Steins;Gate 0 was advertised as the true-sequel to the original Steins;Gate story-line, which is a huge lie, but it’s still a fascinating read that reveals many secrets behind the complicated plot in the first installment. It’s also interesting to note that this is actually an adaptation of a light novel series, because when it’s about Visual Novels and adaptations, it’s usually the other way around. But, not to worry! There is an anime adaptation coming soon, which will restore the balance in the Visual Novel realm! But for now: Here’s the video game version!
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Net High – when a person become overly-positive and active, and starts to act like it is “High”.
It makes sense! This was probably how the developers were feeling when they created this game! But in this case, this would actually be a good thing! Because Net High is the best Marvelous game I’ve played since Muramasa Rebirth, and that one was actually by Vanillaware! Anyway! This is a bizarre and yet fantastic game that MIGHT be coming to the US soon! So, give a look at all the wonderful absurdity that is the JP version!
It has been a long time since I’ve played a game like this, and it was so troublesome! But that’s ok! I was able to hack my PSTV, and now that I officially gave a middle finger to the whitelist, I was finally able to take some footage from this odd Galge! Was it worth the trouble? Well, see for yourself!
The original Utawarerumono was a serious tale about war and conquest with tragic developments. I could even compare it to Lord of the Rings or even “A Song of Ice and Fire” (Although George Martin’s novels have more “H-scenes” than the actual Eroge). Itsuwari no Kamen, however, is more of a comedic story, with more female characters than recent Aquaplus RPGs and a lot more of fan-service. All of this combined with a protagonist that is a magnet for troubles involving baths and naked women. Sacrifices were made in favor of those “Galge” antics, as seem that all the RPG gameplay that’s left is very simplistic and lacks depth. But this game is still bound to please fans…probably! Either way, I wouldn’t recommend it! And here’s why:
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I love Steins;Gate! I have such good memories from watching the anime and the game! Which is why I hope for the actual sequel to be nothing like this spin-off! I wasn’t exactly expecting a cute love story out of Steins;Gate, but this seems to be the fate of every game from the science adventure series. At least Hiyoku Renri no Darling didn’t suck! Well, not too much!
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Code: Embryo. The amnesic “watashi” (who is totally not Nine from Blazblue) explores another dimmension in search for her “imouto” (who is totally not Celica from Blazblue). This chapter shall be remembered as the Genesis of the Blazblue universe!…Totally!
In this episode, we watch the end of the epic saga that started two years ago with
Even for the infamous genre of Visual Novels, Infinite Loop is an odd game, which is why I took an interest in it! I believe even the most hardcore fans of the genre are unfamiliar with this little PSP game, which doesn’t come as a surprise to me. You see, even with the giant Nippon Ichi behind it, Infinite Loop never did too well in Japanese stores. Thus, it didn’t got a localization. Nevertheless, I had this game in my radar for over 5 years, and it’s time to undo the seal and finally play this peculiar title!