The Fantasy Tavern Sextet is a trilogy of visual novels available on Nintendo Switch and PC. The first volume is called "New World Days," the second one is "Adventurer's Days" and the last one, which is finally available on PC but actually debuted on the Switch on March, is called "Postlude Days." As you can imagine, it's a set of ecchi/romance visual novels—SEXtet. Get it?—with six lovely girls to cherish. Would you be interested in a cold beer, too?
Are You Thirsty? Come to This Tavern!
Comedy, fantasy, ecchi content... that's the recipe for a perfect isekai adventure. By now, we all know that, right?. That being said, the Switch version of Fantasy Tavern Sextet is a softcore eroge, so don't come to this respectable saloon expecting naked women and other obscenities. There will be plenty of sweet romance scenes, though! If you can't play this without all the sweet, juicy stuff, then go for the PC version, which allows you to install a +18 patch.
If you're an avid visual novel player—or just an average person who likes a good story, really—you might also feel disappointed about the plot. It's just an excuse for the game to show these ladies in romantic situations, but it's not that bad compared to other eroge you could find. Something we like about Fantasy Tavern Sextet is that the game actually dedicates time to worldbuilding and the people, even the male protagonist, are deeper than your regular isekai character. Yes, this is still a game for horny players with a sense of humor, but at least we get more than just boobs and cute faces.
A Charming Isekai Visual Novel With 6 Sexy Girls for You to Choose!
Speaking about boobs and cute faces, let us introduce the six main protagonists you can romance in the Oldworld Kingdom. The first girl we meet is Lupine, our busty blue-eyed heroine and the owner of The Stray Sheep, the tavern that serves as the main setting for this story. Once we get to The Stray Sheep, two other girls join the conversation: Veronica, a lewd drunkard mage with huge breasts, and Dahlia, a flat-chested tsundere knight with short, grey hair. For those who like nekomimi, there's Daisy, a young catgirl working as a waitress at the tavern that's too defensive for her own good after being bullied for being a furry when she was a kid. The fifth girl we meet is Plumeria, a shy monk with large green eyes and even larger boobs hiding underneath her uniform. Last but not least, there's Anzu, a blonde maid who comes from Japan and is a former coworker of the male protagonist.
Although all females are introduced in the first volume, not all of them get the same amount of screen time. Basically, the first chapter is about Lupine and Daisy fighting over you; in the second one, you go on an adventure with Dhalia and Veronica, while the last part is all about the other girls at The Stray Sheep being jealous now Anzu somehow traveled to the Oldworld Kingdom too.
Why on Earth Would You Want to Come Back Home??
The other girls are not fond of Anzu, but it's up to you to decide who is the right girl for you. All of them have their ups and downs, and though the story feels a little too rushed, it's nice to get to spend some quality time with all of them. Each chapter is around 5 hours long, and we recommend playing them one after the other so you can easily keep up with the story and its cliffhangers.
At some point, Plumeria asks the million-dollar question: would you like to stay in this new world with her and the rest of the girls at The Stray Sheep, or would you like to go back home and take back your old life working in a maid cafe in Akihabara? Sadly, just like it happens with almost every decision point in this visual novel, your choices won't matter and the story will still unfold as planned anyways.
If you're looking for an easy read with adorable girls and all the isekai ecchi tropes you can imagine, go for Fantasy Tavern Sextet! It's nothing out of the ordinary, but at least it will offer you over a dozen hours full of comedy and romance.
As we mentioned before, all 3 volumes of Fantasy Tavern Sextet are currently available. You can find them on Nintendo's eShop and Steam.