[Nintendo Switch] Freezer Pops Review
Freezer Pops from eastasiasoft is a Bara visual novel in which your entrepreneurship can end up leading to romance. Check out our Freezer Pops review!
Freezer Pops from eastasiasoft is a Bara visual novel in which your entrepreneurship can end up leading to romance. The story begins with Brazilian game developer Alexandre finding himself in a bit of a predicament. He’s just lost his college scholarship his roommate had to travel due to a nasty divorce between his parents… so he must pay rent for his apartment all by himself! He needs a quick solution to the whole situation, so when someone gives him an interesting tip, he jumps at the opportunity. It seems that if he works on selling gourmet freezer pops down at the beach, he could come up with the money he needs.
If you’re new to the Bara visual novel genre, know that you’ll be playing as a male lead who will find male romanceable suitors as you explore each of the available locations. It’s the polar opposite of a Yuri visual novel, in which you play as a female lead, and you can romance other female characters. You’ll get to make some choices along the way that will take you on different story routes that will lead to one of the endings that the game has to offer. There are also over 100 unique CG scenes in the game, which is a lot!
Since Freezer Pops is a visual novel, there’s going to be a lot of reading in your future. There’s no voice acting in the game, so you’ll have to press the A button as you move from dialogue to dialogue. You also have the option of pressing the B button to have the game autoplay the text as needed. The X button is for skipping text, which will be a good option for when you’re replaying the game to try and take on a different story path. You can also go back to review conversations by pressing the L button or show the backlog with the R button.
Freezer Pops is a Bara visual novel with a solid art style in which you’ll get to meet a group of potential romanceable suitors as you sell gourmet freeze pops to try and come up with the money needed to cover the rent. It’s a game that won’t be for everyone since it is Rated M for Mature. Freezer Pops is out on Nintendo Switch with a $9.99 asking price.
This Freezer Pops review is based on a Nintendo Switch copy provided by eastasiasoft.