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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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 😆
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Hey everyone, this is otometantei with a brand new review! This time it’s Bad Apple Wars’ turn, an otome game that came out last October.
The story starts with our protagonist, Rinka, dying after being hit by a car. She then arrives to a NEVAEH Academy, a school for those whose souls were left behind after death (kinda like Angel Beats). At the school entrance ceremony, she witnesses some kind of war between the DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE (formed by teachers and prefects) and the BAD APPLES (rebellious students who break the rules and refuse to be part of the “good apples”). Which side will Rinka choose?
Note: This review contains spoilers so read at your own risk. If you want to avoid them, though, just jump to “conclusive thoughts”.
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Hello, everyone!! Woah, it’s definitely been a while since I last posted. The reason is…life, I guess 😆 Sometimes, stuff happens and you just don’t feel like posting or you don’t really know what to post. There are some reviews, in fact, that I have half-written but need to get to them so that I can finally post them (for instance, Period Cube’s one of them, but I’m missing the last route and, tbh, I’m not looking forward to it at all). In the end, I decided to post about Danganronpa V3 collector edition’s unboxing (I’ll be reviewing this game as well since I have A LOT to say about it – both good and bad).
Anyway, without further ado, enjoy the unboxing!!
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Odin Sphere is a frame story that begins with a little girl called Alice, who reads a series of books in the attic from her house (with the company of her cat Socrates). Each book has a different character as the protagonist and, thus, tells a different story but set in the same world. What world, you may ask? Well, an RPG wouldn’t be and RPG if it didn’t take place in a fantasy world, right? And what’s better than that fantasy world (called Erion) containing a lot of Norse mythology! Be prepared to immerse yourself in the world of Alice’s books!
Note: This review contains mild spoilers but if you still want to avoid them just jump to “conclusive thoughts”.
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First of all let me apologize for taking so long to review this game. I started playing in JANUARY, not kidding, and only recently got to finish Lupin’s route so it’s been waaaay too long. Then life happened, haha, but anyway here’s Code: Realize’s review!
Cardia is a lonely girl who lives isolated from the world in a big and abandoned mansion from Wales. Her father has forbidden her to go outside since she has a special condition: a poison-filled body that corrodes anything she touches, being this the reason why she’s called a monster by the villagers. One day, Royal guards from London come to kidnap her. Thanfully, Arsène Lupin, the gentleman thief, goes to her rescue. From then onwards, Cardia begins travelling along with Lupin, and four other men who will join them later, on a journey to find her missing father and a cure for her poison. Will she succeed? Will she find love along the way?
Note: This review contains spoilers so read at your own risk. If you want to avoid them, though, just jump to “conclusive thoughts”. It also contains spoilers for Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood so if you haven’t watched the anime or read the manga, be careful!
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