It’s been over a year since the Day7US Twitter account has been active and I was worried that they had stopped localising their games completely. Thankfully those fears were dispelled when the account tweeted earlier in September a sneak peek of their latest game – Wannabe Challenge. I noticed on their Twitter the game is marketed… Continue reading Day7 Announces New Otome Wannabe Challenge
Sifting Thyme is a mobile otome game by Nochi Studios. In the game you play as a nameable female or male protagonist who joins an elite culinary school. While at first quite nervous of joining a year behind the rest of your cohort you quickly settle in with a little help from the school’s three most… Continue reading Sifting Thyme Otome Review – Cooking Up a Romance!
The indie game scene is such an exciting and dynamic area, so whenever I get a chance to chat to a developer I always feel very excited to hear about their experiences. Today, TwoHappyCats had the opportunity to interview Bob Conway (bobcgames), developer of the stand out hit Yearning: A Gay Story, also known as YAGS. YAGS is a coming-out… Continue reading Interview with YAGS Developer Bob Conway
Sword Princess Amaltea is an upcoming visual novel by Natalia Batista and Senpai Media Group. The game is based on a manga of the same name by Natalia, that flips traditional fairy tale tropes. In Sword Princess Amaltea, it’s the princesses that do the saving, and no princess is more kickass than Amaltea herself. Besides Sword… Continue reading Interview with Manga Artist & Game Dev Natalia Batista
Death Mark is the first in an intended series of Spirit Hunter games. The game was developed by Experience and originally released on almost all consoles in Japan in 2017. In 2019 Aksys Games released the game in English for Switch, PS4, PS Vita and Steam. You play as a man who wakes up in a mansion… Continue reading Death Mark VN Review & Limited Edition Unboxing
In December last year Aniplex launched their own visual novel brand ANIPLEX.EXE. The new brand came with two visual novels as its helm – ATRI: My Dear Moments and Adabana Odd Tales. Yesterday, a demo for both of these games was released on Steam*. Both games feature Japanese voice acting and English, Japanese, Traditional and Simplified… Continue reading Adabana Odd Tales Demo Review
Earlier this year, on Valentine’s Day in fact, Otome Romance ( formerly known as Voltage Inc.) announced a brand new game. Ayakashi: Romance Reborn definitely caught the attention of all otome fans, with incredible art, an interesting premise and a kickass heroine. In April, I had the opportunity to interview the game director of the localised Ayakashi: Romance… Continue reading Interview with the Localised Game Director of Ayakashi: Romance Reborn
After the release of Eugen Wainwright in Lost Alice, many fans thought the story was over (including me). This was because when a new character is released, the NTT Solmare often teases the next character in the ‘character selection’ screen. I’ve also noticed a significant dip in the quality of the stories since the Grimm trio.… Continue reading Lost Alice is Moving to Story Jar
I usually aim to post these round ups at the end of the month, however, I’m currently on holiday. It’s kind of hard to keep up with all the happenings, so I figured I’d post this one a bit early and if I miss anything over the next 5 or so days, they can go in the June round up. So, with that explained, let’s check out the otome happenings for May 2019.
Morningdew Farms: A Gay Farming Game is the latest project from Y Press Games. I have previously covered their projects My Magical Demon Lover and To Trust an Incubus (demo). In Morningdew Farms you play as 28 year old Cody who has just moved into his run down family farm. Thankfully, his sister lives just next door and is more than… Continue reading Morningdew Farms Demo Review