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  • Summary: In a fantasy Japan, where womanly love is the norm, and a nurse can heal others with a touch of her hands...

    Meet cheerful Kaori Sawai, fresh out of nursing school, as she joins Yurigahama Hospital. Surviving a near death experience as a child left her with a desire to become a nurse and
    In a fantasy Japan, where womanly love is the norm, and a nurse can heal others with a touch of her hands...

    Meet cheerful Kaori Sawai, fresh out of nursing school, as she joins Yurigahama Hospital. Surviving a near death experience as a child left her with a desire to become a nurse and "healing hands" that let her relieve pain in patients just by touching them.

    Written by real life nurses Sakura Sakura and Madoka Madoka, Nurse Love Syndrome shares the same world as Nurse Love Addiction. Focusing on young adults fresh out of school, guide Kaori in her story of growth, love, and medicine.
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  1. Sep 28, 2020
    90
    One of the best visual novels on the Nintendo Switch. The issues discussed are minimal in impact on enjoyment of Kaori's personal and professional development, which is a story that requires repeated visits to discover the other romance route and simply to enjoy the story once more.
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  1. Jun 25, 2021
    1
    I attempted to play this game on Switch, but there is a game-breaking bug that I can't get over- text overflow. Some of the character'sI attempted to play this game on Switch, but there is a game-breaking bug that I can't get over- text overflow. Some of the character's statements are so long that they exceed the size of the text box. So, you have to scroll down, right? Nope. There is one button that proceeds to the next statement, and that's it. To see the rest of the text that didn't fit in the box, you have to open the transcript backlog and find it in there. It's jarring to try to read a visual novel and have the next sentence not make sense because you missed something important in dialogue that didn't appear. It happens so much in the first few minutes of gameplay that I had to give it up until there is a patch.

    This is mentioned in other reviews and appears to only be an issue in the Switch version.
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