Taishou Mebiusline – Shigure

Taishou Mebiusline - Shigure

When Shigure first appeared, I thought that he is a proud seme who looks down on other people not in his group. What I didn’t know is that he is a big kid at heart!

Kyouichirou meets Shigure when he visits his uni’s library while the other is being pursued by the military. In the middle of the commotion, Kyou got involved. More like, he involves himself www. He used his sword to break out the fight. Afterward, Shigure takes note of Kyou’s sword which surprises Kyou. Wanting to know more about his sword, Kyou tracks down Shigure and further involves himself with the Gohongatana group.

Things can get spoilery so proceed with caution!

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Tsunderella (ツンデレラ)

Tsunderella

Once upon a time, there lived a boy named Tsunderella who works at a cross-dressing bar owned by his family. Every day, he works so hard despite being mistreated by his step-mother and step-sisters (brothers?). As his birthday nears, his worst fear of working directly with the customers looms. All he ever wanted is to spend his life growing vegetables with his fated person.

Meanwhile, news of the ball reaches Tsunderella’s ears. Will he be able to finally meet his destined partner there?

Sounds like a happy ever after? Think again. 😀

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The House in Fata Morgana: A Requiem for Innocence

Title: The House in Fata Morgana A Requiem for Innocence
Company: Novectacle
Localized by: MangaGamer
Release Date: August 2015 (JP), May 17, 2018 (NA)
Platform: PS Vita, PC (Steam)

After all the emotional rollercoaster ride that I’ve been through in The House in Fata Morgana A Requiem for Innocence, I can say that it is worth the ride.

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Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds – Sanan, Yamazaki, Saito

Hakuoki Kyoto Winds Sanan Yamazaki Saito

At first glance, I thought I randomly grouped this three together because there’s no other grouping for them lol. But in a closer look, these three are somewhat similar to each other. They all have this difficult to approach aura.  Yes. Even the seemingly kind Sanan. So let’s start with him!

Things can get spoilery so proceed with caution!

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The House in Fata Morgana: A Requiem for Innocence – Gift and Fragment

The House in Fata Morgana A Requiem for Innocence

Finishing the Main Episode unlocks the Gift part of the game. It contains the Backstage, Concert Hall, and the Art Gallery.

I don’t know about you but I was super excited for the Backstage. Morgana slew everyone in the first game’s backstage. And so in this game too.

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[First Impression] Splatoon 2

Splatoon 2

Before, I was so set on getting a red and blue joycons for my switch. But then, I would have to buy a separate game to be able to use my console. Buying means an additional $56 on my budget. A friend of mine recommended that the cheaper way to buy a console was to get a bundle. Now the bundles available are Splatoon 2 and Mario Odyssey. I watched Hikakin’s playthrough of the Odyssey first and I wasn’t quite sure I’d like it. Then, I watched Splatoon 2 playthroughs and instantly fell in love. Who wouldn’t love inking areas to your heart’s content? Besides, Splatoon 2 reminds me of one of my favorite game on the Nintendo DS back in the days. I don’t know if any of you knows it, but the title is de Blob. Splatoon 2 seemed like a more fab and kickass version of de Blob.

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Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds – Heisuke, Sano, Shinpachi

Hakuoki Kyoto Winds Heisuke Sano Shinpachi

Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds contains 12 guys that you can go after.  This is probably the only game that I’ve played that has that much character in it. Thank goodness, you can only play half of their routes in this game (the story continues in Edo Blossoms). Somehow, I can understand why Otomate decided to split the story in half – and it’s not just about money (maaaaaaybe about 5% is not about it www). Imagine playing 12 full routes. It’ll take me half a year to finish it lol.

But still, cutting the story just when things are finally picking up in each route?  WHATщ(゚Д゚щ)

Things can get spoilery so proceed with caution!

 

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