Spiral Memoria -The Summer I Meet Myself- is a game developed by Operahouse Japan, and published by Digimerce. This game was originally released for mobile systems (Android, iOS) in Japan back in the year 2015 and was recently ported over to the Switch console this year.Continue reading “Spiral Memoria – The Summer I Meet Myself – Review (Nintendo Switch)”
COLLAR X MALICE UNLIMITED is the first fandisc of the series Collar x Malice. This FD consists of “After Stories” continuing all the romantic endings of Collar x Malice’s main cast. It also offers extra stories for side characters: Kazuki, Seiji Minegishi, and Hideaki Yoshinari, as well as an alternative story that continues one of Adonis’s bad endings of the first game.Continue reading “Collar x Malice -Unlimited- Review (Nintendo Switch)”
HAKUOKI EDO BLOSSOMS
Release Date: March 13, 2018 (North America)
Developers: Idea Factory, Design Factory
Publishers: Otomate, Idea Factory International
Platforms: PS VITA, Steam (PC)
ESRB Rating: M(Mature)
IRIS SCHOOL OF WIZARDRY ~ VINCULUM HEARTS
Fun Fact: The Nintendo Switch version for Iris School of Wizardry ~ Vinculum Hearts was initially released on August 2, 2018 (Japan). But the game has been around since the year 2014 as a mobile port.
This game’s localized version was originally released May 10, 2017, in PC (Steam) platform and a month later ported to mobile platforms (iOS and Android) in June 12, 2017. D3 Publisher later released the game’s port for the Nintendo Switch platform in August 2018.
BAD APPLE WARS was originally first released on November 19, 2015, Japan. Aksys Games, who’s known for localizing a few Otomate titles in the West initially announced Bad Apple Wars during their panel in 2017’s Anime Expo. The game was supposed to release September 29, 2017 (North America and Europe), but was later pushed to October 13, 2017 due to some delays.
HAKUOKI: KYOTO WINDS
Hakuoki was probably the first English (otome) visual novel I’ve played back in 2012. I have played Demon of the Fleeting Blossom in the PSP and really enjoyed it. In fact, I could never play any other (visual novel) game that has the Shinsengumi’s famous names without incorporating it with my Hakuoki characters, lmao it just doesn’t feel right. LOL Please tell me I’m not the only Hakuoki fan that feels this way!
AYAKASHI KOI GIKYOKU
Release Date: August 2, 2018 (North America)
Developers: OperaHouse Inc.
Publishers: OperaHouse Inc., DIGIMERCE
Platforms: Nintendo Switch
ESRB Rating: M(Mature)