Welcome, fellow Fuwamembers, to the FuwaRecognition thread. Starting this March, we’ll be highlighting some of the best contributions made by our members each month. From snazzy blog articles to delicious forum threads, and perhaps even a few things more on the shitpost part of the spectrum, we'll keep an eye out for the cream of the crop. And then we'll gather them here. Just for you.
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A dungeon-crawling RPG where you use various methods of torture on teenage girls to get them to learn battle skills. Developed by Imageepoch (known for the Luminous Arc series, and more infamously, Time and Eternity) and published by Nippon Ichi Software. It looks low budget like a cheap fanservice game, and while I wouldn’t argue […]
Have you ever wanted to put yourself in the shoes of the protagonist in an anime and make the choices? Have you ever wanted to read a harem story that puts a little spin on the genre? Well tough shit, I have yet to find a game that does it well. If you’re a little bit knowledgeable about anime or visual novels, chances are you’ve already heard about the infamous School Days. Hated with a passion, regarded with disgust or liked “ironically”, nobody really starts School Days with the hope of findi
No, not the 10-volume 17th-century poem. Jesus Christ, why would I write about real literature in my porn game blog? Paradise Lost is the first eroge written by Masada, and essentially serves as the first entry in the 神座万象 series. Lesser-known than its more recent, higher-budget siblings Dies Irae and Kajiri Kamui Kagura, Paradise Lost […]
Released in 2011, Magical Diary: Horse Hall is an indie otome visual novel created by Hanako Games. This story is about a High School Freshman going through her entire first year at a school for witches and wizards. Magical Diary has a good story with plenty of replay value, but does it have enough actual content to make people want to take the time to play the game in the first place? Warning: This review may contain very minor spoilers. Read the full review: Magic Diary: Horse Hall
Kikokugai – The Cyber Slayer is a visual novel developed by Nitro+, telling a tale of revenge and featuring plenty of action, swords, cyborgs, and kung fu. Published in 2002 and developed on a shoestring of a budget, Kikokugai still remains a title worth visiting. This is a spoiler-free review Read the Full Review: Kikokugai – The Cyber Slayer
Because watching others celebrate the festive season while you’re stuck writing 6 + 1 exams and seeing your roommates slowly go home one by one as they finish theirs and you still have half of yours left is exactly the situation that prompts irresponsible money spending, I bought a Japanese-region New 3DS LL to play […]
Sunrider is a multi-part, English-language visual novel filled out with segments of tactical RPG gameplay. You assume the role of Kayto Shields, captain of the starship Sunrider, as he embarks on a mission to avenge his home planet of Cera and stave the galactic threat of the People’s Alliance. But does Sunrider read like a love letter to the space operas it tries to emulate or does it fall short and come across as a shallow imitation? Warning: This review contains spoilers for the first 10 min
Chaos Rings debuted on mobile devices and boasted impressive production values for its platform at the time. It spawned a prequel, an indirect sequel, and what seems to be a even more indirect third entry recently. I never played them because my phone sucked and was uncomfortable to play games on, but with the release […]
In the superhero Visual Novel sub-genre where a vast majority of superheroes are “Get that Girl!” Magical Girls, Cho Dengeki Stryker is a breath of fresh air to an otherwise pretty bland sub-genre. While the story does follow a very generic pattern and can be easy to guess at times, OVERDRIVE’s keen attention to virtually everything, as exemplified through the top-notch voice cast and animated cut-scenes, make Cho Dengeki Stryker a title that deserves to be played. Warning: This review is for
This review is spoiler-free. Preceding the previously translated Kara no Shoujo, Cartagra is a story of gruesome murders in a post-war Japan. Kara no Shoujo is one of my favorite visual novels. Even taking into account the inescapable bias toward the first few visual novels you read, even looking back on its flaws, it had me so spellbound that I have to recognize it as one of my best experiences in the medium. You can thus imagine how impatient I was to be able to read Cartagra. This also serves
Being an interquel to Danganronpa 1 and 2, as well as an abrupt genre shift from an ADV to a third-person shooter, I was expecting not much more than a cheap cash-in. So when the game actually turned out good, not story-wise as an interquel, but also gameplay-wise as a survival horror shooter, I was […]
Aspiring brides are scary. Memories Off: Yubikiri no Kioku is the seventh and latest entry in KID’s console galge series that was handed off to 5pb, Memories Off. The only one I’ve played prior to this is Memories Off 2, which I went through during a period of time when I had very different expectations […]
Update to my family: I have a new wife, Ayase
The story of my family
I live in a beautiful town of Hibarigasaki. The world alone would feel pretty empty, filled with faceless NPCs such as vendors etc.
But when I look back at my life before that, it was no less empty than that. One might even say that it was even worse and more lonely, because Hibarigasaki at least has a beautiful nature surrounding it, unlike the town I used to live in.
But shortly after I moved here, my wh
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Welcome to the Anti-Blonde blog! This is a blog where we hate on blonde girls because it is a bad hair color. So I thought I'd finally write my first blog post here after the Riddle Joker one. It is 1AM currently so don't expect quality.
Today I went out with friends for the first time in maybe 2 years lul and there was this cute blonde girl who was so sweet and fun that I decided that I need to get my own one that I can hug and have sit on m