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
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.
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
Here I am playing one of Rejet’s best games they created when they weren’t going to shit /yet/. The vita version of the game is the port of the original Ken ga Kimi on the PC, with extra events and CGs, as well as extra epilogues to all 4 endings for each route. The story of Ken ga Kimi is set in an alternate universe of Feudal Japan, where Oni, Ayakashi & Humans exist. Our heroine Kayo, is the daughter of a owner of a tea-house, who is struck by a bad harvest that spring. One day, some samurai from the Bakufu come and ask her for favour, to disguise as the princess for her bridal procession. There, she gets caught up in the the fact that the procession was used to transport one of the Five Heavenly Swords to Sunpu, the destination of the Bridal Procession. From there, Kayo meets 6 different samurai, and what will happen to the fates of her & these 6 samurai? Continue reading
And here I’m back with more abusive vampires ported on the vita with their extra after stories. This time, as you know, Rejet has added 4 new vampires to ruin our lives further!!!! At the same time guess what, I’m so sure that Rejet handed the writing responsibilities to Otomate which destroyed the Sakamakis, as well as giving the Mukami a very shit impression. Thankfully, for the vita version Rejet pretty much got mad at the Otomate for screwing the guys up, and took back their writing responsibilities and did all of them justice in the after stories. Eitherway, this review will be talking about all the routes, but mainly the after stories. Due to me being blur about this when I finally started typing the routes, if I reference a lot to other blogs, my apologies. But don’t worry, the after stories will all be from my notes. Continue reading
Well after getting my vita, I played Otomate’s ports of their games on the vita, and now, I’m finally starting on their new games on the console. This is their first one, which is re:vice d. The story is about our Heroine, Aika, who’s part of the Shitenou in the demon world, just recently lost their Demon Lord, which I’ll refer to as Maou since it’s easier. Now, they’re currently in the human world in order to find the next Maou, out of 4 candidates. Therefore, Aika has to assess them, and what will come out of this? Spoilers under the cut.
Okay here goes my best attempt at trying to play the game called Amnesia, a series which has been heavily milked by our awful friend Otomate. Well enough about how bad the milk is, since this is only just the first game anyway. Our story is about a girl who loses her memories, and ends up in this weird realm seeing a boy named Orion. Turns out their souls clashed on 1st August, causing her memories to poof and fly away. So now orion’s job is to help her get back her memories, and she has to choose the world that she belongs to. Let’s get on our journey for the most dense, and most Mary-Sue heroine in the entire otome game universe!! Continue reading