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My Little Kitties
Developed by: COSEN
Published by: Sekai Project
Release Date: June 21, 2016
Available on: Windows
Genre: Visual Novel
Number of Players: Single-Player
ESRB Rating: Not rated
Price: $9.99

Thank you Sekai Project for sending us this game to review!

Haru is a teenage boy who seems to attract animals.  In his garden a mother cat passed away and Haru started to care for her kitten, Nuri.  Bakenekos are cats that can shape shift into human form by using spiritual energy.  Nuri happens to be a Bakeneko along with another slightly older kitten name Sora who also starts to live with Haru.  Yura, who manages the existence of souls, takes a liking to Haru as well and spends a lot of time at his house.  To complicate matters, she longs to have descendants with him.  *spoiler* In fact, if she’s given the opportunity you’ll get a bad ending for the game. /*spoiler*

Each character in this visual novel has a different personality.  Haru is a gentle natured father figure who cares for his kitten like children.  Yura doesn’t hide her feelings toward Haru, but he’s not ready for kids of his own quite yet.  Nuri is very agile and has a ferocious appetite, she’s sweet, but not very bright.  Sora is a sophisticated vegetarian who likes to cuddle with Haru, but doesn’t want him to know that.  Though Sora usually tolerates Nuri, she knows that she’s smarter and often calls her a “dingcat.”

My Little Kitties
Highlights:

Strong Points: Heartwarming story with a good moral lesson
Weak Points: Only a few hours long; not as funny as I hoped it would be 
Moral Warnings: Some minor language (hell & d*mn) and sexual dialogue

As far as I can tell there are at least two endings and several choices to make throughout this four hour game.  You’ll have the option to allow Nuri to have seconds or thirds of some meals and the option to scold or ignore certain behaviors.  Much of the story revolves around something the girls are hiding from Haru and he has to decide on how to pursue and handle this situation while considering everyone’s feelings.  Without giving away the ending, I do like the good moral lesson that this game taught.

Though most of this game is child safe, not all of it is.  There are a few sexual references and some mild language (hell and d*mn).    Haru does bathe with the kitten girls, though nothing is shown or mentioned in those sequences.  God is briefly mentioned in statement about an illness that He can’t even cure.

My Little Kitties
Score Breakdown:
Higher is better
(10/10 is perfect)

Game Score - 72%
Gameplay - 13/20
Graphics - 7/10
Sound - 8/10
Stability - 4/5
Controls - 4/5

Morality Score - 88%
Violence - 10/10
Language - 7/10
Sexual Content - 7/10
Occult/Supernatural - 7/10
Cultural/Moral/Ethical - 13/10
+3 for a good moral lesson

While I had no stability issues running the game, I did see one typo (presse) in the dialogue.  While this game does run at full screen, there is no option to adjust the resolution and there is some blurring as a result.

The artwork is cute and the characters are likeable and show a wide variety of emotions.  Throughout the game you’ll unlock various accomplishments that could have worked well as Steam achievements, but this game doesn’t have any to speak of.

The sound effects and background music are decent.  Despite me not being able to understand the Japanese voice acting, I can tell it’s well done and brings life to the silly kitten girls in this story.    

Overall, My Little Kittens is a cute story that’s not as funny as I hoped it would be.  It made me chuckle once or twice, but it’s definitely not one of my favorite visual novels I’ve read.  I did enjoy the airplane mini-game though.  While the asking price of $9.99 is a bit steep for this few hour game, it may be worth picking up on sale if the moral issues don’t bother you.

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Christ Centered Gamer looks at video games from two view points. We analyze games on a secular level which will break down a game based on its graphics, sound, stability and overall gaming experience. If you’re concerned about the family friendliness of a game, we have a separate moral score which looks at violence, language, sexual content, occult references and other ethical issues.

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