So it’s been uh, 2? 3? years since I played the first KgK on the Vita, and I’m finally here at the fandisc. Ken ga Kimi ~Momoyo Tsuzuri~ is the fandisc to the original Ken ga Kimi, containing a huge amount of shorts stories which happen before, or after the endings of the original game. As the whole game has a shit ton of stories to cover, I won’t be summarising everything- that’ll take me ages. Instead, I will be making my summaries even shorter than usual, so spoilers beware. More stuff under the cut. Continue reading
As the title states, it’s 5 years of me running this blog. Time sure blasted by pretty fast. This post is a few days late as my official anniversary is the 7th of July, but I guess Idk what to write + a lot of school working going on this season so it got delayed. By 2 months! Sorry for leaving this space blank for this long. Oh boy, it’s been 5 years of me casually doing this blog thing! Here’s a roundup of what happened this blogging year! Continue reading
Trigger Kiss is a game set in 2085, where superpowers are now rampant among humans. Due to this, a sport where people duke it out with their superpowers started, and is the main setting of the story world as there’s a tournament in summer every year for it. Our heroine Sendou Futaba, just transferred to Akizuki High School in order to hide her superpowers, but is tricked into joining the Superpower club as they’re desperate to win this year’s national championships. As she spends time in the superpower club, Futaba soon realises she really loves it and decides to stay. Continue reading
After the passing of Karl Heinz, the Mukamis are left with no one to rely on after themselves. Seeing the Demon World fall to chaos while the Sakamakis aren’t able to enter the Demon World, they take things into their hands to protect the home that they were raised in: Karl Heinz’s Castle, Eden. After a run in with Kino and seeing how demons are gonna attack Yui left and right since she’s Eve, they decide to keep her safe while protecting their childhood home that Karl Heinz left behind. Continue reading
After the passing of Karl Heinz, one of the Sakamaki brothers receives his powers and becomes the leader of the family, technically turning into the leader of the vampires. However, the power within him is still unstable and they’re unable to enter the Demon World due to that. With the instability within the different races, as well as the powers they have to keep in check, Yui now has to support her man while they (try to) get the Demon World to settle down, while keeping Kino away because he’s after that very power. Continue reading
For the Tsukinamis, they’re pretty much on their own doing their own thing. With the death of Karl Heinz, the Tsukinamis have been bombarded with requests from other clans to form alliances, but Carla’s reluctant to do so since they pride themselves as First Bloods. Since the First Bloods don’t work with anyone, the two decide to take the demon world for themselves, seeing the state of conflict the world in. Yui, being pretty much part of them now follows along with their decision. Continue reading
And here with have the next game in the trashy vampire series, Diabolik Lovers. Karl Heinz has passed on and has his powers passed on to one of his sons, one of the Sakamaki bros. Being unable to control his powers, the Sakamakis choose to stay in the Human World, but the Demon World is slowly falling to chaos with the lack of a powerful leader. Meanwhile, a new group of rebels, the Ravens, are coming together to take over the Demon World, led by a new vampire introduced to the game, Kino. This post will be all about him, and it’s slightly long for a summary I do so do bear with me! Spoilers are underneath! Continue reading
The night that we won a major war…… The Takeda Army banquet was more rowdy than usual.
Masakage-kun and Nobuharu-san were greedily devouring the food. Masatoyo-kun who was panicking trying to stop them. As well asー
Yuzuki: ……Shingen-san? If you’re trying to secretly drink, you can’t.
Shingen: Geh! Oh, well……A-a little bit’s fine, right?
Yuzuki: That’s not good. Look, just pass it overーah!
The sake that Shingen-san was reluctant to pass over was swiftly stolen from his hands.