Otome Game Review: (P)lanets -the life of normalcy has ended!

I decided to take a break and try out this new English otome game by Teacup. Kazuoki Marin is an high school sophmore who’s just too smart for math class and so she often gets so bored she pisses off her teacher. Her best friend is a trap named Haruhi who is 2 years younger than her. After class Marin trips & falls down the stairs and gets a concussion. When she wakes up her parents come to see her and call her a clumsy fool who will now jack up their medical bills. Turns out that’s not what her parents are saying but instead our heroine now has the power to read minds! One day some mysterious bishie named Kaius shows up telling her that in order to control her powers she needs to transfer to a psychic academy called Planets. Marin then decides to leave her family & trap bff behind in order to start her new school life. I recommend skipping to my final thoughts to avoid spoilers since the game really was fun to play.

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Otome Game Review: PANDORA ~Kimi no Namae wo Boku wa Shiru~

Our heroine Isora Kanna attends class with her 2 friends Kazuto & Yuuki and after school suddenly their school gets bombed. They run into the school building when some dude comes and tells Kanna that she must come with him and then she passes out. When she wakes up she finds herself in some military base and some ossan named Maximillian tells her that she’s in some other country now because THE WORLD’S AT WAR with suicide bombers running left & right. The totalitarian army is fighting the freedom army and Sujiku, Kanna’s home town is somehow caught in between. On top of this, Kanna’s parents hid the on-switch for a weapon of mass destruction in Kanna’s genes! She’s now their ultimate weapon girl whether she likes it or not, but at least she has hot army dudes protecting her.

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Otome Game Review: Hush-a-Bye, Baby

Sorry game’s too old to have an opening movie xD

Nakai Kihiro is an idol but she sucks at acting and has a very strong willed personality to the point that she’s seen as a bitch by others. One day a soul reaper named Mori comes to her telling her that she should have died 4 years ago in an accident. The reason she’s still alive is because Mori overslept for work a few minutes but on earth 4 years had passed. Mori tells her that she’ll send her to the past to get hit by a car and then she will take Kihiro’s soul. Kihiro refuses to go back to the past or to die period, so Mori then makes a deal with her that she can live as long as she can snag a bishie in 7 days. This seems like a simple task, but not for our heroine Kihiro who despises the idea of falling in love, thanks to her catching her ex-bf fucking some other whore. After catching them in the act she ran out of the school and this is when she got hit by a car. So for the next 7 days Kihiro decides to try being a dormat otome game heroine in order to change her fate.
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Otome Game Review: Double Reaction! Plus

I must be high to play another game by Datam/Polystar after this disaster but CURIOSITY GOT THE BEST OF ME. 😆  Our heroine Yuri, who is a rabid yaoi fangirl, is pissed off that she’s not as good looking as her twin brother Kairi. They find a wishing stone and then Yuri picks it up wishing she was a sexy beast…but then she drops the stone and breaks it. About 18 days later, on September 1st she starts her new school life with Kairi, but one morning they find that stone she broke back on top of her bed. When Yuri touches the stone, she and her brother end up switching bodies (:.o゚з゚o:.).:∵ぶっ While her brother isn’t too happy being a girl, our heroine Yuri can’t wait to spend her time being a bishounen and yaoi it up with some dudes. The body switching seems to be on and off and so the twins’ adventures begin! Pardon the OP movie quality, I had to record it with Bandicam cause I couldn’t find a single upload of it anywhere (´・ω・`;A).
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