Summary: Despite the fact that the current (in-story) era is one in which magic is both authentic and flourishing, Orihara Ayako remains the single member of the Occult Research Club. Determined to not let her club be shut down due to a lack of members, Ayako tries to look into the Seven Wonders of the Academy for proof that the Occult isn’t something to be scoffed at. However, she ends up accidentally encountering a genuine ghost! Could this be the break Ayako needs to save her club?
Released towards the end of July 2018, Heaven Will Be Mine is a queer visual novel focused on three complicated and confused women who pilot giant mechas.
After nearly a two year wait, Flowers -Le volume sur ete- (the highly anticipated sequel to Flowers -Le volume sur printemps-) was made readily available to Western audiences. How does the second installment compare to the original?
Released almost two months ago for the English-speaking audience (thanks to Fruitbat Factory), SeaBed is a unique yuri visual novel that is both emotionally provoking and atmospheric. You’d be ill-advised to skip out on this one if you like yuri or visual novels.
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”
We’re about to hit the halfway point for 2017, folks! Do you all see the glass as half-empty or half-full? Continue reading “Monthly Update #8 | June 2017 – Series Reviews, Episodic Reviews for Summer 2017, More Editiorals (?), ETC”
Released for English audiences in Early 2016, this is another yuri visual novel that takes place in a religious school.
(Spoilers in this review) Continue reading “Sacrament of the Zodiac: The Confused Sheep and The Tamed Wolf – Visual Novel Review”
I feel weird posting about this when April is less than 10 days away. Continue reading “Mini-Blog Update”
It seems like I’ll be continuing this series, yay! I guess it should be labeled as a playthrough series, huh?