NEKOPARA Vol. 2 once again demonstrates why this series has such a loyal and fanatical following. The artwork by Sayori is as beautiful as always and the animations for the characters continue to impress. The story is still quite lighthearted, but focusses on slightly more serious issues compared to Vol. 1. The Steam version is once again censored, but comes with a lower price point, while the uncensored version cost a bit more, but features plenty of animated H-scenes.
Gameplay: It is a kinetic novel, so there are no branching routes or choices to be made.
Graphics: Stunning artwork and great animations.
Sound: The voice acting is very good and so is the music although most of the tracks will be familiar