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NEKOPARA Vol. 4 Free Download Unfitgirl I am running out of what I can write about with regards to Nekopara. This series isn’t that interested in “innovation” or new ideas, so everything I’ve written about the previous three games applies to this one; Nekopara Vol. 4 is likewise a lighthearted comedy visual novel about catgirls and their “master” with a healthy dose of fan service. Related reading: The stories are self-contained enough, but you should probably start from the start with Nekopara. Our review of the first game. In fact, Volume 4’s very opening scene is, on the PC, a sex scene. That has been “censored” for the Nintendo Switch release, but as you play through it, you just know that in the adult version what you’ll see in that scene is very different. I’ve written about this a couple of times in the past, but I actually think that Nekopara benefits from the less explicit imagery. Without it, the art and sense of humour combine to give players something silly and charming, in a naive kind of way. The various catgirls are all adorable, bubbly dolts in their own way, and the overall impression that the narrative leaves is light and irreverent. That texture of the entire experience changes when explicit sex is part of the mix. It’s well-drawn art, as anime erotica goes. It’s just at odds with the rest of the narrative, and so my feeling is that the Switch version isn’t any the lesser without that element. Unfitgirl.COM SEXY GAMES
The narrative itself is good fun. Despite all the success that he’s enjoyed from events of the previous three games in setting up and managing a respected patisserie, protagonist Kashou is still without his father’s approval, and after being on the receiving end of an aggressive lecture and put-down when Kashou returns home for his mother’s birthday (some husband, Kashou’s dad), he decides to head on over to France to further master his craft. There, in addition to chasing his dreams, he’ll meet a new catgirl, learn more about himself and the harem of catgirls that he has following him everywhere. Like most harem stories, there are clunky elements to Nekopara’s writing. Because each and every character needs to have equal treatment and their own little moment to shine, there are times where the pacing grinds to a halt, as the narrative takes the opportunity to give every single character a moment to share their thoughts. Because Nekopara is also slice-of-life stuff, the meandering nature of the story means that it will often feel like nothing at all is happening. It’s fun writing, and of course the point of the game is all about making you laugh along with these catgirls rather than enjoy some kind of meaningful plot, but it’s also undeniable that there’s something vapid to the Nekopara series, and the expanded cast by now contributes to making this one feel like the most meaningless of them all.
Beautiful artwork and designs from creator, Sayori
It is a gorgeous game for what it is though. The character models are highly detailed and beautiful, and perhaps this is just my perception talking here, but there does seem to be more animation in this one than in games past. Characters move around, angle themselves and bounce up and down (jiggle physics and all) as the situation demands. There were a couple of moments where there was so much movement going on that I wasn’t sure whether there was a slight graphics engine bug going on, but on balance it’s a great effect, and a big step above what most visual novels offer. The key CGs are also all masterpieces of fanservice art.As with previous chapters in Nekopara, there aren’t any branching paths to deal with, no dialogue trees, and no minigames or other such distractions. It’s a purely linear narrative. The one example of interactivity is the ability to pull up a virtual hand at any point. In principle, you’re meant to use it to pat the heads of the catgirls, and they’ll positively purr with delight when you do that. Of course, you can use it to play with their chests instead. Which will cause their faces to go a bit red and demure, but of course they all seem to like that you’re doing that just fine too. This interactivity does nothing for the game but for the demographic that the series is developed for, it is a great addition, you’d expect. Airport CEO
Nekopara is what it is. As a highly fanservicey, comedy-themed visual novel, it’s hugely entertaining and delivers on all of its promises. The fan service is excellent thanks to the superb art, and the humour is there – it’s silly, but you won’t be able to help yourself but giggle along with it. If the pornographic scenes that are available on the PC version of the game are of interest to you, then the Switch port’s going to feel like it’s missing something. It’s still more than fanservicey enough, however, and I actually think the narrative and thematic elements are strengthed in the restraint. Couple that with the portability of the Switch form factor, and I think this is the best way to go for Nekopara Vol. 4. Looking at the Nekopara series from the outside will reveal that it is simply another catgirl visual novel. Well, to be honest, that’s exactly what it is. However, developer Nekoworks has found a way to make fans fall in love with the growing cast through quality art and sequels that build up a semi-compelling narrative. True, it comes down to having an intimate relationship with catgirls, but Nekopara Vol. 4 gives us a more emotional and unique angle by focusing on the main protagonist.
