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About This Game


Grand Kokoro - Episode 1 Is a BxB tragic, drama, romance story told in the form of a Kinetic Visual Novel. This story is about heartbreak, tragedy, acceptance, perseverance and mental health.

Our main character Elijah has to learn to deal with severe clinical depression and suicidal thoughts all while trying to have a normal life. He wants to find someone who understands him, someone that loves him and that sees him as normal and not the unstable mess he’s convinced he is.

Please have a look around, read our synopsis, watch our trailer and maybe even play our demo (which acts as our prologue) to get a better idea of what Grand Kokoro – Episode 1 is all about.

The once bright and beautiful city of Crown Crest is still trying to recover from a tragedy that happened almost five years ago. This is when their most beloved symbol of unification, “The Colonnade,” collapsed. Once it fell it fractured the city of Crown Crest, devastating hundreds of thousands of lives and creating a new social class of people – The SURs, or Survivors of Colonnade.

That’s what Elijah Grand is – a SUR.

Your life is over once you’re labelled a SUR. You’re seen as untouchable, suicidal, diseased and infectious. You become the carrier of “SUR fever,” a disease that rots the mind and causes hallucinations and suicidal thoughts. At least that’s what the people of Crown Crest believe.
Elijah has spent the last five years running from his past and concealing his true nature. At first, running away was easy, but as the days wore on, his memories of the day The Colonnade collapsed began to creep back into his life. Whenever he felt stressed, excited or scared, his memories came rushing back and there was nothing he could do.

These “recalls” as his doctor calls them, are becoming more frequent, and they’re starting to disrupt his daily life. They’re making him question his sanity.

Are these just recalls? Is it SUR Fever? Is SUR Fever real? Will anyone find out? Can I just be normal?

These are the thoughts and questions that run through Elijah’s head as he tries to live a normal life, while navigating through a world he’s been absent from for over
five years.

Can he survive?

With the help of his two best friends, Lucien and Sebastian, he most certainly can; however they too carry a troublesome secret, one that sees them put on a list of would-be victims. Sebastian has been able to keep Lucien and himself safe thanks to his family’s power and influence, but there’s only so much that money and political ties can hide until the truth finally reveals itself.

Join Elijah, Lucien and Sebastian in “Grand Kokoro – Episode 1” as they unearth the secrets surrounding the collapse of The Colonnade building, the powerful families known as “The Legacy’s,” and a political movement known as “The Pure,” which can change everything.

“Being a SUR isn’t what you think it is.”

  • Gameplay: Roughly 4-5 hours.
  • Original Soundtrack: 20+ songs.
  • Kinetic Visual Novel w/limited choices - Choices do not affect the story.
  • Unique game flow: Go from kinetic to standard visual novel and back to kinetic.
  • Romantic CG's: Romantic and somewhat risqué cg's can be found in-game.
  • Platform(s): Itch.io & Steam.
  • System(s): Windows.


Did you find a bug? Have some questions or comments? Well send us an email at contact@crowncrest.studio and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

ATTN: This game does not allow fullscreen. This is the limitation of the engine we used to create the visual novel.

Follow us on Twitter @StCrownCrest to keep up-to-date on any new developments! 7ad7b8b382



Title: Grand Kokoro - Episode 1
Genre: Casual, Indie
Developer:
Studio Crown Crest
Publisher:
Studio Crown Crest
Release Date: 25 Jul, 2018



English




So usually, i don't write reviews but considering this is one of the best VNs i've played and it doesn't look like it got that much attention, i really felt the need to.

First of all, this first episode (which i hope there will be more of) of Grand Kokoro has the perfect length. The story is paced really well and the 5 hours passed very quick. This game doesn't have many choices and none of them are affecting the progression - which is great because i really grew tired of these VNs making you brute force all possible paths for tens of hours to finally get the "real" ending.

That being said, i completed this episode in one session because the story was really engaging. Grand Kokro tells a story about friendship, love and trust, along with metal illness and the "bigger plot" going on. It's a mix of great, wholesome and sometimes funny moments, as well as the dark ones which - not only once - managed to make me shed way too many tears.

Some characters are a bit on the stereotype-y side but never to the point where it gets annoying and luckily these traits mostly are getting dropped as the story progresses. Most characters are really well written, the dialouges feel like actual people talking and their motivations are understandable. The protagonist - Elijah Grand - was very relatable to me on a personal level and i was always feeling what he felt (hence the tears).

