Summer Lesson Pc Download [BETTER]
Summer Lesson Pc Download [BETTER]
Summer Lesson Pc Download
as a serious vr game, it does well in comparison to other titles on the psvr. and as a game based on a school experience, its very personal and is probably the closest you will ever come to studying without having to stare at a wall. the story and characters are charming enough to keep you interested, and the game is a decent challenge. its not a game you can sit and play all day, but at least its something that can be useful.
google recently announced the release of its new pixel handsets. each will come packed with decent specs, a powerful processor and the ability to run android on screen, thus allowing you to use most of the smartphone’s android functions in vr. prices start from just £599 for the £379 32gb model, rising to £789 if you go for the 4gb model. there will also be the much anticipated 32gb model at £649
as the handsets are still just rolling out, all information on actual availability and pre-orders are limited, but at such a low price i would really recommend waiting until the 16th of november to see if your particular area in the uk gets them first.
which is exactly what summer lesson is. a schoolgirl in a house, away from her parents, is living in a different reality from her peers. the rule of the house is that the girls will lose a body part each day that she misses doing something at school. each day that goes by without her being good at school, or not cheating, is another body part. she needs to keep her grades up and cheat like crazy to put up with the constant losses of her hand, her foot, her eye, her ass and so on. if the girl loses too much of her body she will die, and to make up for this dead body part she will get another one.
at the beginning of the game, hikari has very little to say. she has a few comments about the weather and the coffee shop, but that mostly it. then you start the tutorials, which play a short clip from an anime series, and explain the mechanics of the lesson, and when you reach that point youll be able to talk to her.
summer lesson does a good job of making you feel like its a schoolgirl, but in a way that you can be sure wont actually happen. its difficult to put a finger on the exact way that it works, but it uses a lot of aesthetics and the way that the game puts you in the role of a student. at the start of the game, you are looking at a website, when the url changes, the game has a japanese schoolgirl type character, maybe wearing a school uniform, and theres a dialogue box to say welcome to your first lesson. then you get a phone call, and find yourself at school, saying hi to the other pupils, and finding your way to the classroom. then, as you progress through the game, youll get to know all of the characters who become your classmates, and theres a bar at the top of the screen that will show you what each of your classmates, and you, likes and dislikes. then, as you progress and get to know the girl you have to tutor, youll learn that she also gets up to some silly antics.
it all seems like a combination of the different personalities from the other summer lessons. you get the anime-esque schoolgirl attitude, the differences in how you address your classmates, the silly shenanigans of the other girls, and the way that every experience is a little bit different. its a game that manages to make you feel like its a schoolgirl, and at the same time, remains unnervingly honest about the possibility that a real-life schoolgirl would actually act like this. its also a game that, as an indie title, manages to be well-written, and to keep you invested, through a complex game that you play for less than an hour. if you enjoy the feeling of being in school, or if you like anime, and you want something interesting, then summer lesson might be right up your street.