Otome Game Review: Wand of Fortune II ~Jikuu ni Shizumu Mokushiroku~

Following the normal end of the first game, here’s the sequel to Wand of Fortune. Unfortunately for players of the first game, this game wants you to forget and/or pretend most of the events in the first game never happened. Story is Bilal is on his way back to his country so everyone’s taking a memorial photo together. So then Edgar goes to take the photo with his magnifying glass (which is apparently also a camera) but as usual he screws up and his magnifier goes out of control. Suddenly Lulu finds herself lost in a forest with some guy who sounds like the mask in the Solomon item shop. He names himself Persona and his sleepy friend Solomon help her find the rest of her friends. She meets Fatta Morgana face to face and he explains that they’ve been thrown into the past because of Lulu’s fail magic and Edgar’s magnifier. On top of this, Lulu’s magical wand breaks! Solomon tells them they need to gather memory stones in order to return back to the FORTUNE FUTURE! He gives Lulu a sailor moon prism power makeup compact to use in the meantime until she can gather enough elemental stones. Unfortunately they also find out that they’ve jumped back right before the  start of the Great Latium War.

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Otome Game Review: VitaminZ Graduation

This is the fandisk to the original VitaminZ game and takes place immediately before and continues up until way after the A4 & P2 graduate. Additional bonuses also include some individual “after” endings for the GTR and R+ as well. The story is it’s now the time right before the guys are about to graduate but the B6 decide to go off on vacation for 3 months so now the graduation has to be handled by Manami and the GTR.

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Otome Game Review: Wand of Fortune ~Mirai e no Prologue~ Portable

Well here’s the fandisk to Wand of Fortune. Plot is pretty thin – some new kid with a magnifying glass runs around trying to update his newspaper but he sucks at magic just like Lulu…who is busy bawwing that she can’t handle her new all-property powers. There’s also a short story about shipping Cynthia with Matthew.

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Otome Game Review: Wand of Fortune Portable

So I made a promise to some friends to play this game and we coined ourselves the #WOFSufferingTeam. Unfortunately it seems like the other 2 were casualties of the draggy system and so far I’m the only survivor who managed to fully complete the game. 😆 So anyway, our heroine Lulu’s granny gave her a magic wand when she was a loli and ever since that day Lulu decided to become a mage. She enrolls in a magic academy called Mills Claire and she must train hard in order to pass the final exam. So basically it’s like this game but without the porn.

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Otome Game Review: Hyakki Yakou ~Kaidan Romance~

And so this is the next game in Quin Rose’s Kaidan Romance series. The game is pretty much similar to Oumagatoki in setting but takes place at a school a few miles away with a different cast. This time our heroine is Tatsuta Ui who is the daughter and heir of a very powerful dragon youkai family. Unfortunately her parents wanted a male heir so now to them she’s just a baby maker until they find an appropriate suitor. Due to this Ui’s been pressured to act like the “proper daughter” being miss perfect, getting good grades and acting like a “princess”. Her parents married for political reasons and most of the time her father ignores her existence so she wasn’t exactly raised with a loving family. This has caused her to basically develop a fake personality but deep down inside she just wants to be a badass. On top of this, she broke a rule by taking a human and turning him into a zombie. For this she has received punishment which causes her to to suffer fevers, on top of the fact that she can’t control her strong fire ability. Continue reading “Otome Game Review: Hyakki Yakou ~Kaidan Romance~”