The VN-framework Seram Studios have used has a lot of flaws - for instance you cannot enable fullscreen, if you resize the window, the texts and controls are buggy. This was only a minor inconvenience for me, because i played it via Steam Link (which basically scales the window's content to the tv's resolution). Otherwise you would have to find a way to scale the VN to fullscreen without affecting the actual window's size - i wouldnt know which software you could achieve that with.

Given the price and the length, there are few reasons to not play\/read Grand Kokoro, if you are remotely into (BL) visual novels
One of the perfectly valid reasons to not read it is that the VN is everything but light-heared and some its themes may trigger you - please read the developer's description if you have known triggers.
I absolutely loved Grand Kokro (Ep. 1) and all that's left for me now is waiting and hoping for the second episode.. So usually, i don't write reviews but considering this is one of the best VNs i've played and it doesn't look like it got that much attention, i really felt the need to.

First of all, this first episode (which i hope there will be more of) of Grand Kokoro has the perfect length. The story is paced really well and the 5 hours passed very quick. This game doesn't have many choices and none of them are affecting the progression - which is great because i really grew tired of these VNs making you brute force all possible paths for tens of hours to finally get the "real" ending.

That being said, i completed this episode in one session because the story was really engaging. Grand Kokro tells a story about friendship, love and trust, along with metal illness and the "bigger plot" going on. It's a mix of great, wholesome and sometimes funny moments, as well as the dark ones which - not only once - managed to make me shed way too many tears.

Some characters are a bit on the stereotype-y side but never to the point where it gets annoying and luckily these traits mostly are getting dropped as the story progresses. Most characters are really well written, the dialouges feel like actual people talking and their motivations are understandable. The protagonist - Elijah Grand - was very relatable to me on a personal level and i was always feeling what he felt (hence the tears).

The VN-framework Seram Studios have used has a lot of flaws - for instance you cannot enable fullscreen, if you resize the window, the texts and controls are buggy. This was only a minor inconvenience for me, because i played it via Steam Link (which basically scales the window's content to the tv's resolution). Otherwise you would have to find a way to scale the VN to fullscreen without affecting the actual window's size - i wouldnt know which software you could achieve that with.

Given the price and the length, there are few reasons to not play\/read Grand Kokoro, if you are remotely into (BL) visual novels
One of the perfectly valid reasons to not read it is that the VN is everything but light-heared and some its themes may trigger you - please read the developer's description if you have known triggers.
I absolutely loved Grand Kokro (Ep. 1) and all that's left for me now is waiting and hoping for the second episode.. So usually, i don't write reviews but considering this is one of the best VNs i've played and it doesn't look like it got that much attention, i really felt the need to.

First of all, this first episode (which i hope there will be more of) of Grand Kokoro has the perfect length. The story is paced really well and the 5 hours passed very quick. This game doesn't have many choices and none of them are affecting the progression - which is great because i really grew tired of these VNs making you brute force all possible paths for tens of hours to finally get the "real" ending.

That being said, i completed this episode in one session because the story was really engaging. Grand Kokro tells a story about friendship, love and trust, along with metal illness and the "bigger plot" going on. It's a mix of great, wholesome and sometimes funny moments, as well as the dark ones which - not only once - managed to make me shed way too many tears.

Some characters are a bit on the stereotype-y side but never to the point where it gets annoying and luckily these traits mostly are getting dropped as the story progresses. Most characters are really well written, the dialouges feel like actual people talking and their motivations are understandable. The protagonist - Elijah Grand - was very relatable to me on a personal level and i was always feeling what he felt (hence the tears).

The VN-framework Seram Studios have used has a lot of flaws - for instance you cannot enable fullscreen, if you resize the window, the texts and controls are buggy. This was only a minor inconvenience for me, because i played it via Steam Link (which basically scales the window's content to the tv's resolution). Otherwise you would have to find a way to scale the VN to fullscreen without affecting the actual window's size - i wouldnt know which software you could achieve that with.

Given the price and the length, there are few reasons to not play\/read Grand Kokoro, if you are remotely into (BL) visual novels
One of the perfectly valid reasons to not read it is that the VN is everything but light-heared and some its themes may trigger you - please read the developer's description if you have known triggers.
I absolutely loved Grand Kokro (Ep. 1) and all that's left for me now is waiting and hoping for the second episode.



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