You read that title right. At long last, the online game Touken Ranbu Online will be released in English! The English release will be available from 23 February on the PC Gaming Platform Johren and will be free-to-play. For those unfamiliar with Johren, they were founded in July 2020 and their website johren.net features other… Continue reading Touken Ranbu Online English Release coming February 2021
The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters is a Korean horror survival game by indie developers Devespresso games. While the game is a sequel, you can play it standalone. Just like it’s predecessor, the game follows a young high school student who has made their way into ‘The Coma’. The Coma is a seperate plane of existence where the… Continue reading The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters Review – Sleep With One Eye Open
Coming hot off the exhilarating experience that was Death Mark, I was more than ready to jump into its sequel Spirit Hunter: NG. In this game you play as Akira Kijima, a sullen young man with a complicated family history. When his young cousin is spirited away by a spirit doll named Kakuya, Kijima is… Continue reading Spirit Hunter: NG Visual Novel Review
Void Terrarium, also known as void tRrLM(); //, is a roguelike game released by NIS America earlier this month on the Nintendo Switch and PS4. In the game, the world has become overrun by toxic fungi. In a bid to save themselves, humanity retreated underground, but that only delayed the inevitable. You play as a… Continue reading Void Terrarium Review – One Small Robot against One Big World
I have always loved the idea of farm simulation games. Raising crops and animals from the comfort of your own home – just enjoying the good life, without the actual work. It’s the height of relaxation. But, after trying so many different games, I become so relaxed I get bored! The simple satisfaction of growing… Continue reading Rune Factory 4: Special Review: How Many Hours Have I Played This!?
When ‘The Caligula Effect’ first released in the West in May 2017, responses were mixed. Towards the end of 2017, a ‘plus’ version was announced, promising enhanced visuals, new characters (including a female MC) and an entirely new story route. About a year and a half later, FuRyu (Japan) and NIS America (EU & US),… Continue reading The Caligula Effect: Overdose Review: Trapped in a Digital World
Sakura Tempest is an upcoming Boys Love Visual Novel from German indie developers D-KET. The game opens with Shotaro Osaka’s first day in high school, and it’s an eventful one that’s for sure. After knocking over the school’s infamous delinquent, getting scolded by the student council president and reuniting with an old childhood friend, it’s no… Continue reading Sakura Tempest Boys Love VN Demo Review
Visual novel localisation company MangaGamer has announced the official release date of upcoming otome game Steam Prison. The game will be released on the 14 February 2019, on both the MangaGamer website and Steam. The game will be available to play on Windows 7, 8 and 10, with Japanese voices and English text. Steam Prison was developed… Continue reading Steam Prison Release Date Announced!
In December of last year, indie developers Moral Anxiety Studios released their second game, Tales From Windy Meadow. You may remember me mentioning them on my blog, as in February, of the same year, I interviewed them about the game and development process. The game follows three characters who live in the village Windy Meadow, the game… Continue reading Tales From Windy Meadow Game Review
DeareaD inc. is a mobile otome company that began translating their games in March last year. Currently, they have 10 otome games available ranging from stories about robots to ninjas! Their games are free, and each day you receive 5 free story tickets, you can upgrade this to 8 story tickets if you watch a… Continue reading DeareaD has released OTOME Romance Box