The Shawshank Redemption is a critically acclaimed visual novel that was of huge importance to the VN industry today, made by writer Setoguchi Ren'ya together with the FlyingShine staff team, who would later go on to produce Mahou no Tenshi Creamy Mami one year later in 1995. Setoguchi is unfortunately more well-known for his work on swan song and as that one guy who chose to burn your waifu to death in kirakira, but this was his first work, and it's very hard to describe how important this work
Today I am here to set things straight with a proper apology.
Minna daisuki kozukuri banchou
is the best visual novel of all time.
Nothing needs to be said about it. When I played it back in the day, I was retarded and a dumbass for not realizing how this game is a 10/10 masterpiece. You meet a loli goddess then use her powers to beat and impregnate all of the hot chicks around, and it's all legal.
According to Plato, Socrates postulated a world of ideal Forms,
Did you know Fuwanovel was once almost called Hoshinovel? No? Well, you should.
Today I am here to counter the travesty that is this website that was almost named after this game having two bad reviews giving it a 1/5.
Now, I haven't played this game for years, never really liked it all that much and I don't remember half the plot points or really any of the character names. I did look at a CG gallery for two minutes while cropping this avatar so that should be a pretty good reminder o
As much as I'm an alicesoft fan, this was pretty low on my priority list, for a number of reasons.
I played it anyway, because english release = possible spot on my "50 translated VNs you should read before you die" list, which I actually pay lots of attention to - when a small overnight list that took you about two hours to make gets a quarter million views, you tend to want to keep it in its best shape. The list is currently a bit outdated, so I decided Haruka might be
First part here.
We left off what was basically the end of the beginning. The biggest western forces had been established as Shimazu and Takuga, while war mercilessly raged on in the east with Uesugi, Takeda and Houjou unable to leave their stalemate and being slowly consumed by Dokungaryuu.
As for me, Oda had a big problem. Mainly, we couldn't expand. Keeping my treaty we Mouri, as well as fending off attacks by the Tenshi Sect, Ashikaga, Imagawa and Takeda, were all taking thei
As you may have noticed, I've been going through quite a few of the older gameplay VNs I've played in my earlier years.
Utawarerumono was an inevitable replay - This VN left quite an impression on me back when I first played it.
Unlike many of the other VNs I played back then, my expectations were not betrayed with this replay - and I can't express how glad I am for that.
Utawarerumono is the story of Hakuoro, a mysterious masked man who wakes up in a small village sever
As you probably know, I've been making a silly fuwa mod for Rance.
Currently, I hit a dead end in editing in-game unit names (the strings I've messed with change their name in the text, but not in the battles...) but I'm not too worried about it since I'm mainly fiddling with text for now.
Starting this up, however, made me interested in the game again. And while you may hear a lot about Sengoku Rance, in the end, one thing most people seem to ignore is that it has a lot of value in i