*no spoiler review, didn’t type out character routes
Rolling around waiting for Re:birthday Song and Psychedelica, I was deciding between Urakata Hakuouki or Shirahana no Ori to fill my time. I didn’t like the original Hakuouki series so I didn’t bother much about this game when it was released, thinking it would be a milking of the series again, but upon checking out the website, decided to play Urakata, and I love it.
This includes elements of a Map search where you can take requests from the townspeople or the playable characters to raise their affection points / get items to increase your stats.
While this is somewhat like Hanayaka Nari’s map system where the maid goes about the town and the mansion to fulfil requests, this system is much easier to use and more straightforward, where the requests you accomplish have a direct effect on affection points Continue reading
First up… Thank you for 50 followers! 😀 Hope you guys continue supporting this blog. (Read to the end for a small thanks on my part)
Second…. I’ve kinda abandoned Soubou Sangoku Sou Sou’s translations : I’m working more shifts this two weeks because
the new pastry chef is tall and kuudere I need money to fund my otoge goods. I might finish the translations somehow but it’s not anytime soon, since I’m rushing my backlots as well.
Right. Why specifically this issue, Jyuuguchi? Well….. READ ON TO FIND OUT (slapped////) (*´艸｀*)
**Even though these pictures are not scans, I appreciate if you do not copy them to your website (and get Jyuuguchi into trouble (>_<) due to print copyright laws) And seriously. These pictures are only about 1/10 of the whole mag.
**Please buy the magazine if you want to read more about this issue! (Available on a variety of websites like Amazon, Rakuten, cdjapan and blahs.)
1) Diabolik Lovers Vandead Carnival….. what the heck is that?! Continue reading