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Mike Salbato
The Labyrinth of Grisaia Review
In which Dom tackles the always-contentious middle chapter.
02.21.18 - 2:23 PM

In November, Dom started a small project to play and review all three of Frontwing's Grisaia titles. The trilogy was released in English from 2015-2017 via Sekai Project, and he had no qualms in highly recommending the first title, The Fruit of Grisaia.


The Labyrinth of Grisaia


Today, we have his review of its followup, The Labyrinth of Grisaia. Read his review to see what he thought of the slightly different direction this middle chapter of the trilogy takes.

And yes, a review is also in the works for the conclusion, The Eden of Grisaia. Look for that in the near future!


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