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Grisaia Phantom Trigger Vol.7

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"Grisaia: Phantom Trigger" is a visual novel. More specifically, it is a kinetic novel, without any branching routes. Returning character artist Akio Watanabe and writer Ryuta Fujisaki bring you the latest installment in the acclaimed Grisaia series, "Grisaia: Phantom Trigger".
With the story entering its final, climactic chapters, volume 7 has over twice the amount of content compared to previous volumes!


As daily life goes on unchanged, the girls continue to sharpen their fangs in silence.
Even Haruto seems to be preparing for an inevitable showdown, as he takes up his sword again.
Echoing voices call out to them from far away.

All units of SORD and CIRS are summoned for a mission of unprecedented scale. Their enemy: the religious organization "The Fatal Answer", or "TFA", where Enishi and Kuroe eagerly await a climactic confrontation.

Meanwhile, Arisaka Shiori finds herself in two minds. As a teacher and staff member, and as a human being, should she allow her students to jump headfirst into this battle, or should she forbid it? Their fate lies entirely in her hands...

"Do you not have anything you'd want to protect no matter what, even if you had to kill for it?"
"This small notebook will probably end up serving as a memento of my life."
"Keep in mind that this lesson will save lives one day!"
"If there was a child fighting for the enemy, would you shoot them?"
"I hope you won't regret this..."
"It can't be any worse than to regret doing nothing."

What sort of scenes will Arisaka be met with on the battlefield, where sparks of conflict are flying left, right and center?

"I've already gone through hell and back several times, so I figured that nothingĀ could be worse... But now I realize that the levels of 'hell' I've been dragged through weren'tĀ even all that hellish."
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

I knew this game wouldn't disappoint.
So far all 7 previous games were each centered around an specific character's past and present. Not this one.
Vol.7 is about them as a unit and the beginning of what I believe will be a great battle.
Damn, can't wait for Grisaia Phantom Trigger Vol.8. It will surely be E-P-I-C!
Hopefully it won't be the last. Even after the upcoming event, I believe there's room for great stories yet to be told.
This volume is much longer than the others. Hence the slight increase in price.
Bought on release day. Do not regret at all. Worth the price.

Review from Steam

To start off the review, I'll address the elephant in the room. Yes it's more expensive than the previous volumes, but yes it also has "more content" If an auto play run is considered the standard, the previous volumes were about 4-5 hours long. This volume is about 11 hours long.
My time played is the about the amount of time it takes for a complete auto-play through. While I agree that it's not the strongest volume out of the series. It's not a bad beginning arc to end the Phantom Trigger series. The preview allegedly stated that Vol. 8 will be the final volume for Phantom Trigger (I highly doubt it, keep milking Grisaia Frontwing).
While I normally discourage people from picking stories with cliffhangers, Vol. 7 doesn't leave you on a big one. The entire volume is a setup for a climax story in volume 8 by introducing us to new and old returning characters, as well as the conflict at hand. Because of this, the entire volume seems less like a self contained story like previous volumes and more of a slice of life show (in a battlefield) with an overarching plot in the background.
I updated the review to contain some concerns about the price.
Also Frontwing, I'll patiently wait for you to animate the entire series.
P.S. Maki is the best.

Review from Steam

A maxi volume we have here!
Much longer than the others, fully voiced with all the cast from the previous volumes AND a few new characters.
The new Backgrounds are of even greater quality, with some stunning lighting.
I can't wait for the final volume now!

Review from Steam

Solid 7/10. Not the best out of all the Volumes but a good build up for what comes next. As for length its around double the length of Volume 6 and should take around 8-10 hours to finish depending on how fast you read.

Review from Steam

Q: Why you should buy this game?
A: Chris goes "ara ara ara ara~"

Review from Steam

pro= This one is longer than the previous volumes.
cons = Takes longer to get to the meat and potatoes.
Heavy focus on teacher character in a perpetual confusion.

Review from Steam

Another amazing entry to one of the greatest visual novels I've ever had the pleasure of enjoying, eagerly awaiting the next entry.
TL;DR: Gumi best girl, fite me.

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