Born and raised in Montana. Moved to Portland, OR at 18 and still resides there at 22. Currently a student at Portland State University studying film and writing. Got into PC games after frequenting a LAN center in the Portland Area, playing way too much League of Legends, but has recently quit and plays games provided in Humble Bundles on Steam. Enjoys RPGs the most, especially with a good story, but can enjoy just about any game for their efforts.
Overall, I enjoyed Cherry Tree High Girls' Fight. Characters, even though they are all girls, are not over sexualized and are modestly dressed for anime/manga standards. The combat can be fun and frustrating, but it doesn’t seem to fit the style and imagination of the rest of the game. Recommended to those who enjoy visual novel/stories and fighter training.
With a game that has pre-made characters with little to no progression in themselves or story, how could you call it your game? But the game where you grow and develop your character, making choices and actions that shape the game differently than others to make it unique. That is your world. That is your game. And such fusion with a game is the best experience a gamer can ask.