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    Sweet Fuse: At Your Side

    Game » consists of 5 releases. Released Jun 14, 2012

    An otome visual novel starring Saki Inafune who defends her uncle's new theme park from the dastardly Count Hogstein. Developed with the help of Keiji Inafune, it features a fictionalized version of him and his niece.

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    Sweet Fuse: At Your Side last edited by Kwama57 on 04/07/19 06:59PM View full history

    Overview

    Sweet Fuse: At Your Side is an otome game developed by Idea Factory and Comcept for the PSP. It was released in North America by Aksys Games. The protagonist is Saki Inafune, the niece of legendary game designer Keiji Inafune.

    Story

    Saki Inafune
    Saki Inafune

    Saki Inafune is excited when she receives an invitation to the opening ceremony for her uncle's theme park. As she is getting ready for a fun day at the park, the evil Count Hogstein shows up. Hogstein blows up the ferris wheel and takes the park management hostage. He announces the beginning of a deadly series of games. Desperate to save her uncle, Saki volunteers to participate in the deadly competitions. Saki must team up with other participants who are all available bachelors and try to save her uncle from the clutches of Hogstein.

    Gameplay

    • Features a branching story with many story paths and 14 endings
    • Solve dangerous puzzles that will determine Saki and her friends fates
    • Choose how to deal with conversations either keeping your cool or blowing your fuse when dealing with characters
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