That’s right, it’s time once again for me to sell some more Steam cards to Russian money launderers and play some more PC otome games! I had bought this game as usual during one of the regular Steam sales…and didn’t realize that the next Taisho Alice game had come out recently as well. So next time that one is also available for like seven cents I’ll also pick it up, but for now it’s just Cinderella and Little (Big?) Red Riding Hood. This one’ll be shorter than usual since it’s only covering two routes out of full game, and again as usual I’ll include spoilers because this game came out like 5 years ago.
Welp this is the fandisk to Shiro to Kuro no Alice. It wasn’t good, so this will be a brief review.
In my continuation of Operahouses’s kusoge ports, I’ve finally crawled through (at snail speed) the Charming Empire. As usual, there’s an English version available on Steam but I played the Vita port with some new derpy CGs and bonus scenarios. An empire princess named Kousaka Amane has been living her whole life in the boonies with grandma and grandpa. One day her emperor oniichan orders her to be taken to his European style mansion (in the Taisho era 😂) where she will be forced to learn the ways of royalty so she can become a fit wife and queen. When Amane begs grandma and grandpa to save her they just look away and wave goodbye 😂😂. She gets bored of this shitty life of being locked up studying in her room all day so she finds a hidden exit to outside the mansion and uses it to run into town and meet some hot taisho ikemans. Continue reading “Otome Game Review: Teikoku no Kareido －Kakumei no Rondoー”
Our story centers around 2 twin sisters, Airi and Luna. Luna lives in the Black World ruling over it as the queen while Airi lives in the White World, aka on earth, where she’s your average boring high school girl. Due to Luna unable to contain her “Alice” powers the 2 of them are swapped in order to keep the Black World from collapsing.