Animated characters sprites bring the characters to life
Nekopara Vol. 4 opens the La Soleil doors once again, and it’s as busy as ever. The main protagonist, Kashou, is excited to see the growth, but something is eating away at him. He begins doubting his skills as he recalls how his father mentions that his cakes lack something known as a core. The story then shifts to Kashou, attempting to clear his head and go on a mission to meet up with his mentor and figure out what he lacks. It’s an interesting premise for the series that has mostly focused on the catpanion characters. Each entry would introduce new catgirls and build on their personalities. However, here, we see fully established friendships between the cast and some growth in their personalities. Kashou has been known to help these characters in the past, so now it seems they are willing to do their best to help him, and it’s fun to see. Age of Empires IV
With a significant focus being on the already established cast, it’s interesting how the scope of Nekopara Vol. 4 evolves over its narrative. Kashou finds himself in Paris with Shigure, and they encounter another catgirl who is helping out his mentor. There’s a backstory between Kashou and this character, but it’s a story beat that should probably go unspoiled. The narrative stays mostly focused on Kashou but deviates in some instances to share moments of the girls interacting with those they aren’t generally paired with. Further, we see the characters celebrate the holidays together, which creates a nice passage of time for the story. Still, this is an ecchi, so expect the obligatory hot springs and deviation from the plot to set up some intimate scenes.
Full Japanese voice acting (except for protagonist)
There’s a good sense of pacing for the story, but I couldn’t help that some scenes felt rushed as the narrative really wants to focus on Kashou’s growth here. It’s great to see him get the spotlight, but I wish they would have also given him the option of voiced audio to sell the experience. He’s even present in the CGs, so why not just go all-in? The relationship scenes’ speed allows the story to highlight Kashou and Shigure’s relationship in this entry. Still, the developer found ways to incorporate the large cast of characters and give them a few scenes that complement the narrative’s progression and reflect their personalities. It’s ultimately a way to show their growth without reusing old jokes. Still, you’ll get scenes of Cinnamon drooling and Chocola and Vanilla doing their best, but the narrative plays off these scenes instead of shoehorning them into the story for the sake of it.
To be clear, there’s minimal downside to Nekopara Vol. 4. In fact, for an ecchi catgirl visual novel, it doesn’t let up on its presentation. The comedic writing is solid for most of the scenes, and the numerous backgrounds, CGs, costume changes, poses, and animations really sell the experience of this visual novel. Interestingly, given that this does have h-content in it, I played through the game without the h-scenes and still enjoyed the narrative for what it was. There’s only a slight focus on the sexual aspects of the story, but it’s one of the more cohesive all-ages versions that I’ve read. As for the h-content, well, it’s pretty graphic, and I’m sure fans will enjoy all the quality time they get to spend with new and returning characters. There’s a decent balance of h-content and non-h-content found throughout the story, which justifies the added cost of the 18+ DLC. Still, if you are playing this game, I feel like you’ll be picking up the DLC sooner or later. Afterlife VR
Despite the popularity of Kashou Minaduki’s patisserie, “La Soleil”, his father continues to disapprove of it.Seeing how troubled Kashou was, Shigure offers up a suggestion as a change of pace. A hot springs trip with Chocola, Vanilla and the other catpanions. With Azuki and Coconut’s encouragement, Kashou is determined to confront his father while Maple and Cinnamon suggest a trip to France to seek advice from the teacher who taught him his craft. But why is Shigure also tagging along!? An encounter with a new catgirl in France… This story is a heartwarming cat comedy about the growth Kashou experiences through his catpanions and the bonds with them and his family… with a little ecchi on the side, too.
Add-ons (DLC):NEKOPARA Vol. 4
OS: Windows 8 or higher
Processor: 2.0 GHz and above
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Full HD 1080p 1920×1080 and above, full color support VRAM above 128MB
DirectX: Version 9.0
Storage: 6 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectSound compatible sound card
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 8 or higher
Processor: 2.66 GHz and above
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Full HD 1080p 1920×1080 and above, full color support VRAM above 256MB
DirectX: Version 9.0
Storage: 6 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectSound compatible sound card
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