Riding on the popularity of the series as the whole, otomate went and released a 2nd FD for C:R, this time on the Vita and the PS4, which sadly is the only new release game to be on the PS4. Riding on that, I’m playing the PS4 version of the game and it’s beautiful. This game is pretty much drama-free fd with just pure, wholesome stories that we all want to read. The game consists of many different stories, but the main concept is based around Christmas/Wintertime with our 5 C:R men. Let’s get on with the summaries. 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
Hanamaki Ichigo is currently leading a normal life at university. One day, her childhood friend Kagutsuchi Hino asks her if she’d like to go on a trip to Okunezato, the town that her brother disappeared in a year ago, to look for clues on his whereabouts. They decide to head off to the “Okunezato Occult Club” meetup at the town, where they meet a bunch of after people to talk about the mysteries of the town. Little did she know that there was more going on in the village that she thought, and how she was related to all of this. Continue reading
Here’s the continuation of the first Code:Realize game! C:R was a big hit so an FD was created going through the after stories of all 5 main guys, new added routes for Sholmes and Finis, as well as a side story ~Lupin the Gang~. I’ll be covering all this content. After finishing the first game in english I loved it so much I jumped on it when this one came out, and it took me a while to play it. I’m glad I did it. Spoilers will be under the read more. Continue reading
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
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 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