When hakuouki, diabolik lovers, and touken ranbu are put into a blender, you get the hot mess called Sengoku Night Blood, Senbura for short. Senbura is a mobile game created by Otomate and Marvelous. Otomate decided that it’ll be a great idea to earn a quick buck or two by following the crowd and blending all their games which sold like hot cakes to the masses. Eitherway, the story of Senbura is of a girl, who I shall name MC, landing into the world of Shinga, which so happens to be made of VAMPRIES and WEREWOLVES. They also so happen to be hot warlords from the Sengoku Era who are trying to take over the country. More shit under the cut. Continue reading
After the anime, Rejet released an otome game for Dance with Devils to fulfil romances for the rest of the guys in the show. And thus, the Dance with Devils created. The game follows the anime accordingly, where our Heroine, Tachibana Ritsuka, is a normal girl living a normal life. One day, her house is attacked by a bunch of weirdos kidnapping her mother away, in which she receives the help of her school’s student council, who appears to have a strong interest in her for unknown reasons. Well technically everyone who’s reading this post knows the anime already, so let’s cut to the chase! Spoilers all underneath the cut. Continue reading
So the game was hyping in my country quite a bit as I heard the character designs of the game were pretty as hell, and guess what, I tried it and and promptly slipped down the hell called Onmyouji. Onmyouji is a “fantasy turn-based rpg”, which tells the story of Abe no Seimei, in the fictional world of probably, feudal Japan. He meets quite a few interesting characters along the way, and that’s so much of the story I can get into. The game is made by NetEase games, a company which actually manages operations of quite a few popular western games like Overwatch, in China. The game is currently available in Chinese and Japanese, but I’m playing the Chinese version. Further details will be under the cut. Continue reading
In the 19th Century in Great Britain, there lives a girl named Cardia Beckford who’s been named a monster due to the fact that she spews some kind of poison which melts anything that she touches. Cardia sits around in a mansion all day cuz her dad, Isaac Beckford told her to sit around waiting for him to come back one day. One day, the Queen’s royal guards led by Captain Leonhardht breaks into her house to try and capture her. Thankfully, the master thief Arsene Lupin intercepts the capture and takes Cardia away to England, telling her that the stone on her is the Horologium, and promising her that he’ll solve her problem. Continue reading
And here i’m once again back with the shitty abusive vampires, this time added with 2 more shitty vampires who are villains to this huge drama with our Adam & Eve context still inside it! 2 new vampires, Tsukinami Carla & Tsukinami Shin are introduced to this game and they are after Yui. It just so happens they transfer to the same school where Yui & the rest of the vamps are in looking for her, and Yui’s requested by them to show them around the school. There will be more spoilers under the cut as I’ll be covering some pre-content as well.
Due to me finding posts with tons of routes to be long and seem very uh, messy, I decided to separate this review into parts. At the same time, I didn’t want to leave out details;; This post is the first of 3-4 posts, which will be covering the main preface of the game, the very first prologue of the Tsukinamis arriving in the human world. I will write an overall impressions of the Tsukinamis and the separate routes, but the overall spoiler free impressions will only be in the last post of the series, for the Mukamis.
I’ve been playing Gossip Girl by Voltage for a very long time now, and I finally got down into reviewing the game officially after collecting all my overall thoughts of the game and after briefly playing the JP Version. The plot of Gossip girl is simple. You, the MC, moves into the Upper East Side, and into the privileged lives of the characters of Gossip Girl, meeting the hot guys in town and fall in love with them. Crudely speaking from one of my friends, “dating rich guys, everyone’s dream”. Enough starter blabbering, let’s get on with the review. Just a note, this entire review will be spoiler free due to Voltage Party’s policy of not sharing spoilers of their PARTY games.
DISCLAIMER: Blur ass me didn’t know of Gossip Girl’s stopping updates until 28 Sep, so a portion of this review may or may not be valid. I will cross over parts which are invalid, since I didn’t want my effort to go to waste when I wrote this review already. :’D
Time to start the ball rolling with the Date a Live Galges with the very first one, Rinne Utopia. Shido one day finds Touka on the school roof with her powers exploding, and she’s unable to control them at all and Shido can’t get close to her either. As Shido tries to get close to her she her Spirit powers end up attacking him and he conks out. He starts tripping balls and seeing a random spirit telling him that his world is going to change into a world he doesn’t know, and disappears before he wakes up into his harem taking care of him, and a mysterious new “childhood friend” of his, Sonogami Rinne. More spoilers under the cut. Continue reading
Sakyou is a charming, sharped-tongued pretty boy who claims to be a ronin, but his gentlemanly attitude goes against that. Sarcastic and good with words, he’s actually the heir to the Sagihara family, a family serving the Fushimi clan in Yamashiro Province. His family are the descendants of the Amakuni, a group of blacksmiths, who created the Five Heavenly Swords. However, due to a certain reason, he seeks outs revenge towards a certain group of Onis, hiding a dark side of him. Continue reading