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
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
(I bought this game idk how many years ago and I’m finally playing it sighs, eitherway, let’s get to the story.) Our heroine Himeno Kyoko is a rich ojousama who’s the most popular girl in school, and is pretty much loaded. However one day while she’s on holiday she collapses from her heart beating too fast and finds out she’s got Glass Heart Syndrome!!!! This means that if Kyoko’s heart beats too fast she may die. Her butler Shinnosuke, and her maid Satsuki are ready to do a lot of shit to get her back to normal, which is by making her fall in love!! Kyoko now has to choose a man to pick to go in training dates with in order to increase her heart rate.
The story is about how our heroine, Ema, who is living with her dad when her dad decides to remarry!! So in order not to disturb them, she decides to move in with her new siblings at a mansion called sunrise mansion! However, for some reason her new stepmom has a shit ton and sons so she’s got a 13 new brothers now, but she’s only living with 11 of them. The ages pretty much range from 31-12 and characters are completely different, and Passion Pink covers 7 of these brothers. Continue reading
Here’s the guide for the entire game, along with guides on how to beat bosses and whatsoever. What I will be touching on in the guide is the stats, the battle, the maps, plus quests. I will not be entertaining any questions like “what is the best equipment?” and some other redundant questions, but opinions and questions on what advice is pretty okay. I won’t be saying ALL the equips in the game, I’m only just giving advice on the different routes, and battles. Continue reading
Finally here we are to the most fucked up game meant to milk Hakuouki where most otome gamers try to step away from cuz it’s a landmine. Well, I decided to step on this landmine and try it out, but turns out, it ain’t that shitty honestly, cept for the fact that RASETSUS and SHINSENGUMI continue to appear in the darn game. Urakata Hakuouki is made out of a RPG Game combined together with an Otome game, so it has difficulty to people who actually want to play it, and its the back story of Hakuouki.
Our heroine Kirishima Kozue comes home from teaching kids kendo, and meets her bro and they go home together. Along the way, they crash into white-haired dudes who look like they’re trippin balls and they attack the siblings. Her brother tells her to go and find help, and she runs off. More stuff under the cut. Continue reading