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  1. This game just released and it looks-- no, it is amazing! Who has played it already?? I would love to gush about it with others!!! My thoughts are all on the review above~! Please give it a read... or not! We can just talk about the game!
  2. Here's my review of Harem Party: http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2015/06/games-for-adults-harem-party.html
  3. I decided to play 999 because it was suggested to me. I was promised a story focused and emotionnaly involving game. I wasn't lied to. Synopsis.The protagonist's name is Junpei, he was kidnapped and brought on a sinking ship together with 8 other participants to play a game called "The Nonary game". His objective during that game will be to reach the last door and escape. Gameplay The gameplay is central in 999. You will regularily have to solve some puzzles to solves. They are part of the said Nonary game. This game is some sort of compromise between the adventure genre (games such as Runaway or Professor Layton) and the VN genre. First thing that I have to say it that these puzzles are quite easy to solve. Most of the time to path the solution is linear or plain obvious. Very often they are basic mathematic problems and the toughest ones can be solves by doing random stuff and eventually finding the correct answer. So if you think mystery will be a problem, do not despair, it's really easy. It's so easy that it became a little frustrating. You don't get the enjoyement you'd usual get after beating a puzzle. Thus, for me they were only a time lost and an irregularity in the pace of the story telling. Which is a shame. System This is a DS game. But I'll strongly suggest you play it on an emulator. Reason is it has only a single save. The interface is non existant and you can't skip anything. The emulator will allow you to use save states and play a little with the settings. That way you can win some time. Simply because if you haven't been through a part or forgot to save. You can't skip it! And you have NO WAY to accelerate the process. You can't mash your keyboard to pass the text, no, you have to wait for it to display from the first word to the last. So make sure you save often in the emulator. Otherwise, prepare yourself to replay several hours of the over game again (Happened to me twice ... 4 hours lost...). Replayabilty Once you completed a route, the game memorizes the segments you've already went through. You'll be able to skip them by pressing the forward button. BUT You have to redo all the puzzles even if you've done them before, and that is a pain. The first puzzle, you will solve it at least 5 times if you want to 100% the game. And believe me when I tell you that you'll know the two required codes on heart starting your 4th walkthrough. Once you know the solution it goes twice or 3 times faster, but still, it's not hard to code a "skip the god damn puzzle" button, is it ? Story That I don't have much to say about. It had everything I expected of this kind of game. A great setting, an interesting and charismatic casting, puzzles (even though they were easy), a deep, well thought and COHERENT story, and most importantly it had explanations for EVERYTHING - mostly. I'm not saying the explanations were the best, one of them dissapointed me I'll be honest, but it had explanations ! And strangely, that is a great quality for these type of games. I've played so many of adventure games who left unexplained mysteries behind. Shadowy parts which the devs didn't find the time or inspiration to explain, and which leave the reader/player frustrated. So to all the game designers in the world : Please ! Explain ! Unfinished games are bad ! If you are looking for an emotionnal ride, it also does a good job at involving ones emotions. I was dead tired when I finished it so I can't say that it happened to me, but I know it could have. One last thing I would have prefered is a proper conclusion. Art It looks good, it's a DS game so you can't except the best of course. But It was really decent. Sprites were animated, and the chara design was flawless. (Clover <3) Music Meh, once again, it's a DS game. So there were few background musics. They reflected the atmosphere and the situations properly so I can't complain but I can't say any good about them either. It wasn't really music, it was more of an ambiance sound, and it did a perfect job at being one. Conclusion A very good and thrilling story which can become frustrating due to the interface and the puzzles. Note 7.8/10
  4. It's nearly two years late, but here's my review of Harukoi Otome: http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2015/07/normal-0-false-false-false-en-us-ja-x.html Somehow, having completed a review of this game is making me feel elation comparable to when I finally beat the Dark One in Arc the Lad 2
