Today we bring you our second installment of DCIF’s Tester’s Corner!
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I’m a picky person when it comes to my level of ‘enthrallment’ with written works and whatnot. And in the case of Da Capo I.F. I found myself sort of stricken once again with ‘Don’t Care For It’ syndrome. For me, this series hasn’t really managed to just ‘hook me’ in a way that I’m dying to read more. Now, this isn’t to say that I don’t care for visual novels, in fact I’m guilty of checking out other series that are… Well, just as lengthy and plentiful in details and dialogue, though it’s up to you to determine who that is with the industry having many groups and companies doing just the same thing. The problem is that I just don’t find myself interested in the story Da Capo had to tell and as a result, I didn’t find myself anymore converted by Innocent Finale. It’s nothing bad, nothing AMAZING, just average from my point of view.
However, I’m not blind to what this series does provide that IS enjoyable. I do like the character designs, for the most part, and you’re never confused or unsure of what’s going on. That last point in particular is all any reader can ask for. If you’re a fan of Da Capo, consider this a sort of ‘build up’ to get you back in the mood for the series before the sequel comes out. For those not interested in the series just sit back and wait it out for something else.