The music is done in a fashion typical to that of high school dating sims; sweet, romantic and sometimes incredibly catchy.
As typical as it is, it doesnt deny the fact that the music is also exceptionally well done; every girl has her own theme tune thats blended in at appropriate enough moments so they dont wear thin.
From the adult, eroge dating sims to the more innocent high-school love type games, dating sims have been quite the staple of Japanese gaming due to its extremely dedicated audience and diversity.
In many ways, this is somewhat true real, hardcore otaku have been known to go to great extremes in their dedication to their girlfriends, doing things such as actually celebrating their birthdays and doing other things that Im hesitant to type here in this review, and have become more and more the reclusive hikikomori stereotype.
Backgrounds are still mostly just a still picture, as is the norm for most dating sims, and the little random super-deformed avatars of the girls that pop up never cease to be amusing.