I’m like a week late but I’ve been in Japan and the wordpress app thinks it’s fun to make you upload 1 image at at time to their media section. I have a lot of catching up to do so here’s a gallery of what I managed to save off my phone. Majority of stuff was “X becomes an idol series/game” which honestly got kinda stale and was a grim reminder how huge the idol trend is. (I’m kinda honestly bored of it….I was bored of it after I left my UtaPri interests behind to be honest.)
So somehow I’ve managed to crawl to my 8th anniversary despite 2016 being a terrible year in most other aspects. 😂 But hey it’s a time for celebration and reflection so let’s look back on the things that happened and as usual, check out my terrible yearly otome game awards!
I’ve retired from bothering to do my own April Fools on this blog anymore cause I’m out of time and out of ideas (￣ー￣;) Instead take a look at what anime & game makers have done this year. (Please note I’ve only included content that I personally actually got the joke of!) Continue reading “2016 Otome April Fool’s Roundup”→
Somehow this blog has rolled around to its 7th anniversary and somehow I’ve still not ragequit otome game blogging despite the awful amount of crap games I sat through this year ／(^o^)＼. If you’re still reading, or if you’re a new reader, sit back, relax and let’s ride down the memory lane of the past 12 months! Continue reading “Blog Anniversary: Lucky 7”→
Sorry for the delay on this post but I’ve been meaning to give a brief guide on filling out Otomate opinion cards if you live outside Japan. Typically the opinion cards only came with their limited edition games, however now all their Vita games come with one. If you feel strongly about a game you played I encourage you to fill it out and send it to them! Opinion cards help companies know what their fans want, and let’s face it, their fans aren’t just in Japan anymore and we should let them know! Also by sending cards from other countries, it lets them know that hey, there are people out there who import their games from Japan so it could be a deciding factor on whether or not they want to localize the game for the English speaking audience.