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A Geek's Journey Through Anime And Video Games
Fancy yourself some JRPG’s? What about visual novels? Well, allow me to take you down the rabbit hole of the ones I have had the (dis)pleasure of subjecting myself to endure.
49 days, 7 wayward spirits, and one unforgettable summer of partings and new beginnings.
A gaggle of school girls band together in order to save a beloved garden and explore the mystery of supernatural labyrinths in this dungeon RPG.
Welcome to the town of Ecallia, a place for foolhardy and brave adventurers alike willing to take on the perilous promenade into one very dangerous dungeon. What awaits below? Take up a weapon, gather a party, and embark to discover the answer to this question for yourself.
Fall in love with supernatural spirits and explore a new side to the Date A Live franchise in this visual novel trilogy.
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Two wandering souls on the path to discovering a better life and each other.
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2019 has been a decent year for visual novels so far. With that statement short of any pertinent examples, I haven’t found many issues with any of the titles I have already finished and covering a wide field of genres and interest, happy to pick up a majority of them. Some more than others, of course. For English speaking audiences, developer Harukaze finally has one of its prolific entries make landfall: Nora to Oujo to Noraneko Heart or The Princess, the Stray Cat, and Matters of the Heart. Receiving some high praise and awards from the country of origin, this is one visual novel that does seem to live up to some of that acclaim.
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A world of knights, witches, dragons, and the capricious wheel of fate intersect in this dark fantasy RPG.
Thus far, publisher NekoNyan has made great headway and contributions in getting more visual novels in the hands of English-speaking audiences. With such titles like Fureraba and Sanoba Witch serving those that like moege – titles focusing on romance and cute girls with none of the plot entrenched conflict, it has been one subsection I have been meaning to dig into. For lovers of the genre and like their comedy unchained, one NekoNyan’s latest ventures, Suki to Suki, Love Triangle Trouble aims to please. Honestly, if you are looking for laughs here, you have come to the right place. Anything else…it might be a tough sell.
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