Shinobi Koi Utsutsu – Review

Quite disappointed for this game. The theme had great potential, but it turned out really bad. I was drawn to the colour scheme of shinobi koi: it combines colourful neo tones with anime-like art, so it’s not as realistic as the recently played games, and actually really emphasises how this game is for younger girls (not a baabaa like me :p) The only thing good is probably the OP movie(song)!

The characters personalities overlap alot when they are in mero-mode which made the game very stale after a while… Still, if you play for the seiyuus you will probably like it.

Ok, so let’s start with the prologue. The heroine when she was younger, had her parents killed before her eyes by some bad guy and she was freaking out because she’s about to be attacked too when suddenly a man comes in to save her and fight the baddy. He wins the baddy and seals away something in her. Ever since then, she desires to become as strong as that ninja who saved her and hopes to meet him again someday.

She works in a teahouse to fund herself for living expenses and the dojo (like a school) for ninjas in the neighbourhood. One day the elites of the most famous ninja school are passing by and she goes out to take a look too. There’s the red-haired tsundere Sarutobi Sasuke, blue-haired taciturn Kirigakure Kuroto, white-haired glasses boy Yuri Kamakiyo, light- Continue reading

Diabolik Lovers: More Blood – Review

Diabolik Mosquitoes  Lovers

Review of this game:

(*´Д`)ハァハァ + ( ゚皿゚)キーッ!!

The end.


This is a review, not a translation, so at best I will tell you what I liked about the game and a short summary of what happened.

I was really looking forward to playing Ruki but I didn’t feel Sakurai’s voice suited that character. His low voice sounds the same in almost every character which doesn’t make me feel like I’m playing a new guy. (Urgh the effects of Mejojo -_-) The gameplay allows you to play several characters at once in a non-confusing way, which means if you get tired of being sucked by one of them, you can always get sucked by another (lol)

The art is kinda pinky which is girl-stereotype but I like it nevertheless. The original games was horrible with all the abuse, And here we have an additional set of vampires who were originally humans and so a little more human. (In fact we have the awesome Azuazu)




Sadistic Ore-Sama abuses the heroine with words (ok, which of them doesn’t…) but he really just doesn’t want to admit his interest in her. He is too focused on seeing her as food though he actually takes interest in her as a woman. I actually like him quite alot. While trying to prove to himself he didn’t need her, he tried to stay away from sucking her blood Continue reading