Mir is an Unholyc, an unholy being that is half human, half demon. However, she’s not quite mature yet, but will have her coming-of-age ceremony during the Black Sabbath; in seven days. For it, she’ll need a partner. Strangely enough, she has a letter from the great Dorian Gray (lol), who wishes to help her, telling her where to go. She goes there and finds not one, not two, but three partners. However… they’re human.
First, I want to mention that this is the fan disc of AMNESIA, which I reviewed the localised version of here. The FDs for Amnesia aren’t available in English, and I played the original version for PSP, but there is a Vita version which is called Later x Crowd and is the two FDs ported together. There’s also a Switch version of Later x Crowd coming out in October in Japan.
The Heroine lost her memories as Orion (CV: Hiromi Igarashi) bumped into her consciousness. To ensure that her memories return, she needed to be stimulated. She pretended to be fine while working, studying and meeting people she couldn’t remember how she interacted with. But she somehow managed and found love.
Oh no! While working at the zoo you mess up and all the handsome male visitors turn into animals. it turns out only love will reverse it, so now you have to date some guys. Which are animals. Wait, wasn’t this a game where you date guys?! Continue reading “Blush Blush”→
Main Character (unnamed) is a highly ranked scholar and friend to Lucas, the only (?) knight that’s not a noble. The two of them have worked so hard to come where they are now, but it all crumbles to pieces when Main Character stumbles upon the demise of the royal family. Now a fugitive – saved by none other than the assassin of those of royal blood, Kitsune, what will Main Character do? Continue reading “Silver:Line [Demo]”→
You break just about every bone in a girl’s body. By accident you are the reason why a girl’s view of the universe falls into piece. Fleeing as a protestant you smash a girl’s home. This is the game where you crush your new crush in the most creative ways.
Are you into trading card games but can’t afford buying real cards and have yet to find a digital game that’s like a real TCG? Look no further, ’cause I have found it! Shadowverse has 6 different kinds of decks you can build: Forestcraft, Runecraft, Dragoncraft, Bloodcraft, Shadowcraft and Havencraft. They all have their specialties and you can choose to both build a deck from scratch or get a generated deck. The game has both a single player (story mode and playing against an AI) and a multiplayer mode (ranked matches, unranked matches, play against a friend and Take Two), so no matter what mood you’re in, you’ll be good! Continue reading “Shadowverse”→
Edit 17/9-2021: This is a review of the first “localisation” of Taisho Alice. The one Avaialble on Steam is not this one. The game was localised again, because thankfully Primula wasn’t deterred by the scamming.
I haven’t played the new one, but I’m keeping this here regardless. It can, for instance, give context to some older fans jokes that refer to this car crash of an incident, but also explain that not every time something is horrible, it has to go entirely wrong at the end of the day. Why does Aksys’ come to mind? I mean, probably because they get things horribly done and go horribly wrong.
That said, if you want to appreciate the new localisation, go ahead and read this.
A while back Taisho Alice was released in English by E2 Gaming. Rants were burning all over my Twitter timeline and as a reviewer, I can’t look away from this. This post, however, will probably be a bit ranty. Okay, not just a bit, a lot. I’m also choosing to entirely skip the summary, because in this post I will focus on taking this game – and the company localising it – apart. I suggest reading the description on VNDB or find one of the English bloggers’ review of the Japanese games for a summary or the like. Continue reading “Taisho Alice Volume I”→
Mirai Sotokunda (name changeable) is a college student studying to be a nursery school teacher. One day in December her mum drops a huge bomb – she’s getting remarried! Before the end of the year! Mirai needs time to think about it, but give her mother her blessing. That’s when her mother drops another bomb – the new man has four sons – all younger than Mirai. So now Mirai suddenly will have four brother’s and a new father before the end of the month and she’s never met them! Less than two weeks pass and they move in with the guys, because her father-to-be has a sudden business trip and Mirai now has to live with her four brothers. Alone. Continue reading “Otouto Scramble”→
Hiyoko Tosaka is the only human in PigeoNation’s school for gifted birds and is just about to start her second year. There she meets a lot of different kind of birds, both teachers and students – all having their own story to tell. Continue reading “Hatoful Boyfriend”→
…It’s like I’m the protagonist of a low quality romance comedy. Is this what they call being satisfied with life?
Yuuya Kisaragi is your average high schooler and he’s in the local history research club with Kanna Toutoumi, Haruka Arisue and Sayuri Miyasu. One day during lunch while the club has gathered in the club room, Kanna is called to the student council. Yuuya, follows along and they are told by the student council president, Shizuka Kujou (CV: Manami Maeda), to present something on the next cultural festival or they will not have their club room anymore. They get permission to have a mascot character café, but only if they make sure to have the most earnings, or else they need to return the club room. They start working on the mascot character, Izaemon, but… Continue reading “Harem Tengoku da to Omottara Yandere Jigoku Datta.”→