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!
We’re talkin’ numbers today, folks! This post is about a few random stats from this humble blog and is sort of a top 5 list!
Originally released in August 2015 on Steam, Asphyxia is a visual novel where the main character, Samantha, has a single day to repair her relationship with her best friend, Lillian. But is it too late? And is this visual novel worth playing?
2017 is almost over. It’s been a long, long year and I’m happy it’s over. Not that a new year brings a new life, but I want to pretend it does.
In an attempt to provide more options for voiced Japanese visual novels, I started playing through older titles. Is Amaranto worth your time?
Today we visit an outdated, incomplete game from 2010. Is it worth your time?
ebi-hime’s newest visual novel was released last week. Does her latest work live up to the hype?