The House in Fata Morgana | Mini Review
Brilliant writing that hooks you within the first hour.
The story is unsettling, upsetting, and heartbreaking.
Backgrounds are bursting with colour and detail. Memorable character designs and incredible CG images.
A beautifully eclectic soundtrack with lyrics in various languages.
Things start to pick up majorly after the fourth story, with many multiple choices and endings.
Some pacing issues on rare occasions.
You’ll have to wait a fair bit until you get to said choices.
Questionable translation choices, i.e. characters from the 12th Century speaking colloquially, unfitting lines like “fragile male ego” replacing “tsundere”, etc.
Lots of ellipses pad out the dialogue exchanges.
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