In this month's releases comes a sequel I've been looking forward to for two years (since it was quietly first leaked), Tayutama 2.
Tayutama 2 is based fifty years after the end of Tayutama (the original). To be specific, it is based on the Mashiro ending from that one (straight out the best immortal heroine ending I've seen in any charage). However, because it is based off of that ending, it spoils the main story completely, making it a necessity for you to have at least played Mashiro's path to understand how things ended up the way they have in the new game... and because the old heroines return as side or main characters (though not as heroines). This is just based off of me gathering information from the Lump of Sugar website, the official Tayutama website, and Getchu...
Tayutama was my first in-Japanese non-chuunige... and it is the reason I keep going back to LoS, despite the fact that I've been tempted to get a friend to use spambots on their support page for putting out almost all kusoge in the last four years. The magic of Tayutama is that, despite its moe-moe appearance, it showed me that even what I later came to call charage could still have a solid story, a well-designed setting, and a cast of characters that you actually wanted to experience as people, rather than just vicariously experience sex with. In other words, the mercy and lenience I'm willing to grant charage (though it might seem slight) was born from playing this game, so I do recommend it.
For those interested in playing the new game after the old one, an omnibus of the original and its fandisc was recently released, so feel free to get ahold of that one, since it is already Windows 7/8/10 ready, unlike the original version, which requires update patches to work on the later Windows systems, lol.
Now, for those interested in what I intend to play from September's end of the month releases... I'll list them here.
Natsu no Majo no Parade (maybe, maybe not... I don't have enough on this VN to make the decision now)
Kanojo ＊ Step (by the parent company of Hook Soft, which specializes in soft, pure-hearted charage)
Tayutama 2 (as I mentioned above)
Sen no Hatou, Tsukisome no Kouki (I'm a little exasperated that they are using a half-gakuen half-fantasy setting, but there is enough interesting stuff in the description for me to want to try it, despite having my hands repeatedly burned playing August games)
Furerute Love Connect: Ore to Kanojo no Aijou Hyougen (about a 50/50 chance I'll play this... since I dropped Nephrite's first game out of boredom three years ago)
Kyonyuu Fantasy Gaiden 2 After -Osutashia no Yabou (another gaiden story for Kyonyuu Fantasy/Funbag Fantasy. Since I actually like the setting of the game series, I'm curious if this new one will add anything interesting to the series)
Nitroplus is releasing an all-ages version of Tokyo Necro at the end of the month, for those who don't want to deal with the rape, choukyou, and other half-offensive sexual scenes in the game. Since h-scenes are actually the least offensive element of this VN, I have to wonder why they bothered, lol. However, I'm sure at least some of you will want to try it.
Liarsoft is re-releasing two more games, one from its Rail-soft lineup and one from its own, at the end of the month: Zettai Chikyuu Boueiki Mega Laughter and Kagerou Touryuuki. While I haven't played either, those who want to see what Liarsoft and Liarsoft's primary subsidiary used to produce will probably find this to be enlightening, lol.
At the moment, that's about it.