Latest ReviewsJun 22, 2017Nympho Sensei Ryoko, published by JAST USA and developed by Code Pink, is the ...Apr 19, 2017Mass Effect: Andromeda is the latest title in, and spin-off of, the Mass Effect ...Feb 21, 2017If I had to quickly describe Nobunaga's Ambition to someone completely unfamiliar with the ...Nov 26, 2016Critical Hit is the debut single player visual novel release by TsukiWare for PC. ...
Original ContentApr 15, 2017Yoko Taro, the team at Platinum Games and Square-Enix may have created a true ...Oct 30, 2016Dead End Junction is an interesting take on the Wild West. Developed by sole ...Oct 23, 2016Coming off the back of the last patch, this latest Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward ...Oct 10, 2016I never played the Dead Rising games, at all. I have heard of them, ...Oct 9, 2016The Legend of Zelda is one of Nintendo's longest running franchises of all time, ...
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Nympho Sensei Ryoko, published by JAST USA and developed by Code Pink, is the nukige (masturbation aid) visual novel that puts players in the role of the titular Ryoko Sumeragi as she goes about her days as a highschool teacher with an insatiable sexual appetite. Throughout the story, players will be tasked with choosing where to find people to seduce, as well as participating in an oddly sexual story. Much like in any nukige, players with various fetishes may find that theirs is catered to in at least one spot within the game. The story starts with Ryoko awakening one morning, feeling too lazy to get out of bed to go to work. Almost immediately, we are given a choice … Continue reading
Mass Effect: Andromeda is the latest title in, and spin-off of, the Mass Effect franchise. Gamers take on the new role of Ryder as a “Pathfinder”, an explorer that can do whatever they want as they are mostly above authority, to help establish colonies across the Andromeda galaxy. However, the Andromeda region may not be as hospitable to life as the team had envisioned. It’s a new galaxy, and with it, a new adventure and new dangers await. I’m going to say this as soon as possible so that people can immediately determine whether or not they will enjoy playing Mass Effect: Andromeda or not. The writing in this game feels as though it was written by a 14 year … Continue reading
If I had to quickly describe Nobunaga’s Ambition to someone completely unfamiliar with the series, I would say that it is pretty much the Japanese version of the Civilization series. Only, a bit more complicated, and confusing. However, for fans of history, and those that like tactical depth, there could be a lot that would interest those people in Nobunaga’s Ambition. The main story in Nobunaga’s Ambition plays out a little differently depending on which clan you choose in the games Recommended screen on opening the New Game button. However, interestingly, if you choose to go back, you are taken to a menu where you can choose an era and character to play through. It’s honestly a little confusing how … Continue reading
Critical Hit is the debut single player visual novel release by TsukiWare for PC. It is filled with the sorts of DnD adventures that a 13 year old you might have created and the adult you more than likely still wants to indulge in. It tries to offer the player something a little different than the ordinary. How does it stack up to heavyweight fare? Let’s see. Let’s get this out of the way, first and foremost, Cirtical Hit features a trap as its central character in the story. If this is the sort of thing that will add some allure to the character (cough cough, raises hand) then I am sure you will get more out of the game. … Continue reading
Funbag Fantasy, or Kyonyuu Fantasy, is developed by Waffle and is a game about big boobs. Or rather, it’s a game with a medieval fantasy setting with a main protagonist that has a thing for big breasted women and all the women that he happens to encounter all have big breasts. From the outset, it seems as though Funbag Fantasy is a game for those that are a fan of the… funbags, and a lot of the H-scenes focus heavily on this aspect of the body. Expect lots of paizuri/ boob-jobs. Lute, the protagonist, is the worst ranked member of the Knight Academy. His grades are so low that the story begins with him being refused entry into the castle … Continue reading
Dead End Junction is an interesting take on the Wild West. Developed by sole member of 773, Hizuma (with help from others) and published by Culture Select for the Western market, Dead End Junction turns out to be a good visual novel. It centres around Josette, a free spirit looking for adventure. She finds it after discovering her father’s past. There is a good story, great characters, a decent soundtrack and an unique art style, but there are some flaws which are hard to ignore. The visual novel centres around Josette, an orphan living with her uncle in the town of Cow Stone Bell. As with most young protagonists, she is tired with her lifestyle in the small town. Instead, … Continue reading
Wish -Tale of the sixteenth night of the lunar moon- is the kinetic visual novel from the doujin developer Migiha. The story revolves around a group of people capable of using a secret energy known as Prana, which has the ability to manipulate objects and do all kinds of magical things. Of course, things are not all as they seem for the main character, Tenka, who has been unable to harness the power of Prana until a chance encounter with his adoptive families cursed katana. The story itself seems to be influenced by Type-Moon’s style of games (think Fate/Stay Night), but with a bit more of a doujin feel to it. Fans of really long kinetic novels may want to … Continue reading