KUUKIYOMI 2: Consider It More! - New Era Image
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  • Summary: New situations added.A game that determines whether you have the skills to be considerate in this new world.

    You do not have to worry about the people around you as you consider the situation. The new diagnostic game about reading a room, ""Consider It"", has a new subtitle and is now
    New situations added.A game that determines whether you have the skills to be considerate in this new world.

    You do not have to worry about the people around you as you consider the situation.
    The new diagnostic game about reading a room, ""Consider It"",
    has a new subtitle and is now coming to the Nintendo Switch.

    The basic rule of reading the situation and moving the red item on the screen remains the same as the old game, but with all-new situations to consider.
    Join us in this updated world of being considerate, with a more diverse set of situations
    and a much more refined evaluation system.

    Play through 100 situations and improve your consideration level in the ""Consider It"" mode.
    Test your abilities with a friend or family member in the ""Consider It Together"" mode.
    Or see how fast your reaction time is in the ""Quick Consider It"" mode. There are plenty of situations to explore.

    Play by yourself, with a friend, or with everyone.
    You'll be sure to consider it all here.
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  1. 75
    KUUKIYOMI 2: Consider It More! - New Era is an oddity. You are placed in very Japanese situations, and it is up to you to react. There isn't a real incentive for you to try hard as there is no fail state during your journey. That being said, I did smile throughout my time with the game and that counts for something. I can't imagine that many players will stick around long after the campaign concludes, but there are at least a few reasons to return now and again. All in all, this is made for the audience that can eat anything Japanese and those will adore what this thing does.