  5. For the next of my Halloween reviews here's a review for Shinsetsu Ryouki no Ori Dai 2 Shou: http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2013/10/import-games-for-adults-halloween_17.html And in case anyone's curious, here's my review of the first game: http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2013/05/import-games-for-adults-shinsetsu.html
  6. Welcome, to the first of possibly many roundups for the VN community. Each month(?) I'll be taking a specific theme, giving some examples of where it's been done well, and get some discussion going about the theme itself. Theme 1; Kemonomimi Kemonomimi refers to humanoids, taking on animalistic traits. Traditionally, this comprises of cat ears, and tails. There are a lot more subsidies of this though, and we can even define them. Nekomimi Taking on the appearance / traits of a Cat Kitsunemimi Taking on the appearance / traits of a Fox Inumimi Taking on the appearance / traits of a Dog We've also got; ( Caution: Some NSFW ) Usagimimi: rabbit ears Ookamimi: wolf ears Hitsujimimi: sheep ears/horns Umamimi: horse ears Ushimimi: cow ears Toramimi: tiger ears Nezumimi: mouse ears Kumamimi: bear ears Kemonomimi: general, or ambiguous ( means beast ) The usual use of these tropes in Visual Novels is by having them as either a different race, a fantasy creature, or by having them as genetically modified pets. Thus, their personalities usually vary from that of traditional humans and such. There's very few Visual Novels that use this trait currently, however there's been a recent resurgence for the demand, so expect the tradition to rise a little more in the next year or so. As an example, Sekai Project has worked with the creators at NekoWorks to localise their visual novel Nekopara, and even releasing it through Steam ( censored of course ) as well as another translation for a renouned Japanese VN with a huge focus on Kemonomimi, "Pure-Pure!" due to release soon™. Pros; Catgirls. HNNNGG! Plenty of community-made originals Psychologically different relationship Affectionate by nature Catgirls. Seriously. can anyone spare a towel? No gross human ears.... bleh Cons; Rare occurrence Traditionally played off as part animal High sexual focus, low story content Probably a recruiting tool of Furries Not seeing human ears is kinda strange Why Kemonomimi? There's two major reasons that Kemonomimi is seen as a huge thing for a niche group of consumers. Firstly, catgirls are cute as hell. We can't really deny this. Secondly, is the psychological side of things with building a Kemonomimi relationship, based off an entirely new social construct. Whether you're falling in love with your family pet catgirl, you're helping spirits make peace with humans, or you've saved a stray from the cruel city streets, there's a lot of writing freedom when building relationships in a way that's not usually done. As another psychological point, there's a lot of erotic content in this genre ( at minimum, consistent fan service ). Having this come from a "person" who is psychologically conditioned different is a huge appeal to some people. Having the pack mentality of an animal, or the need to fornicate while on heat, these are different excuses for lewd content than the usual. Where do I sign up?! Here's a few examples of existing Visual Novels, with a Kemonomimi theme. ( censored, but still NSFW ) NSFW - http://imgur.com/a/lL8eQ - NSFW Please tag anything that's NSFW, and link it externally. Feel free to leave your suggestions on Kemonomimi Visual Novels. As always, I'll also be taking suggestions for next month's theme! Suggest away
  7. Here's my review of Osadai's FD; http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2015/09/games-for-adults-osananajimi-wa.html
  8. Here's my review of Free Friends aka FuriFure: http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2015/08/games-for-adults-free-friends.html
  9. Hey everyone. We're going to be trying out something new with FuwaReviews and make dedicated discussion threads on the forums to kickstart discussion on particular VNs that we are reviewing. It just so happens that my Sakura Spirit Review is first up for this. Give the review a look, and feel free to tell me how wrong I am and that I should retire and never look at anime boobs again, or tell me how right I am and that I am the VN savior, or tell me anything in between. You can use the FuwaReviews comments section or discuss it right here. So, go give it a read and lets talk oily boobs. Sakura Spirit Review
