released on May 10, 2017

A hospitalized Boy comes to terms with his own story by traveling with his Mom to a beautiful fantasy world; ultimately helping his fellow patients find closure by walking a mile in their shoes.

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we gotta cure cancer bros

Cuando creía que no podía un juego hacerme emocionarme como nunca después de haber jugado To the Moon, apareció este y se convirtió en mi juego favorito de lejos

This isn't even a walking simulator, this is a spacebar pressing simulator to move the dialogue along as your character is locked in 6 hours worth of in-game cutscenes.

Si os gustan los juegos con moraleja y mensaje buen rollista, Rakuen es vuestro juego. La creadora ha sabido plasmar de forma muy humana, pero con muchísima delicadeza, la estancia en el hospital por una enfermedad. Transformándola en un cuento que se disfruta de principio a fin.
Para leer más, aquí os dejo mi reseña http://www.orgullogamers.com/2019/06/rakuen.html

Rakuen is one of those games that gets nearly everything right--the story, the music, and the visuals are all (for the most part) good--but that fumbles the gameplay aspect so hard it almost ruins the entire experience. Imagine To The Moon but every other half hour you have to spend completing a bunch of Animal Crossing-esque delivery boy/fetch quests back to back and also you don't have any way to walk faster than a leisurely stroll.
It's just frustrating, because this could have been so much better without the almost comically boring gameplay stapled onto it. You could for the most part just put all the major story sections one after another and the game would be better for it, but alas, that's not the game we have.

This game made me feel evil for finding it rather cloying :(