Surprisingly enough, I thought the offerings this year were pretty decent. Usually I’m like ew fugly dresses Katherine but this year it ain’t so bad! I pretty much bought everything on the first page
It’s the year 2015 and in 2060 there was World War 4. A shota named Suzuhara Sorata finds himself at a research lab facility that he’s visiting with his classmates for a special tour. Suddenly he starts trippin’ balls hearing some kind of music and seeing a ghost girl talk to him. Before he knows it, he falls asleep and then finds himself awakened in year 1919! He thinks he’s jumped back in time to the taisho era and then he runs into a girl who can’t even remember her name. She’s babbling nonsense and suddenly a giant alien space ship comes down to them and takes them both on board. On the ship Sorata meets some kids who all have psychic powers and he finds out that they’re on a journey around the world until they reach their “destination” – which is supposedly America. The game then switches to the points of view of 3 heroines and their relationships with the other psychic power users there.. Anyway this intro makes no freaking sense so if you want to make sense of anything you’re gonna have to read some spoilers after the jump . As usual you can avoid spoilers and skip to my final thoughts instead!
I had a little bit of free time today so I decided to play a free visual novel called Signed X. You can download it for free and it’s all in English (and also apparently German)! The story is about our heroine Marty, who is a manga fanatic and wants to fall in love like they do in them shoujo mangos. One morning she finds a guy named Matt leaving a bouquet of flowers on her desk with a love confession. Attempting to get his attention and have a shoujo manga encounter, Marty drags her friend Warren into doing all sorts of crazy setup scenarios. Little does Marty realize that her friend just may have a crush on her as well. This review is spoiler free so no worries
On this wet & soggy day, the postal service gods surprised me with a package.
Because apparently 96 of you voted for this, I decided to finally play Black Wolves Saga. There’s a country of Weblin where humans and furries once lived in peace. The humans let the cats and wolves take lead, and there are other races like rabbits, dogs, mice etc. One day someone from the wolf race went and stabbed someone from the cat race and that’s when shit hit the fan. A war broke out between cats and wolves and just around that time
rabies some black plague disease called Zodiva spread and started mass killing everyone. Someone then started a rumor that the plague came from the wolves and then the wolves started getting attacked by humans to “wipe away the disease.” In self defense, the wolves started fighting back (though most of the time beyond their control due to the mad cow disease). Needless to say with plagues and rumors going around, the wolves pretty much got wiped off the face of Weblin – except they didn’t. In fact the remaining wolves have all been secretly living in the woods while Weblin was taken over by the cats. Meanwhile back at the ranch, there’s a rich ojousama named Fiona Galland who is our heroine. She’s just reached her 16th birthday and she spent her entire life living in a tower like Rapunzel, never being allowed to see the outside world. The reason being is because Fiona was born with SPECIAL genes Key Aids and her body called Robeira, so she is incredibly weak that even catching a cold can be deadly. On her 16th birthday they figure that it’s safe for her to leave the nest and see the outside world. Unfortunately by doing so, she gets caught in between the battle of the furries. In other words, welcome to Rejet’s rendition of Animal Farm!
When our heroine Saki was a loli, she went up to the Hanari mountain because she said she’s the hanahime – a girl who was born under and will “marry the cherry tree”. Her grandmother was the previous hanahime, but for some reason Saki hates cherry trees Her childhood friend Makoto tried to stop her but was unsuccessful at doing so. She ended up MIA for 3 days until he found her and she had no memories of what had happened. A few years later, the 2 of them end up going back to that mountain and eventually end up at some shack in the woods, which has a bunch of people that she met in the past as a loli living in it! She doesn’t remember ever going here but when she tries to leave the next day, there’s a curse in the forest and she ends up going in circles, unable to leave. Having no choice but to stay there Saki’s forest adventures begin. Little does she know that the house is actually her grandmother’s old inn that was supposed to have been destroyed in a fire many years ago. Please be warned the game is R-18 so some discretion is advised prior to reading.
Soo after like a year I’m finally unboxed on Poupee Girl. I sent them an email in Japanese apologizing for not following the rules promising to delete whatever is in my gallery that is illegal. Unfortunately I still have no idea wtf was illegal but I assume anything that had me in the photo or my hand or anything probably is so I’ll get rid of that stuff. (´・ω・｀) Reason I’m getting back into Poupee is I’ve recently gotten into J-fashion in real life so I have a ton of new clothes I bought XD I’ll try to keep up with the various poupee events on this blog once again. Additionally it looks like I’m back just in time for the 2013 rainy day event!
As usual though, the ribbon stuff is awful. I kinda feel bad for any new poupee users cause they barely get anything. Everything I’m wearing is pretty much from previous years!
It’s been a while but because of some Alice & School Wars mini posters I decided to pick this up.
I decided to take a break from otome gaming (thanks to Amnesia Crowd) and while playing RO2 on the side I also picked up Tomoyo After. I’ve always been curious about the game in the past and when I found out the PSP port has the protag voiced by Nakamura Yuichi I figured why not? It’s only 1 route, since it’s really just like Nagisa’s after story in Clannad except this time, it’s for Tomoyo. Sadly, unlike Nagisa, Tomoyo does not get her happy ending or any kind of miracle. Major story spoilers ahead so skip to my final thoughts to avoid them.
Ryuuzaki Hanako (randomly generated name) takes on a part time job live with 3 butlers in a huge and wealthy mansion by a request of her aunt. Apparently they are all idols who work under her aunt’s agency, and need to learn how to “handle the ladies” better. In addition Hanako’s aunt also wants her to learn how to be a proper ojousama~. On the first day, all the butlers seem like they handle the ladies well – but it’s all just an act. In fact they’re pretty selfish and rude and it’s up to Hanako to whip them into shape!
Five years ago I was playing the Korean & Japanese beta of RO2: The Gate of World. The betas ended and there was no sign of life until the whole thing was scrapped and out came RO2: Legent of the Second. After a long KR beta, a shitty SEA beta, finally we get the North American beta. I can finally play the game I’ve wanted to play for years and after a week and a half all I can say is: This game is destined to fail. Read the rest of this entry