Foreword: Okay I’m not going to even try to lie here, but this was more of a “wtf” game for me. Despite being produced by Akabeisoft 3 (a company who I have good impressions on from previous games), I failed to see any form of moral, symbolism, or foreshadows in this strange ass game which was super generic and extremely disorienting. Strangely enough, it wasn’t annoying as I would find archetypical games so I guess the game did well in that sense, but…
Let’s just get into the review. I’m not going to get anything accomplished here.
Title: Gusha no Kyouben ~imashika dekinaikotoga takusan arunda!~ (Lecture of the Amateurs ~There’s so much that can be done only now!~)
Producers: Akabeisoft 3
Release Date: October 28, 2016
VNDB Link: https://vndb.org/v19792
Getchu Link: http://www.getchu.com/soft.phtml?id=920705
Game Type: Slice of life (?) shota/lolicon novel
Summary: Kazuki and his six friends were together for a long time, and each of them had a special relationship with everyone else that was irreplaceable by anything else. However, like the kids around his age, Kazuki and his crew does have some complaints regarding adults whether it be parents or teachers who seems to suppress them with unreasonable things. Because of this, him and his group of friends decide it’s time to rebel. If their pleas for help is ignored, they’ll broadcast it loud and clear until they’re heard.
And piss off the adults in the process (kek)