The number of otome related things I’ve done this year can be counted with a single hand. Due to my bad eyesight I’ve been trying to stay away from screens and tried to move on to CDs but my CD player has been spoilt for forever now and I haven’t been actually bothered to replace it XD
Games and CDs lying around on my shelf, collecting dust.
I’ve been upset for too long about how Rejet took down my Youtube channel (still salty about it!) so I’m moving over to Soundcloud now. The number of free R18 audios found there reminds me that there is still an underground community very much alive and sometimes y’know, official game stores come down too hard on us (just bitching cos I’m REALLY still salty about my youtube channel)
Yes I remember I still have a blog but console gaming is not gonna be my priority for a long while until my vision gets better ):
Anyway, happy 2020 to everyone! May you have a good gaming year. And I’ll share my Soundcloud here just to spite Rejet XD
The game that everyone had been hyped about came out with a fandisc… and I only managed to finally finish it after some weekend grinding, made only possible because I decided not to play Pio Fiore because it wasn’t really the kind of game up my alley.
My first thoughts about CxM are that the romance was so-so and happened all within the month of December, making it unbelievable and random at times. It’s kinda expected of a non-romance focused game though, The mystery was interesting and engaging however, and I would recommend this game as worth a play for its mystery rather than its ‘Otome’ factor. I had to suspend disbelief many times though… and such things made me rate the game a little lower than I would have had if these little things were attended to or changed to make it more believable.
Alrighty, into my review!
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*Crawls out of Dev hell and reaches a hand out…
I’ve been so busy working on my otome game Kokorogawari (sleeping at 6am and waking at 12 noon even) that I keep falling asleep on the 4th track of this CD. I did that three times and I finally managed to finish listening to it.
Vol.5: Robin Tolkia (CV: Kondou Takashi)
Despite the many breaks that I took, I was really looking forward to this story but I was disappointed with this volume. Continue reading
This time we have the cray twins, Gauche and Doroa (or Droite) whose names someone told me meant ‘left and right’ in French. Upon closer inspection of their eyes… Wowzers.
Let’s jump straight in to my overall thoughts without me freaking out about how scary it was (because it wasn’t in these 2 CDs XD).
That isn’t to say that they weren’t chilling and messed up though! (Maybe I got used to the shit that gets thrown at you in the stories??)
Left: Gauche (CV: Tamaru Atsushi) Right: Doroa/Droite (CV: Kishio Daisuke)
Master link page for Luciole no Hime.
If you can’t get your hands on a copy of the CD, read my reviews to know the story! Characters are below:
Yayyyyy I’m back with Volume 2 of Luciole no Hime!
Our second cray boy is Neuro Paptesma (CV: Masuda Toshiki!)
First thoughts, ERRMYGAD THIS IS EVEN MORE MESSED UP THAN VOLUME 1.
My thoughts are all over the place so I’ll try my best to write a proper review below after my summary. So many questions! I definitely want to listen to Volume 1 and 2 over and over again to enjoy the world created inside this CD.
Again, Non-spoiler summary below, will leave a space before spoilers! Continue reading
Oh holy smokes.
It’s been a while since I’ve:
1) Listened to Midorikawa Hikaru’s voice over dummyhead. It’s an oasis and eargasm in one.
2) Listened to a new story concept from Rejet.
The combination of the above two things was mind-blowing! Rejet’s situation CDs (Minus Diabolik Lovers) have never disappointed me, and this one was great (though short).
-Read more below!- (Non-spoilers, will leave a space before spoilers)