Does Robotics Notes have romance? Despite being based on a visual novel, this anime shows a love triangle between the robots Airi and Frau. Instead of a harem anime style, the series places emphasis on the heart. Although this series is set in the future, it still shows a strong sense of romance. This makes Robotics;Notes a fantastic read for fans of the visual novel genre.
Despite its science-fiction theme, this visually appealing novel has a diverse cast. Various characters, from the robot Subaru to the mysterious Frau (the programmer behind Kaito’s favorite game), add to the charm of the writing. While the primary characters aren’t portrayed as particularly romantic, the secondary ones add mystery to the story. The characters in Robotics;Notes are engaging and well-developed, making it easier for readers to suspend disbelief.
While the storyline is similar to that of Steins;Gate, the characters in Robotics;Notes differ in some ways. This adaptation of the VN has different perspectives and a great deal of world building. While the science is accurate, there are some changes made for the sake of storytelling. The plot is complex and engaging, and I’m looking forward to more Robotics;Notes.
DaSH takes place six months after Robotics;Notes. Kaito has returned to Tanegashima island after spending time overseas studying astronomy. On the boat home, he meets Daru, who is on her way to meet Nae. Meanwhile, the Robotics Club has a new mission: saving the island of Ko Kimijima. If they do, the game will be a hit with players.
While Robotics;Notes is a continuation of the previous titles, it stands apart from the other SciADV games in its genre. Its story is interactive, and the art style is unique, with 3D animated character models combined with 2D backgrounds and occasional CGs. Its unique presentation makes Robotics;Notes an exciting game for fans of the genre. I recommend the series!
In terms of length, this game is twice as long as the popular War and Peace. It is estimated that the average reader will finish the game in about 80 hours. In comparison, War and Peace takes 35 hours to finish, and Robotics;Notes Elite is two times as long as the longest-known long book. That is a great amount of time to spend reading a game! However, if the story has a strong central attraction, then this game is worth reading.
The Robot Club part of the story was entertaining, and the plot twists and character development were well-written. I enjoyed the dark side of the story, which gradually built up clues but did not feel too obvious or foreseen. The protagonist had some good ideas that seemed reasonable. I did enjoy the game, but I would not call it a romance novel. I will be reading more books by this author!
Other characters in Robotics;Notes also have a good deal of potential. Akiho is still hyperactive and has no plans for life after graduation, and Kaito has already begun his new phase of life. He spends a great deal of time with Junna, but this side plot focuses on self-confidence and a more realistic image of himself. The story will make you want to read Robotics;Notes if you love anime, but are unsure whether it is right for you.
Although the game uses different terms from previous entries, it still has a good production value and interesting mystery. Long-time fans of the series may be disturbed by the new terms. Despite the changes, Robotics;Notes Elite is still a good game to try if you enjoy playing a Science Adventure. I also enjoyed the humor in the game. The storyline was very interesting and the graphics are superb.