Otome Game Review: Dare ni Demo Ura ga Aru -Happy Gift-

So I was looking forward to the DareUra fandisk for a while and I even followed Amedeo’s progress on the game via their blogs and twitters. I may have mistakenly overhyped the game for myself because sadly it did not live up to my expectations. I tried to ignore all the bad reviews for it until I tried for myself but sadly they were right. Anyway more on that in my final thoughts. The story this time starts with a prologue to remind you of  the cast from the first game (in case you forgot) and instead they add this flaming okama broadcaster who wants to make either Nanako the “princess”. He then  wastes about 4 hours of your life interviewing all the eligible mans and making homo jokes while I almost fell asleep on my couch. Finally you pick either student or teacher route and depending on the choices you can end up with your man of choice. In this disk they added Oda, who was a fat otaku, is now a skinny bishounen otaku (after much plastic surgery) and a yandere chef. Sadly that also means they kicked out the 2 DECENT characters from the first game: Haru & Lee 😐 Sigh what a shame.

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Otome Game Review: Dare ni Demo Ura ga Aru

The game has 2 “routes”. Either teacher route or student route. Obviously if you’re a student it’s the typical otome high school story, but if you’re the teacher you got young boys hitting on you 😆 But anyway…I started out with the student route, Nanako since I figured I’d get the stereotypical story out of the way first. In addition, the 2 characters Momoe and Nanako are also sisters so while doing Nanako’s route I also got to interact with Momoe since they live in the same house and are in the same school. Nanako’s best friend also has a thing for 40 year old men, despite being a high school girl which is pretty creepy. I swear to god someone at AMEDEO has a jiji moe. That’s why they had Yuka end up with that old geezer in Pet Detective Y’s!! 😆 Momoe’s “friend” is just the gym teacher lady, but I’d say it’s more of a co-worker relationship than anything. Anyway on with the usual story/spoilers. Continue reading “Otome Game Review: Dare ni Demo Ura ga Aru”

Otome Game Review: Pet Detective Y’s

I’ve been meaning to play this game ever since I played Amedeo’s other games. This is an all ages game btw, something AMEDEO should just stick to doing honestly (no more juruu’s please xDDD) The heroine of the story is Futaba Yuuka, age 17, who was also Misuzu’s “best friend” character in Kare to Kare no Hazama de. Her uncle owns a pet detective agency and he goes on vacation or something so he asks her to take care of it, as well as the multitute of animals in there. (It’s like a zoo you got cats, hamsters, monkeys birds etc lol) Not to fret though, Yuuka isn’t alone because her uncle left her with his jigolo robot Barious. Apparently he was thrown out so her uncle picked him and uses him to cook/clean and stuff. xD Unfortunately Bari has tendencies to switch to jigolo mode and spray phermones everywhere lmao. And so, Yuuka’s adventures as a pet detective begin! Continue reading “Otome Game Review: Pet Detective Y’s”

Otome Game Review: Kare to Kare White Labyrinth


No video this time because it’s basically the same video as the previous post since they came in a “deluxe” pack of 2 games. Also this is the last otome game rehash review that I have. Any posted in the future will all be new games I’ve played. I’ll also be posting some renai/eroge rehashes as well. Enjoy and thanks for reading! Continue reading “Otome Game Review: Kare to Kare White Labyrinth”

Otome Game Review: Kare to Kare no Hazama De

This is another rehash. The opening of this game is JP’s favorite. 😆 I also love how in this game it’s all ages but there’s still a sex scene!! That’s how all otome games should be! Just for the record the DX pack (and this OP movie) comes also with Kare to Kare White Labyrinth which I will post in a separate post from this one (possibly tomorrow). This game is specifically to the high school arc and the wedding bonus arc. Continue reading “Otome Game Review: Kare to Kare no Hazama De”