The planets are aligned! Compile Heart made a good game! You better savour it, as this doesn’t happen often!
It has been a while since the last time I reviewed a licensed game, but this is an interesting one: An adaptation of a nearly forgotten anime series, produced and published by FuRyu and developed by a mysterious developed (the end credits claim that its by Now Productions, but their website beg to differ), sounds pretty obscure and tragic already. NICE!
I’m not very into the Senran Kagura series. Most of the characters, story and designs just don’t work for me, but first and foremost, the gameplay was just boring. Therefore, it’s only fair for the first Senran game that I’ve ever review to be the one without any story or gameplay whatsoever! Behold: Senran Kagura, in its purest Hentai fan-service form!
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I saved something very special for my last 2017 video: Danball Senki! I love this series, but for whatever reason, it never got enough love outside Japan – The perfect subject for me! But is this sequel any good? Well, it was made by Level-5, and they can do no wrong! Right?
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absurdly retarded shit on consoles, too! But let’s leave the past shittiness behind to appreciate the elegant craziness of Exile Election.
This new Visual Novel by Nippon Ichi and Regista is a good reminder for why I still give a go to this genre on consoles, even though it has been 2 years ever since I’ve stopped “playing” their PC counterpart (A.K.A. Eroge) because of how utterly stupid the big majority of them are! Granted, there’re still some
This will probably be this year’s last Shameless Review, so nothing more appropriate than closing it with the Hentai King of consoles: “Compile Heart”! In this new RPG adventure, they not only borrow the powers of Oppai, but they got all the Oshiri, too!
Legend of Legacy so many times on my Alliance Alive Review, I guess it was just a matter of time until I get to this game here. Scarlet Grace is the true successor to the SaGa series, but it has been almost one years since its release in Japan, and it managed to go all this time almost unnoticed and with no signs of a localization coming anytime soon. But why? Maybe I can shed some light on that…