True to their word, Kuro Irodoru Yomiji (the developer behind Ne no Kami and other games) made sure to include the setting from Sacrament of the Zodaic, an earlier visual novel that wasn’t quite as poignant as Ne no Kami, within both parts of Ne no Kami. It’ll be spoilers if I elaborate any further, but I always love seeing developers and creatives tie several series or stories together in order to create a larger, more vibrant world.
Originally released late December 2016, the sequel to Ne no Kami has recently been localized. Does it live up to the hype? Continue reading “Ne no Kami – The Two Princess Knights of Kyoto Part 2 Review”
Originally released in Aug 2015, Ne no Kami – The Two Princess Knights of Kyoto was recently localized by Denpasoft and Sekai Project. The Indiegogo backers received their copies back in September, but the game was publically released a few days ago. How does this yuri VN about Japanese mythology and love fare? Continue reading “Ne no Kami – The Two Princess Knights of Kyoto Review”
With a new month comes a chance for me to try something different. Lately I’ve been just been pushing out reviews (along with an occasional award nomination or two), which is fine since that’s the only reason most people will visit this blog. However, I think I should be giving my dear readers an idea of where I’m going with these reviews.
I was just curious about people’s stances about series reviews. To give some context, I’m trying to put out at least one series review a week so visitors of my blog aren’t bored of my minimal content. This week, for example, I wrote about Yuuki Yuuna. I watched it back in Dec 2015 and I still remember nearly everything that happens within said show, so I felt confident in my statements and critique. Continue reading “Question about Series Reviews, Plans for Visual Novel Reviews, and Real Life Update”