Tags: Daisy Daisy, Ishikawa Kaito, Kakihara Tetsuya, Kimura Ryouhei, Maeno Tomoaki, Miki Shinichiro, Namikawa Daisuke, Okiayu Ryoutarou, Protoype
Fujieda Neri is a normal high school girl who lives with her father in a poor living area in Japan. On her seventeenth birthday, after school, she arrives home only to find her house burning down and her father missing. The only things her father left her are a password-locked mobile device and a letter telling her to go and study at Kaikyuu Gakuen, a prestigious school for rich kids. Neri decides to enter the school located in an island, and there, she’s introduced to a harsh caste system within the student body: the queen, whose orders are absolute, is on top of the system; the rose class (咲き誇る薔薇), which gets almost all the privileges, is the highest class a student can attain; the honeybee (名もなきミツバチ), the class where Neri is assigned, is the middle class; and the stone (捨て置かれた石ころ), which is almost similar to being a slave, is the lowest class.
The caste system aside, the school isn’t exactly what it looks like on the surface, and Neri is just about to uncover the secret that the school is hiding……
Tags: Furukawa Makoto, Hino Satoshi, Hirakawa Daisuke, Ishikawa Kaito, Namikawa Daisuke, Otomate, Saitou Souma, Toriumi Kousuke
In a town controlled by two families, the Farshi (Falcon) and the Wolg (Wolf), a dreadful creature known as the witch, whose appearance is known to be a woman with red eyes, is said to cause misfortunes. Our heroine Eiar lives in the same town, but because her right eyes turn red whenever she’s feeling strong emotions, she has to live her life pretending to be a boy named Jed, lest the people persecute her as a witch. Despite the frequent conflicts between the Falcon and Wolf families, Jed lives a normal life working as a handyman, until she is asked by the church’s acting priest to look for a treasure called the “Kaleidovere”, a symbol of peace in the town. In her search for it, Jed discovers the secret of the town, the people around her, and the her own past.
Here’s a non-spoiler review (or maybe a little?) of the second Psychedelica game that we’ve all been waiting for!
Tags: Ishikawa Kaito, Kakihara Tetsuya, Katou Kazuki, Maeno Tomoaki, Nakamura Yuichi, Ono Kensho, Otomate
Senjou no Waltz is one of the games I was looking forward to back in 2014. After I first watched that really beautiful opening, I swore to myself that I’m going play this. Unfortunately, it was released around the same time as Code:Realize and Norn9 Var Commons so I never got to preorder it due to lack of $$$ (I prioritized limited edition Code:Realize and Norn9 ;w; ). More than a year later, I was about to order Ken ga Kimi but then Senjou no Waltz suddenly popped out on CDJ’s recommended for you items… and I remember that IshiKai is in the game so welp, I ordered Senjou no Waltz instead! XD
This is a spoiler-free review of the game ･´∀`･)
Tags: Ishikawa Kaito, Saitou Souma
So recently I’ve been checking out games/anime/drama CDs/radio shows/events with Ishikawa Kaito (the very reason why I got Senjou no Waltz – which I am currently NOT enjoying playing) when I came across this situational drama CD… with ISHIKAWA KAITO and SAITOU SOUMA!! Of course I just have to listen to it! IshiKai and Soumacchi fighting over you? YES PLEASE! (*≧▽≦)ﾉｼ))
This is a spoiler-free review >w<
Tags: Hosoya Yoshimasa, Ishikawa Kaito, Kakihara Tetsuya, Matsuoka Yoshitsugu, Otomate, Toriumi Kousuke
Because the art is not my type, and the opening didn’t really catch my attention, I initially had no plan of playing this game. But as usual, I got curious after seeing lots of tweets about it on my TL. Since most of the friends played it and liked it, it has to be good, right? Plus I also heard that it will leave you with loads of anguish, so since I always love painful stories (the more painful, the merrier!), I decided to get the game as my first otoge of the year! ヽ(゜∇゜)ノ
This is a spoiler-free review of the game (because it’s better played if you don’t know what will happen!)･´∀`･)