Much like other yuri visual novels which take a while to play through, Fatal Twelve is an investment in both time and emotions. And in my opinion, the pay-off is still worth it.Continue reading “Fatal Twelve – Visual Novel Review”
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?
Hey hey hey! Sorry this one is coming out a few days late. Continue reading “Monthly Update #10 | August 2017 – “Midseason Musings for Summer 2017, Visual Novels, Real Life Shenanigans””
Released for English-speaking audiences back in November 2016, Long, Guitars, and the Nashville Skyline is about road trips, music, and romance. What did I think about this yuri visual novel?
(Spoilers in this 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.
Length: Short (2-3 hours)
Lewdness: 3/3 (Lewd – Lots of Lesbian Sex)
Price: 9.99 USD
Summary: Captain Shika and her two loyal crew members are famous throughout the galaxy as mercenaries who always get the job done. When Shika learns about a bounty job that’s offering an incredible amount of money, however, she doesn’t hesitate to drop all her current jobs in order to chase after this once-in-a-lifetime chance. Will Shika and her crew manage to bring their mark, an elusive criminal mastermind, to justice? Continue reading “Sakura Space – Visual Novel Review”