The MC couldn’t be happier after choosing her high school crush Yamato as her fiancé for the Program; the two are happily in love, and things are turning sweeter every day at home. However, things start to turn for the worse at work when Yamato’s sector loses an important client. Although he tells her not to worry about it, the MC can’t help but show concern when he works himself from dawn to dusk to fix his mistake and acts strangely, leading the MC to fear that his feelings for her might have changed.
Aside from being even sweeter at home, Yamato hasn’t change much from his main story. He’s an “alpha male” who’s used to doing things on his own, and this route focuses a lot on his inability to rely on others and the possible misunderstandings that could arise from it. Yamato faces a few situations in this route where he has to choose between the MC and his work, and I think Voltage did a good job in portraying this realistically; he doesn’t drop everything to run to the MC all the time, which would have been incredibly irresponsible due to his position in the company.
The MC is amazingly selfless in this route. She tries her best to trust in Yamato, and doesn’t want to cause him any trouble or stress due to his situation at work. However, this causes her to leave unanswered questions between them when quite honestly they should’ve been asked and answered. I think both she and Yamato could’ve been more selfish; both of them don’t want to make the other worry, and because of this they both hid stuff from each other. However, by the end of the route they learn that communicating to each other is important; getting married means changing from a “me” to “us” mindset and learning to share both joys and sorrows.
Quiet honestly, this route didn’t do a lot for me. I couldn’t help but think that it fell short compared to Yamato’s MFW sequel and Asahi’s sequel (which I had read right before this route). I guess Asahi’s sequel raised my expectations for the sequels in MWA7R, and Yamato’s didn’t meet them. Like Asahi’s sequel, the conflicts in this story were a bit cliché, but didn’t like how they were delivered. However, I do think that they were chosen with Yamato’s stubbornness in mind; Hayami even says so in the end XD Overall, the story and both the character and relationship development seemed subpar to me.
This route will probably be a hit or miss. If you weren’t sure if you liked Yamato or not after his main story, then I can’t really recommend this route. Personally, this route was a miss for me and I’m hoping that his next route will be better. If you do choose to go ahead and get this route, I hope you enjoy it more than I did! Happy playing!