Otome Game Review: Collar x Malice ~Unlimited~

This is the review for the Collar x Malice fandisk which contains after stories for the main cast, side stories for some of the side characters, and an alternative story that takes place after one of the bad endings of the game.

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Otome Game Review: Ephemeral -Fantasy on Dark-

This is a review of the PS Vita port of Ephemeral. Our heroine Chloe is a zombie who begins attending a special monster academy. Unfortunately zombies are the lowest ranked monsters in the hierarchy but despite this Chloe manages to snag hearts of all the guys ranked above her. 💪

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Otome Game Review: Heiligenstadt Lied

Lied, an orphan whose parents supposedly died in an accident, has recently began to live on her own (with her cockatiel ojisan BFF Soprano who can talk due to all the magic of her town of Shall). She is also  a pianist for her former orphanage but she’s not really that good. Actually she really sucks at both playing piano and cooking lol. One day she meets a bunch of dudes who happen to have the magical “Falga” powers of famous classical pianists. An evil force called the Forgotten Apostle comes and tries to steal all the sound from the town because of the “evil noise” that’s coming from the darkness inside the performers. Most average people are affected but Lied is safe – so now she joins the musical academy to work with everyone to help restore music back to Shall and defeat the Forgotten Apostle. Continue reading “Otome Game Review: Heiligenstadt Lied”

Otome Game Review: Fortissimo

Well this was certainly not your “average idol game”.  Fujisaki Futaba works at the James company and the president Lily chooses her to become the new idol manager for the group Fortissimo. Futaba is a country bumpkin with no style or experience so thanks to hurls of insults from bratty underage teens and her strict boss, she ~blooms~ into a Cinderella. Continue reading “Otome Game Review: Fortissimo”