Otome Game Review: drastic Killer

The creators of the infamous bishie moan game Duel Love bring us this PS2 masterpiece! The game begins with some random voice asking you a survey which determines the heroine, Tachibana Toko’s character personality. Suddenly some dude with long hair takes her through a mirror to some kind of a grave. When she gets there she gets some new clothes and her hair grows longer. He then informs her that she’s a candidate for the position of queen and must marry one of the bishie princes of this world \( ^o^)/ . He also informs her that her real father is from this land of Inollad and that she’s got special powers sleeping inside of her. When they try to awaken her powers they fail and are returned back to earth, but not before blowing up the statue of the legendary goddess. The dude tells Toko that if she starts experiencing weird things or getting marks on her skin, to let him know immediately and he disappears. In order to get to the bottom of things, Toko must now sexually harass some hot mans to while trying to make it through high school!
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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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