JP title: 美少女万華鏡 -呪われし伝説の少女-
Bob, just listen to me. LISTEN. I have this idea for an eroge. Okay, you ready for this? So there’s this girl, right? Who’s a vampire. You following me so far? And she’s all cute and wears her hair in twintails. Dudes love twintails, trust me. Okay, so she’s a vampire, but get this… instead of blood… she sucks YOUR DICK
GAME OF THE YEAR
OF ALL TIME
TEN OUTTA TEN
JP title: 逆転裁判6
Honestly, Spirit of Justice should have just been called Apollo Justice 2. Because that’s really what it is. Putting that aside, though, this is actually a pretty solid addition to the franchise. At the very least, I found it to be a more enjoyable entry than the colossal disappointment that was Dual Destinies.
If Xenoblade is the high-profile, must-play Wii JRPG everyone tells you to try, Arc Rise Fantasia is the underrated gem that time forgot.
It’s also hard as fuck. Jesus Christ.
Dies irae: Song to the Witch is the second light novel spinoff to Dies irae (the first one being Wolfsrudel, which I have yet to read) and was written by Fujii Sanda, with insert illustrations by Minatogawa Kazuomi, the artist for the Dies irae manga adaptation. As clearly implied by G Yuusuke’s beautiful cover art, the novel features Rusalka and Beatrice as its two main heroines, and chronicles their exploits in the United States of 1962, where they face off against a mysterious new foe: the powerful witch known as Marilyn Monroe.
JP title: ありそうでNASA荘
This is an updated repost of my earlier review of the manga. Back when I first wrote about it, only volumes 1 and 2 were out, so now that all four volumes are out and the story is officially concluded, I figured I’d do a fresh post instead of constantly updating/rewriting the old one.
JP title: 相州戦神館學園 万仙陣
That awkward moment when you keep calling the first game “Senshinkan” and then a sequel comes out and forces you to type out Hachimyoujin to differentiate between the two. I don’t like typing out Hachimyoujin. Anyway, so Bansenjin is the sequel/fandisc to the first Senshinkan game. It adds an entirely new storyline, some cool new characters, and – of course – a healthy dose of fanservice, ranging from pleasantly heartwarming to absolutely ridiculous (in a good way, of course).
Well, this is a solid example of an otherwise decent game swiftly going downhill due to a certain story reveal. When I started Star Ocean 3, I was having a blast — by the time I got to the final dungeon, I just wanted my suffering to end. Oh well. The game was still overall okay.
But fuck me, that twist.