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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
We got an e-mail yesterday from Culture Select about this title needing a boost in Kickstarter funds and Greenlight votes. But, as we have a no articles within 24 hours of a review policy, we missed publishing that. But now it has been Greenlit successfully and will be coming soon to Steam. You can check out the relevant links for the game to see if this moe SRPG is your thing. Narrated Gameplay Video: Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/305439676/its-adorable-its-tactical-a-doujin-indie-srpg-moek/ Steam Greenlight: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=754357608 — This originally appeared as: Moekuri Kickstarted. It was an error on the authors part.
Culture Select launched Wish -tale of the sixteenth night of the lunar month- on Steam earlier. Check out the full details below. — “Wish -tale of the sixteenth night of lunar month-” Launches on Steam An “Eastern Romance Visual Novel” straight from the indie storytelling community of Japan! WILMINGTON, Del. – August 19, 2016 – Culture Select, an up-and-coming localization & publishing start-up, today announced the release of Japanese indie developer Studio Migiha’s Wish -tale of the sixteenth night of lunar month-, now available on Steam for Linux, Mac, and Windows! A localization project brought to life by a successful Kickstarter campaign in the summer of 2015, Wish -tale of the sixteenth night of lunar month- is Migiha’s first installment … Continue reading
One Small Fire At A Time is the non-Japanese visual novel developed by Kidalang, and published by Culture Select, about a teenaged girl deemed to be mad and placed in a madhouse. The reason for this condition? The inability to use magic in a world where everyone is able to do so. Her life is taken for a turn when a mysterious group of people arrive at the mansion that she is recovering in, and a strange plot involving illegal pharmaceuticals takes the reign. The story begins with our protagonist, Janis, and a short meeting between her, Ena (the nurse of the madhouse), and another girl, Candela. This short intro sets the mood for the entirety of the story, which … Continue reading
One Small Fire at a Time has launched from Culture Select. See the details below. — Culture Select and Kidalang Launch “One Small Fire at a Time” Explore the struggles of a young girl in a magic-based society… who can’t use magic. WILMINGTON, Del. – June 10, 2016 – Culture Select, a localization & publishing startup, and Kidalang, an award-winning indie developer, today announced the release of visual novel One Small Fire at a Time, available on Linux, Mac and Windows, in both English and Spanish, with dual-language support. It is the standalone prequel to An Octave Higher, which was highly praised for its complex magic-based society and gripping narrative. Culture Select CEO John Baumlin commented, “This marks … Continue reading
The up and coming Culture Select are teaming up with MangaGamer to bring us a new game. Check out the details below. — June 3rd, 2016–MangaGamer and Culture Select Announce One Small Fire At A Time! Does having a disability mean one is mad? If you alone are the one person who lacks something all others possess, does that make you equal to the chronically paranoid, to those who have persistent hallucinations, those who crave the freeing clutch of death? Does it make you worse than those? In One Small Fire At A Time, our main heroine Janis suffers “Magic Deficiency Disorder”, leaving her the only one in Overture who cannot use magic, and declared mad by society. This … Continue reading
One Small Fire At A Time is the latest visual novel being announced as being published by Culture Select. The background art looks pretty for this one. Check out the details below. — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Culture Select and Kidalang Team Up for One Small Fire at a Time on Steam and Mobile DELAWARE, USA – March 18, 2016 – Culture Select and Kidalang announced the start of a Steam Greenlight campaign for the title One Small Fire at a Time, with plans for release on Linux, Mac and PC, and for mobile platforms Android and iOS. The Greenlight page is located at: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=647584677 Access to our games, anytime, anywhere “Mobile provides more choice for the community, and that’s important … Continue reading