I had my eye on this game for a looooooong time, even before I quit otome and came back this year – but only because of the soundtrack and Ishida Akira. Who wouldn’t love the soundtrack? It’s done by none other than the composer of black wolves saga…!
Turns out, this game was better than average, but not stellar like some of the others which I really enjoyed, and the regular retarded heroine Rinka made me want to kill myself over and over again in NEVAEH highschool.
What da heck is NEVAEH anyway? A kind of hipster way to say ‘never’??? And the first thing I thought when I saw the character art was that the kids should not be wearing a mask that looks like…
Dat hole, and the line down… You know… You know????
Enough of your ranting, Jyuu, get to the review! Continue reading
Finally another review! And this time it’s not an otome game!!
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I’ve been wanting to write one for Tsuihou Senkyo for the longest time, but never had the time, or if I’m honest, too lazy to write one 😂.
Okay so as always, starting off with a brief description of the storyline, this is a visual novel set in an apocalyptic world. There are monsters, the world has been destroyed, 12 people have been selected to live in a hotel protected by an AI “Alice” for 30 days, and everyone is to engage in debates to kill each other off until only 2 people are left. Continue reading
Hello all! It’s been such a long time since I’ve written a game review, but I’ll stick as close as possible to my original review style.
Here’s reviewing an otome game after so long… and it’s a complete disappointment, saved only by its efforts into sprite animations and beautiful GUI.
First up, what is Period:Cube about? (non-spoiler)
To put it simply, it’s a lousy ripoff of Sword Art Online, otome style, complete with the part about dying in real life should you die in the game. The heroine finds her brother missing for an extended period and investigates with her childhood friend Hiroya. But all of a sudden, they are sucked into the game Arcadia which has a server known as ‘World V’ that has rumours of keeping people trapped in the game. Exactly ripping off SAO, the people trapped in World V are told to clear a dungeon in order to fully return to their lives in the real world. To do so, they have to collect and wield / clear the dungeon with 3 swords: a Holy sword, a Demon sword and Amadeus, God’s sword (the heroine). Therefore, the heroine (or you) becomes the target object of the game.
As previously mentioned, I will be looking to set up an international marketplace for the resale of otome games. I’m gonna try it first on my blog to see how it pans out, and if it works out, will be making an official one for the community’s use. A tab will be added to my blog for now.
There are four main requirements: Continue reading
As the title states, I’m back to Otome gaming! I don’t know how much the community has changed or who even reads my blog anymore, but my recent trip to Osaka relit the fire for consoles and gaming. Please treat me kindly and say hello if you’re still a follower of my blog, and tell me what are the recent vita games you’ve enjoyed!
More on my goodies below:
Happy New Year!
I’m sorry for the dead blog in the past year… Working on KKG in addition to my new job has been so stressful ;_; not to mention my hamster of 2.5 years passing away just a few days ago… I can only wish him a peaceful sleep as he rests under a shady tree in the field where he now lies.
2017 had been a crazy year for me, but I’m really looking forward to 2018.
I’ve not been updating myself with the games thus far, and I’d already sold my psvita, but since I’ll be going to Japan in a week’s time, I might pick up a new psvita (if it’s a reasonable price) and some old releases that I have not played yet.
Here’s what I intend to get! Continue reading
I haven’t had the time to do a full review, and I’ve not completed two routes yet, but here is a quick summary of my thoughts of the game before year 2016 ends. (Yikes! An almost empty gaming year!)
Please remember that these are my opinions and you are free to agree or disagree. Also, I’ve not written an otoge review in god-knows-how-long, so forgive me if my style is a little different from what it usually is. Continue reading