Shiei no Sona-Nyl -What a Beautiful Memories-
Developer: Liar-soft
Release Date: 4 Oct 2010
Status: Not Translated
Alias: 紫影のソナーニル -What a beautiful memories-

Shiei no Sona-Nyl -What a Beautiful Memories-

8.84

In 1907, the advent of steam power and excessive use of it caused the air around New York to turn dark. There was an unexplained disaster called the “great disappearance” 5 years ago and the government blocked off the city. Now, there’s only one girl who walks in the ruins of the city: Elysia. Meanwhile, down below the ruins, Lily looks at the ‘sky’ which is stained purple. She doesn’t have any memories, but she knows that she has a mission to reach the edge of the purple sky, Manhattan. A mysterious boy A accompanies her and along the way, they learn more about the truth from others and are attacked by monsters on their journey. What is her true purpose? What actually happened 5 years ago to New York?
Aokana
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Full Review located at mimidoshima

Posted on 15:07 on 15/01/2014

A VERY PERSONAL “REVIEW” OF SHIEI NO SONA-NYL ~WHAT A BEAUTIFUL MEMORIES~

I fucking love trains and bedtime stories.

Well, I'm not one of those train otakus who would orgasm if they climb onto a seasonal train or see a store that sells only train shit — no, I just like journeys that take place on the train. Frankly, I despise airplane trips because the seats are cramped and you don't see shit except clouds and more clouds on a sickeningly blue backdrop. Trains take a while to reach the destination, so you can take a good look at the scenery or let the sunlight bathe you while you read your book.

But I also like bedtime stories. Picture the happy stereotypical family scene where the parent reads bedtime stories to their drowsy children. Aren’t they nice? The stories parents tell are often simple and heartwarming. I don’t remember much of my childhood, but there are glimpses of my grandparents and caretakers reading me Little Red Riding Hood in their peculiar ways.

From these memorable experiences, I guess it’s obvious I enjoy simple stories focused on journeys. Trains ar...


Aokana
  • 7

Full Review located at mimidoshima

Posted on 15:07 on 15/01/2014

A VERY PERSONAL “REVIEW” OF SHIEI NO SONA-NYL ~WHAT A BEAUTIFUL MEMORIES~

I fucking love trains and bedtime stories.

Well, I'm not one of those train otakus who would orgasm if they climb onto a seasonal train or see a store that sells only train shit — no, I just like journeys that take place on the train. Frankly, I despise airplane trips because the seats are cramped and you don't see shit except clouds and more clouds on a sickeningly blue backdrop. Trains take a while to reach the destination, so you can take a good look at the scenery or let the sunlight bathe you while you read your book.

But I also like bedtime stories. Picture the happy stereotypical family scene where the parent reads bedtime stories to their drowsy children. Aren’t they nice? The stories parents tell are often simple and heartwarming. I don’t remember much of my childhood, but there are glimpses of my grandparents and caretakers reading me Little Red Riding Hood in their peculiar ways.

From these memorable experiences, I guess it’s obvious I enjoy simple stories focused on journeys. Trains ar...


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