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Anna: Exciting Affection is a weird ass visual novel that’s jarring as hell to actually play. The main character is Anna, a 20-something girl fresh out of school who’s looking to start a career and move in with her boyfriend. At first she moves in with her sister, who supposedly hates the boyfriend. So Anna and her guy work at their own jobs to save up enough money to buy an apartment together. Playing the game is as lame as it sounds. You get up every day to go to work, starting at a coffee shop and hopefully moving up to other exciting things like an office job. Or doing shady tasks for the sister’s boyfriend. Take your pick. There are a few annoying issues that make this game weird. You might think that this is a great-looking game. The 3D art is incredible. Anna is hot. Her sister is hot. Her friends are hot. Awesome start, right? If anything, I’d say that’s just false advertising. When you get down to it, this is a top-down, 2D pixel art game with 3D cutscenes and sex animations. Like, I know this is a free game and all, but switching back and forth between the 2D exploration and 3D cutscenes is feels pretty fucking cheap. I was super into the game at the start, playing this hot chick and wanting to see what happened with her story. Then the game hit me with the downgrade to 2D pixel art. Broke my immersion like you wouldn’t believe. Another problem is the shitty writing. There are tons of spelling and grammar errors everywhere. I’m not exaggerating at all. You can’t go a single scene without some kind of weird mistake going on. Dumb turns of phrases that don’t make sense. Simple sentences like “I’m looking forward to seeing you again” get turned into who knows what. It’s obvious the writer isn’t a native English speaker, which is fine. But some of this crap reads like they just threw the script into Google translate and hoped for the best. Even the game’s title makes no sense the more you look at it. After a while I had to start laughing at everything. Holy hell is it bad. Anna: Exciting Affection is this strange mish-mash of good 3D art, bland exploration, snooze fest storylines, and awful writing. Good luck keeping a boner going with all this ridiculous shit everywhere. This can easily turn into a game that you love to hate. There are some good things going for Anna: Exciting Affection other than the 3D cutscenes. But I can tell you now, it’s probably not going to be enough to keep you playing. If you want to know more about the good and the bad, then read on. I wouldn’t recommend this game for shit, but hey, you might want to see what it’s all about for yourself. That’s why you’re here, right?
Play as the Good Girl
Anna’s a sweet girl. Straight out of school with a loving boyfriend, she has her whole life ahead of her. Believe it or not, it was pretty easy for me to care about Anna right away. I hadn’t seen enough of the game’s shitty writing yet to throw me off. I mean, look at her. She’s gorgeous, she’s optimistic, and she’s looking forward to moving in with her boyfriend. It’s so innocent that I almost hate it, but I like it instead. She starts off working at a coffee shop with a total sleazebag for a boss. Well, he’s not too bad at first. Peeking on Anna while she’s changing into her skimpy barista uniform seems pretty tame. But then it’s one thing after another with him. He hired Anna because she’s hot and will probably attract tons of new customers. The skirt easily rides up her ass all the time, and customers definitely love seeing her panties while she works. But her boss fucking sucks and can’t run a business for shit. He can’t pay Anna the money she’s looking for. She starts to realize something might be wrong once the tax man pays him a visit. He doesn’t have anything ready for the guy, so he tells Anna to go flirt with the tax man to buy some time. The tax guy will grab Anna’s ass and tell her how beautiful she is. You have the option to say nothing, or to yell at him for what he did. Whatever the outcome, Anna starts thinking more about finding a better-paying job to save up more money to move in with her boyfriend. She can apply for an office job that her friend recommends, or get paid under the table by her sister’s boyfriend doing some not-so-legal stuff for him.
Living a Normal Life
Anna: Exciting Affection is all about living it up as a young adult. But not really. Like I said, you get up every day and go to work. Get gawked at by sleazy customers and the boss. Go home and walk in on your sister getting banged by her boyfriend. Then Anna misses her boyfriend, gets horny until they meet up again, and then he fucks her. They talk about their same old, same old life at work while saving up that money to move in with each other.
Now, I don’t know about you, but this is pretty fucking boring to me. I don’t want to play a game about what everyone does in real life. It doesn’t help that the writing is just bad. Terrible. The sex narration reads like some crappy, starry-eyed erotica written by someone who’s never had sex before. The barebones sex animations were rough. It killed whatever the “superior” 3D art had going for it.
What I Like
So I actually liked playing as a chick for once instead of the usual faceless dude in these types of games. It was a nice change of pace, you know? Anna is a decent character stuck in a bad game. I did my best to keep playing for her, but it was a real struggle. Even though her life is boring as fuck, Anna’s pretty easy to root for. I just wanted her to find a good job and move in with her basic ass boyfriend already.
Even though the shine wears off after a while, the 3D art style in this game is hot. The girls are all great to look at, especially Anna herself. Made it easy to keep playing to see more of what the visuals had to offer.
What I Hate
Oh man, where to start? I’d say the worst offender in Anna: Exciting Affection is the damned 2D pixel art environments. There’s no fucking point in having these to explore the city. Every time a cutscene ends, you’re forced to walk a few steps (or a bunch of steps) to your next destination. Every. Single. Time. You can’t just kick back and let the game tell its story. No, it forces you to interact with it when there’s usually no point. Sure, there are quests or whatever that you get to choose from. But my point is, the game could have just kept these in automatically, or having some kind of interface for you to choose them. Switching back and forth between these awesome-looking cutscenes to some low-budget trash is the worst. At the coffee shop working? Get ready to switch between some customer staring at Anna’s giant ass to seeing her as some little pixel art character. Then you have to walk three steps to go make the customer’s coffee. Watch a nice-looking cutscene about it. Walk again back to the customer to give them their coffee. Sit through another cutscene about it. This shit never ends. Good luck exploring the city to find those quests, too. Yeah, the environments are small enough to navigate. But the game expects you to find your way around. “Go north of your house to the next district, then go north east” to find the next quest is the most guidance you tend to get. And then there’s the writing. The bad writing. The terrible, awful writing. They needed to hire an actual translator if this game wasn’t in English before. Or a native English speaker to write the script in the first place. There’s just nothing good about this unless you want to laugh at how bad it is.
- Hot 3D art style
- Likeable main character
- Fun dialog options
- Pointless exploration
- Constant switching between 3D cutscenes and 2D pixel art
- Shitty writing
- Lame sex animations
- Boring story