Now, that truce is shattered, and Count Bram has captured a young villager. You are chosen to enter the dark woods and confront the creatures.
Your enjoyment of the common route is going to be determined by how much you like the characters and how amusing you find the humor. Fortunately, I related to Kotarou and found his crazy antics and insane stream of consciousness in the common route to be hilarious.
The only part I can fault the common route for is that the beginning is somewhat dry. The common route is also filled with a great deal of foreshadowing and supernatural occurrences.
The foreshadowing is sometimes subtle and other times obvious. There are many times that an experienced reader can pick up on the hints the writers of Rewrite are leaving, but there were other times that I was dumbfounded or taken aback by plot revelations.
I can think of certain instances where I guessed what might happen correctly but was still surprised by the twist. The supernatural occurrences might start to feel convoluted, and the reader might start to wonder how everything is connected. Personally, I was satisfied with the answers given, and all plot points did stem for the same place.
These rare delves into the supernatural might frustrate some impatient readers who wish that the story would move to the bigger picture it keeps teasing at. However, my advice would be to enjoy the common route for what it is because the heroine routes are filled with all you want and more.
The common route does take on a much more serious tone towards the end, but it still does not compare to the heroine routes.
Four out of five of the routes branch at the same point.
On that note, I was impressed by the amount of new scenes added for each heroine if Kotarou is heading towards her route. Only one heroine added almost nothing new to the common route, but it was forgivable since she had, in my opinion, one of the best routes.
All the additional scenes provide even more foreshadowing and set up the reader for what is to come. I should comment on the interactivity of Rewrite as well. During the Mappie segments, you can explore the town and various other places.
These segments are filled with nonsensical jokes that will leave the reader laughing hysterically or shaking his or her head. Overall, I enjoyed the small amount of interactivity. Rewrite also has a number of decisions to be made, but the outcome of all is quite obvious.
A bad end can be reached in the common route, but I have hard time thinking that many people will reach it unintentionally. I have to disagree with this.Home → walkthroughs → PoptropiCon Island Cheats & Walkthrough Guide. PoptropiCon Island Cheats & Walkthrough Guide.
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Fandisc for Rewrite consisting of six heroine scenarios and an RPG minigame entitled Rewrite Quest. content sexual content technical hide spoilers show minor spoilers spoil me! summary all. Poptropica, a virtual world for kids to travel, play games, compete in head-to-head competition, and communicate safely.
Kids can also read books, comics, and see movie clips while they play.