Category Archives: visual novel

Blog Anniversary: 2019 Games in Review

2019 was a good year for games, although I have yet to play the majority of them. Especially regarding otoge. The good news is that I have a ton of titles to play this year though! My biggest hurdle was the costs of studying abroad I had to scrounge together for 2020. It was a close call. My health deteriorated so badly my doctor told me to stop working because it would cause another flare up. After getting my next paycheck, I had to explain the situation to my boss. She was so incredibly understanding but I nearly broke down and cried in front of her. That job was all I had. So I sold most of my possessions, applied to every scholarship available and started doing freelance work. And I made it. If I clear the next application process, I’ll be on my way to studying abroad! That’s not to say I didn’t buy anything because I most definitely did. I had to be selective though. My family was also unbelievably sweet, getting me a copy of Death Stranding and my brother even got me Pokemon Sword for Christmas. In the process of culling what I had, I focused on my backlog. Most of what I played were games I received as gifts or were from said backlog. The rest were purchases made while I was working and didn’t have to worry about my finances until this crap happened.

New Otoge

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Otome Game Review: Code Realize ~ Wintertide Miracles ~

Intro: Following the events of Future Blessings, Cardia and her brother Finis are now enjoying a peaceful life together in Wales…but could there be something more in London for Cardia? 

Final Thoughts below:

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Snag Some Otome Games this Valentine’s Day 💕

Whether you have someone special to celebrate Valentine’s Day with or not, never forget that you deserve the very best. So how about some sweet, sweet ikemen buns?

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But whose buns are the best? I’m glad you asked.

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Otome Game Review: London Detective Mysteria

Intro: When noblewoman Emily Whiteley successfully helps find Queen Victoria’s cat, she is given a ring (signifying her title as a true 探偵) and enrolled into the prestigious Harrington Academy. Thus begins her adventures of studying to become a detective with the renowned Holmes Jr. and Watson Jr! But trouble lurks in every shadowy alley in London, for every secret needs its hiding place. As Emily and her butler, Pendleton, search for clues regarding the death of her parents, she’s about to uncover more than she ever expected to. 

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Otome Game Review: Psychedelica of the Black Butterfly

Intro: An amnesiac girl falls into a monster-infested world where several boys with the same affliction live in a mansion to survive. They adopt the names above their doors, and the girl becomes ‘Beniyuri.’ During all of this, they receive text messages ordering them to “complete the kaleidoscope.” Who sent this message? What is the kaleidoscope? And just who is everyone in this mansion?

Final thoughts below:

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Otome Game Review: Code Realize~Future Blessings

Intro: This fandisk takes place during and after some events of the first game, Guardian of Rebirth, so if you’re new to the series, don’t start here. This attempts to create a resolution for the cast, but unfortunately Otomate pulled a clickbait. You thought your bae would get their due? Haha. No.

Final Thoughts Below:

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Blog Anniversary: 2017 Games In Review

2017 was a surprising year!

Some companies screwed themselves over *coughE2cough* while others proved otoge localizations are possible-if only fans continue to support and not shit on them by pirating.

So let’s see the Drama Cds, Otoge, and Visual Novels I experienced this year!

And review what’s in store for Otoge players in 2018!!

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