I enjoy visual novels a great deal but I was super wary about this as soon as I saw it; even just looking at the cover artwork gave a strong impression that it was a throwaway game with cardboard trope characters and generic non-eroge fanservice designed to rope in desperate otaku for a quick buck. I'm actually sad that it sounds like I was right.
@wolfgame Kara no Shoujo is probably my favorite VN but I'd also add the disclaimer that anyone playing it should be prepared for some pretty extreme violence and dark themes. It's definitely not for everyone.
@tamriilin: Do you have a source for this? I felt something like this was going on the entire time I played and would love to see it confirmed as true. My guess had been that the AI's hand was fluid, filled with blank cards that could turn into any card in their deck as the situation demanded, though this would also make sense.
@fluxwavez: Is that Zidane the FF9 character, or Zidane the soccer player? After seeing Thierry Henry, I'm not sure of anything anymore.
Was this the ultra low quality one that was made up of just 2 still frame photos of him and had only a single headbutt attack with a slightly powered up version as a super? If so, man, I am so sad I missed that. I have very fond memories of watching that thing's "AI" try and fail miserably to beat even the weakest characters in my game (and managing to beat even a few real characters when playing as him myself). Hopefully he shows up again.
I would probably say Strike Witches, though it was a long time ago when I was first getting into anime that I tried watching it. I've watched a ton since then and I doubt I would even bat an eye at that show's content today, especially since I've managed to sit through this season's Vividred Operation which is basically the exact same show.
Guess I'll go with Dakara Boku wa H ga Dekinai. Silly fanservice with a nonsense plot that manages to take itself way too seriously.