made too obvious. Many opportunities are presented but Leon seems to be a gentleman and turns them down outright.

Score Breakdown:
Higher is better
(10/10 is perfect)

Game Score - 76%
Gameplay - 13/20
Graphics - 8/10
Sound - 7/10
Stability - 5/5
Controls - 5/5

Morality Score - 74%
Violence - 10/10
Language - 6.5/10
Sexual Content - 3.5/10
Occult/Supernatural - 7/10
Cultural/Moral/Ethical - 10/10

All of the females in Leon’s life are well endowed and there are conversations between the girls comparing their physiques. There is also some crude discussions and some language (d*mn, *ss). Mari’s outfit is very skimpy, but it does not hinder her movement at all.

I was able to complete this visual novel in two hours and enjoyed it. Since it ended on a cliffhanger, I can’t wait for the sequel. If Leon’s harem continues to grow, I’m going to wonder where everyone will wind up sleeping. Things are starting to get pretty cramped with the sofa being used as a bed now.

If you enjoyed the story, characters, art, and voice acting from the original game then you won’t be disappointed here. The sequel sells for $9.99 and, as far as I can tell, does not have an 18+ patch like the original did.

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