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
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
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 acquired this game in early Feb when it first released, and I played it so much that I unlocked all the songs within 2 days of playing, but I was holding back just because I wanted to finish the ASAS review first before heading on to this. That’s right, Utapri’s back with another music game with another round of songs, this time trying to ruin your lives with more tricky beatmaps that you can’t seem to play even when you remember yourself almost perfecting a Pro mode on the last game on PSP, Music 2. Oh well, more details and rants about the game under the cut. Continue reading
And here I am with the fandisk to the All Star game of Utapri! In this game, we have both the senpais and the Kouhais, both which start of as Saotome’s announcement that they’re all gonna have new songs! Thus we follow on Haruka & her lover’s adventures of making a new song while they spend a good time together! For the content, Senpais continue after All Star, while Kouhais continue off from Debut where they are already longtime lovers. THE BOOTLEG STARISH ENDS DO NOT EXIST. I REPEAT. THEY DO NOT EXIST, Spoilers under the cut! Continue reading
Almost about a year after debut, and 1 1/2 half year after the actual release of the game, here am I back with Utapri All Star! All Star covers the shitty senpais which shitted up debut by adding drama and they get routes cuz they’re ikemens. In this game, Haruka has made it through, Repeat. AA & SS and Debut WITHOUT A STARISH MAN! She has made it into the agency without the help of a Starish guy but she hasn’t debuted, and she’ll get booted if she doesn’t debut in 6 months. There comes Saotome, who offers her to compose the song for the new senpai unit Quartet Night for the Christmas party, and win in the Music Festival Competition by partnering up with them, and she has to win or else her contract will expire and she’ll be booted from the agency. Continue reading
I started this game via request from one of my friends, and it turns out, this was Otomate’s first PSP game they created which wasn’t a port! And this game is good to the point where I’m like, “gosh what has happened to otomate’s works nowadays?” Yep well enough dwelling on what Otomate was like in the past, and let’s get to the story. I will be doing only CG ends, basically the ends which were in La Primavera’s guide. 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.