Haven

released on Dec 03, 2020

Play as two lovers who escaped to a lost planet. The only thing that matters is to stay together. A RPG to play solo or with a special someone.


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Pretty great romance and voice acting alongside a serviceable story but the combat was very mediocre and there were a few too many extremely samey islets to explore.

I also would've liked to see at least one or two arguments/conflicts between Yu and Kay early on, they really backloaded any tension in their relationship. Their lovey dovey dynamic at the start was almost too perfect lol

Oh yeah and the bad ending achievement felt awful to get last ;_; But one can certainly argue even Yu and Kay would get sick of each other and bored out of their minds after a few years completely on their own. There's such a thing as knowing someone too well imo


A rare example of a videogame romance done well, its very cute. Let down a bit by slightly poor turn based combat that feels kind of out of place


Whoever made the decision to update this game to let you be gay— you are doing the lord's work.

Haven is so CUTE and so SOFT and so WHOLESOME and I love floating around on my hover-skates gathering ingredients to cook dinner with my cute boyfriend and then cuddling on the couch being GAY AS HELL. Ugh. It's so cute.

Also, appledews look 100% tastier than real apples. I want to eat all the food in this game.


The VN portions make the game, the rest is not bad, just kinda there. Unfortunately the story which is mostly pretty good has a rushed ending that harshes the vibe a bit. You can, however, pet the salamander. (And be gay. Cute character art.)


I really shouldn't like this as much as I do. The combat sucks, the environments are very same-y, and the resource management aspect is pretty half-baked. But dammit I absolutely adored the relationship between the two main characters. It's extremely rare that relationships in video games feel like anything more than fan-service or non-essential window dressing, but the dynamic between Yu and Kay is just so sweet and genuine and the entire experience is centered around it. The best parts of the game were just them hanging out and doing normal stuff, and I've never seen a game truly commit to showing that aspect of relationships. It's not the greatest game ever, but there are so many moments that I found myself with the dumbest smile on my face, and that's all I can really ask for from a game like this.


o jogo é mt bom mas tem muito hétero