  10. WARNING: This review contain spoilers. If you don't want to be spoiled, jump to the "Overall" section in the end. "Mihama Academy - on the surface, a closed learning environment established to nurture students who find themselves at odds with the world around them; in actuality, an orchard-cum-prison built to preserve fruit that has fallen too far from its tree. Whatever the circumstances behind its establishment, Mihama Academy is at present home to five female students, all with their own reasons for "enrollment." For better or worse, each girl has established a routine obliging of her current situation; life moves at an idle, yet accommodating pace within the walls of Mihama. Yet with the arrival of the institute's first male student, the nearly preposterously opaque Kazami Yuuji, the students at Mihama begin to fall out of step with their predetermined rhythms. Will Yuuji prove to be the element the girls around him needed to take hold of their lives once more, or will the weight of their pasts prove too steep a wall to overcome? And in the first place, just who is Kazami Yuuji? While the true nature of the "job" he is wont to alight to at the most haphazard of moments remains shrouded in secrecy, one thing is for certain - his encroachment upon the quiet orchard known as Mihama Academy will prove itself momentous in one way or another. And of course, one cannot discount the possibility that perhaps Yuuji himself carries the weightiest past of any of the students..." Story (7.42/10) Characters (9.04/10) Art (6.90/10) Acting (8.87/10) Soundtrack (5.60/10) OVERALL SCORE = 7.6/10 Overall, “The Fruit of Grisaia” is a good visual novel. It has a quite good story, strong characters and voice acting, and okay soundtrack and art. Not as bad as some people claim to be, but not a masterpiece. It’s not better than Rewrite, like I’ve seen some people put it, because Rewrite beats Grisaia in all those aspects, except maybe characters… However, I recommend it and I’m anxious to play Meikyuu
  11. Here's my review of Atelier Kaguya's Prima ☆ Stella: http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2015/07/import-games-for-adults-prima-stella.html
  12. Here's my review of Gakuen de Jikan yo Tomare: http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2015/07/import-games-for-adults-gakuen-de-jikan.html
  13. Well I wrote a review about this game. I think it's rather overlooked and deserves some attention from the VN community. Fair criticism is welcome. http://steamcommunity.com/id/Funnerific/recommended/320760/
  14. Here's my review of Space Pirate Sara: http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2015/06/games-for-adults-space-pirate-sara.html
  15. Here's my review of Mangagamer's first yaoi game (and the first of the genre I've played), NO, THANK YOU!!!: http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2015/06/games-for-adults-no-thank-you.html
  16. Hardcore Gamer: Sakura Fantasy Chapter 1 Review Also check out Satsuki's glowing review: (NSFW) Tales of the perverted swordwoman - Random Review - Sakura Fantasy Chapter 1
  17. Seeing as I felt I should release a review on Valentine's Day, here's a much belated review of Eroge!: http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2015/02/games-for-adults-eroge-sex-and-games.html
  18. Been a while since I've reviewed anything but here's my review of Kyonyuu Majo: http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2014/08/import-games-for-adults-kyonyuu-majo.html
  19. Took me a while, but here's my review of Tsujidou-san no Junai Road: http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2014/03/import-games-for-adults-tsujidou-san-no.html
  20. Here's a review of a little expansion to Kyonyuu Fantasy 2: http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2014/01/import-games-for-adults-kyonyuu-fantasy.html And for those of you not familiar with this series, below are my reviews of the previous games: http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2012/10/import-games-for-adults-kyonyuu-fantasy.html http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2012/10/import-games-for-adults-kyonyuu-fantasy_27.html http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2013/08/import-games-for-adults-kyonyuu-fantasy.html
  21. For the next entry in this year's Halloween reviews, I am wrapping up the Kansen series with Ball Buster... http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2013/10/import-games-for-adults-halloween_10.html ...and I think I now know how Charlie Brown felt upon getting a rock instead of Halloween candy...
  22. Well, in the first of my reviews to celebrate this year's Halloween, here's a review of Kansen 5: http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogsp ... oween.html For those of you who would like to see my thoughts on the previous games, here are the links: http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2012/10/import-games-for-adults-halloween.html http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2012/10/import-games-for-adults-halloween_27.html http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2012/10/import-games-for-adults-halloween_28.html http://gamesforadultsandeveryone.blogspot.com/2013/02/import-games-for-adults-kansen-4-day.html
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