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Otome Game Review: NightShade/ Hyakka Hyakurou Sengoku Ninpou-chou

Intro:  When Oda Nobunaga went to war, the Iga and Koga clans joined forces. Enju Ueno is the daughter of their unification. She desires to become useful to her clan by becoming a full-fledged shinobi. One day, Enju and her friends are requested to go to Kyo and locate Goemon Ishikawa, a notorious thief. However, she gets tangled up in the King’s murder. Her father disowns her and she becomes the stepping stone for the Council of Five Elders. For whoever kills her becomes Hideyoshi’s guardian and the most powerful man in the land.

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Otome Game: Shall We Date? Guilty Alice Review

Intro: Yui finds a glass heart in a shop and fucking breaks it. Turns out it’s the Queen of Wonderland’s special ❤ and now she must die. Cheshire proposes Yui can make a replacement so Queen Ruber gives her 1 month to create a <3. The only way to do so is to fall in love. Ruber gives Yui a harem of bachelors to choose from and when Yui falls asleep, she goes to Wonderland, known as an “Alice”, the foreigner.

There are 16 chapters and 3 endings for all the characters except Bill, who has 11 chapters. 

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Why We Should Appreciate Otome Game Heroines

If you’ve ever played an otoge, the main attraction is no doubt the selection of ikeman you’re able to feast upon. These ikeman are dubbed “Capturables.”

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Otome Game Review: Princess Arthur

Intro: A twist on Arthurian legend where a girl is chosen to become King of Britain when she draws the Holy Sword. Alu’s brother, Kay, is a Knight hoping to be King. He shits bricks when she draws the sword (┛◉Д◉)┛彡┻━┻ . After her first battle, there is a ball, and whoever escorts Alu is the route you diverge onto. 

This is the mobile port of the PSP game.

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Otome Game Review: Code: Realize~Guardian of Rebirth~

No spoilers.

Code: Realize is a visual novel, and an otome game, where romance plays a strong role in the story. Thankfully, the romance is tastefully and meaningfully included such that even straight dudes can enjoy this ( I say this because so many straight guys who label themselves as such are worried this won’t interest them). Code Realize is also one of my favorite games and one I would recommend without reservations to anyone interested in a grand, sweeping story.

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