I know I said that Keiichiro’s route would be the last one I played in Bad Boys Do It Better, but then that last Voltage Sale happened and I wound up buying Yu’s main story. I still refuse to buy Akira’s route, I just can’t bring myself to spend money on it, even during a sale, but I couldn’t have been more pleased with Yu’s main story!
It didn’t take long for me to fall for Yu, he’s like a sweet puppy, you just want to hold him close and pat his head. Too bad he isn’t interested in romance… Is there room in this basketball idiot’s heart for both you and basketball or will your first love end in heartbreak?
Bad Boys Do It Better‘s Keiichiro Minase is a man of few words. But somehow he still manages to exude a softness uncommon in someone so rough looking. Just like the other love interests, Kei is a bit of a fighter. But that doesn’t mean that he’s a bad guy. Behind his manly appearance is an adorably sweet guy. He uses his strength to protect those weaker than himself and he’s always quick to help a friend in need. Gentle giant, Kei more than met my expectations in this route and I’m sure that this silent delinquent will sweep you off of your feet.
The MC thinks Ryoji is a nice guy after he saves her from the rowdy group of guys during the events of the prologue. But when she meets him in the dorms, his personality does a complete 180. Ryoji has a reputation for being the resident tough guy of the school. He relies on his fists to get him out of most situations. But, underneath his rough exterior is a surprisingly gentle guy. Ryoji’s route in Bad Boys Do It Better is definitely cute high school fluff.
Rei Todo, is wonderfulperfectadorably cute the cool aloof guy from Bad Boys Do It Better. His cool demeanor and sharp tongue keep others at a distance. Not that anyone could even get the chance in the first place, as he spends most of the school year skipping class up on the roof. Rei does have his own past hardships that keep him from fully opening up to the MC. But, when he does, he becomes a playful, yet straightforward guy.
So, I couldn’t have been more surprised by how much I loved this route! The prologue for this game did a piss poor job of conveying how great of a game this was, and I want to amend my harsh criticism of it!
So, Voltage must love high school romances, because they keep cranking these bad boys out like there aren’t any other otoge premises to choose from. Do I sound bitter, well you bet I’m bitter. I am so tired of high school romances, I thought we were getting somewhere with After School Affairs. At least in that game you play as a high school teacher, but, no, Voltage Inc is taking us back to school with their newest title, Bad Boys Do It Better!