Wolf Tails, the latest visual novel published by Razzart Visual is a short but sweet story involving two wolf-girls.
ebi-hime, with the help of talented artist Melowbee and skilled composer Mock Off, has released a visual novel that’s about virtual idols, cosplaying, and friendship! What did The Lily Garden think about her latest release?
A quarter of the year is now gone, folks.
Well, delayed until Tuesday, at least.
Usually I have the episode at least recorded and ready to go by Sunday evening, but that simply isn’t feasible this week given that I have to go to work very early tomorrow since I need to see the doctor to address some bleeding that has been, um, ongoing for nearly a year. Very irresponsible of me, I know. Maybe the diagnosis won’t be too bad.
Having a somewhat consistent schedule was fun (and stressful), but I really, really think I need to get back to playing and reviewing yuri visual novels. I actually feel terrible that this was how I ended a week that was supposed to be provide daily content, by the way. Sorry.
I can guarantee a Top 5 List post every Monday at the very least (excluding tomorrow, however, since it’s late and I have nothing). Hopefully I can churn out other content in addition to weekly visual novels, but no guarantees.
Lastly, I tried to cover the ED for SAO GGO (otherwise known as the ending song for Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online, “To See the Future”). And no, the piano work isn’t by me (no time to caress the ivory lately). My skills with the piano have really declined these days, anyways, haha. If you want to challenge your tolerance for bad singing, then give it a listen. Thanks in advance!
I hope you all have a wonderful week~
As a means to apologize for disappearing last week after Wednesday. Real life was really rough.
Also, I’m sorry about not publishing the post for The Lily Podcast sooner, but it’ll be out at the usual time Monday posts usually pop out (4 AM PST = 7 AM EST = 12 PM UTC).
Not really much to say, I guess. I’m sad that my monthly numbers are down compared to that of last month’s, but it’s probably because I didn’t do series reviews for the Winter 2018 shows. I got sucked into a video game as all of those shows were ending and then I felt like I missed my chance to say what I wanted to say, haha.
Hopefully I can get all of these posts pre-planned and scheduled so I can spend my time after work playing yuri visual novels. I guess we’ll see.
Still gotta catch up on blog posts, as usual. But what else is new?
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.
We’re past the first month of 2018, everybody!