Dot Kareshi~We’re 8 bit lovers! I + II + III

This game was a little short for me, but setting was interesting so decided to try it out. The length probably isn’t a problem for most people since it’s probably a filler games, or they like Namikawa, or the concept itself is interesting. To be honest, I started this game because I love playing RPGs and I like Matsukaze, Morikubo, Yamaguchi and Toriumi’s voice 😀 Namikawa and Hirakawa and fine, but they’ve been out so much that I’ve gotten bored of their voices lol.

The music was really cute and the battle scenes were not bad. And the fact that they all just want to make a move on her is hilarious. The romance was lacking for me because, well… it’s only an hour’s worth of play for the first character and less once you skip the common routes… But as a player of RPGs I gotta give the heroine some credit. Maxing levels just by grinding even though often running out of potions… Besides that, making them walk all the way without telerocks or carriages… switching off the effects… I can see why they are angry at her 😀 ahaha Continue reading

Eikoku tantei mysteria – Summary + Review

There are a few themes in otoges that have been done to death: Alice in wonderland, Ayakashi and Demons (Idea F- and Otom- needs to start thinking up new concepts -_-) I LOVE victorian concepts, and this concept of detective Holmes has not been much touched, maybe because good mysteries themselves are hard to write. The mysteries in this game are pretty easy and no complicated details like time of death and everything so it was a little lacking but nevertheless, pretty good. But this game is so damn long…

Characters who appear:

-Erlock Holmes Jr (son of Sherlock)
-William Watsons Jr (son of John)
-Lupin Jr. (son of Lupin)
-Jack Za Ripper
-Akechi Kenichiro (classmate of Holmes Jr)
-Kobayashi Souji
-Pendelton (Heroine’s butler)

-Sara Maple (female classmate, friend)
-Hudson (caretaker at 221 Baker)
-Sherlock Holmes (father)
-Lupin (father)

The personalities of Holmes and Watson JRs are pretty much reversed. (from the Continue reading