Otome game review: Wishes in Pen: Chrysanthemums in August (Demo)

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Hello everyone! Wishes in Pen: Chrysanthemums in August is an otome game by Lunaniere which had a successful kickstarter last year and is currently on the works. This review will focus on the demo.

Lunaniere actually contacted me quite a while ago (around August 2018) to ask for a review of their demo but, since I was a bit busy at the time, I told them it’d probably take me a while. I didn’t expect it would take me this long, though, so I apologize for the wait!

The MC is a young woman from modern Tokyo who works as a fashion designer and goes on a business trip to Kyoto for a fashion event. However, she just isn’t happy with her work and wishes she could live another life… Who would have thought that her wish would come true in the most unimaginable way possible?

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Thriller-romance Visual novel review: Dead Wishes

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Hello everyone! Dead Wishes is a recent game that was released on itch.io on December 2018 after an extremely successful kickstarter campaign. It’ll soon be available for Steam as well! Before I begin, I wanted to say thank you very much to Violet for giving me a key to the game to review! ❤

After the death of their parents, the protagonist has suffered from depression for over a year and hasn’t been doing anything but stay at their apartment in solitude. However, an eviction notice from the landlady will force them into action. Upon this desperate situation, what will the MC do? Will they find a job or live on the streets? Become a criminal or take care of a couple of dysfunctional sisters? Join the mafia or the church?

NOTE: Even though this game isn’t strictly otome, I will tag it as such since the protagonist is non-binary and, thus, the player can give them the gender they prefer (so, in my case, I always imagined them to be female). Also, TRIGGER WARNING; this game is marked as NSFW because it has a lot of violence, sexual themes, and psychological horror (but not graphic sexual content) and most of it is directed towards the main character (MC), so keep that in mind.

As always, if you don’t wanna be spoiled, just head to conclusive thoughts.

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Otome game review: Psychedelica of the Black Butterfly

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Five people get trapped inside a strange mansion full of monsters with no recollection of who they are nor what their past might be. Each one of them has a cellphone with a single message that serves as a clue to find a way out of the manor and solve the mystery of their amnesia. Will they succeed or stay trapped forever?

Hello everyone! Time for the first review of the year! I was a bit slow with most of 2018’s console otome games so that’s why I’m reviewing them a bit late. I even plan to make a review on Period Cube eventually even though it’s been more than a year for that one lol. But, anyway, let’s begin!

NOTE: Beware, there’s a lot of ranting (and swearing) 😆 . Remember this is my opinion and you don’t necessarily have to agree with it. As always, if you don’t wanna be spoiled, just head to conclusive thoughts.

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Otome game review: Kitty Love ~My Way To Look For Love~

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Hello everyone! I’m back with a brand new review! This one is a bit special since it was a request from DIGIMERCE themselves in exchange for playing their game, and it made me so happy!! I know sometimes game developers/companies give out codes for people to play their games in exchange for feedback but, gosh, I never thought there’d be a day when I was asked to do this and it made me feel really flattered, especially when being a blogger is a hobby, so a big thank you to DIGIMERCE who was very kind to give me a code!

NOTE: Remember there are spoilers in this review so, if you want to avoid them, just head to conclusive thoughts!

Let’s begin!

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Comedy-Horror Otome game review: XOXO Blood Droplets (Expanded Demo)

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Hello everyone! It’s been a while since my last post, but here I am with a brand new review. XOXO Blood Droplets is a spin-off of the hilarious comedy dating-sim XOXO Droplets (where the only horror is in failing to get a wonderful jerk- boyfriend by making everyone at school hate you, resulting in a game over).

You play as JB, a cocky guy-loving girl who desperately wants to get a boyfriend…even if he’s a serial killer.

Let’s begin!

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Otome game review: 7’Scarlet

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Ichiko is a college student whose brother has disappeared in a town called Okunezato a year before the story begins. Her childhood friend, Hino, joins a Supernatural club from a website that discusses the mysteries surrounding the town. The club hosts an offline meetup in Okunezato and Hino suggests Ichiko to go investigate her brother’s disappearance.

Hello everyone! It’s been a while since my last review, but I really wanted to review this game because I have a lot to say about it. As always, if you don’t wanna be spoiled, just head to conclusive thoughts. Also, beware because this review has swearing 😆

Let’s begin!!

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Otome game review: Mystic Messenger

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What would you do if someone asked you to return a phone to an apartment in order to access a messenger app or if they asked you to play a game at their organization without knowing where it is? Sounds scary, right? Welp, but guess what? You need to do it anyway if you don’t want to get a bad end and play the characters’ routes 😆 Meet the RFA gang and organize a party to raise money for charity!!

It’s definitely been a while since this game was released, but since they added 2 new routes I decided I finally wanted to make a review on it.

NOTE: This review contains spoilers (yes, including V’s and Ray’s route) so read at your own risk. If you want to avoid them, though, just jump to “conclusive thoughts”.

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