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”
I’m ready for 2018 to be over.
But for now we just have to settle with being about halfway done with November.
Fall 2018 Midseason Musings
Hopefully I get this out by today or tomorrow. I’m actually not following watching the biggest, most popular shows this season so that means this upcoming post might be more boring for some, sorry…
Catch-Up Time Continues
Same song and dance. I might…start from November since the backlog is nuts by now…? But right now I’m not sure. Please don’t resent if that’s the case. We don’t have enough hours in the day to do everything we want and I feel awful not reading and interacting with what other bloggers are writing and sharing so I might have to compromise ;___;
Yuri Visual Novels
I might not be able to get some reviews out this week, but I plan on getting back on-track playing and reviewing visual novels about gay girls soon! Even as my numbers drop because this is something that needs to be done!!
Thanks for reading! 🌸
I actually spent a few minutes waiting for Razz to tweet about this when I first spotted the Steam announcement of the Steam Store Page being up, but then I figured Razz wouldn’t be too upset if I helped promote this upcoming visual novel…
We only have two-thirds of the year left! Time has sort of flew by for 2018, hasn’t it? Continue reading “Monthly Update #23 | September 2018 – Regular Scheduling, Visual Novels, Personal Projects”
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?
We’re almost halfway into the year, wow.
It’s finally the day of reckoning! Here are my answers to your lovely questions!