^^If you mean the game, then yes, it mostly operates in an MC based way. Though from characters in this picture only the one in the back showed romantic interest in the MC, and is a yandere serial killer.
As a result of this, the game rarely solidifies any couples between the characters, be it straight our gay, with few notable exceptions. That said, there's a couple characters that are either gay or all but stated to be. On the girls side, from what I can remember, there's Anne and Grea, Bridgette and Cordelia, Silva and Tweyen, Vira, Halluel, and Freesia. Probably Apollonia, Farrah, and Ares, would count too.
No joke. From complete lack of background to perspective fails with that pentagram floor.
Still, that's not as bad as Zun's tradition of wasting your time with the content between first and final chapters in an arc, like if this was Shonen filler or something.
Really love how ZUN made Reimu's intuition super good up to IN, but then that got in the way of the stories so he scrapped it away... along with the entirety of Gensokyo, currently in it's third or fourth reimagining.
I'm guessing the one showing her true colors is actially the MC.
Anyway, with a title like that, I'm already having issues viewing it on a positive light, as I can't help but compare it to The Real Her.
My prediction: Hino will make Koguma wear the risque dress as "punishment", definitely with no ulterior motives whatsoever. Komuga will be embarrased until Hino teasinly encourages her, triggering Koguma doing an uncounscious sexy pose while saying "Really? Do I look cute?" Hino will immediately proceed to go ljghkhffhb and call the thing off before the redness of her cheeks reaches radioactive levels.
The fact she's being tricked is not what concerns me the most, but rather that her job consists on dealing with people who're likely very irritated after waiting for 2 hours under the scorching heat. And God have mercy if the console sell out while there's still a line.
It could end well, but requires people around her being supportive enough.
So Hayate was hearing X, and concludes she'd been dancing in the enemy's hand... except that X pretty much states Hayate fucked up her initial plans to the point they had to start over with one people less...
This is seems rather good. The Mari seems to be able to either heal or control time, while Alice might be able to steal or copy other's powers? Would make sense considering she keeps saying she wants this or that ability. It's an interesting setting, I think I'll follow it to see what...
Don'd fall in love or you lose your powers.
... as I was saying, it WAS an interesting setting before the ending resorted to cheap drama garbage.