[Otome Game Review] Hana Awase – Mizuchi-hen, Himeutsugi-hen

May 12, 2017 at 11:11 pm | Posted in Games, Otome Games | Leave a comment
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Kaen is a school for children who have talents in playing… hanafuda cards. Outside the school, people think that they are just rich kids who are good at hanafuda card games but they are actually gifted kids who can use hanafuda cards in battles i.e. killing people and stuff. Meanwhile, our heroine Mikoto is just a normal girl who loves playing hanafuda card games when she gets “chosen” by the onifuda card as the candidate to be the next Senki. Because of this, the Kaen school takes her in to help her ultimately awaken the Senki within her. In order to do this, she has to (1) study to be a proper minamo (kind of like a “water miko” who supports a kaei, guys who can bring out the power within hanafuda cards, by giving him “water” during hanafuda battles) and (2) get the help of one of the Gokou, the top five kaei in the Kaen school, to be her partner. The gokou includes the capturable guys Iroha, Mizuchi, Karakurenai, Himeutsugi, and the currently missing Utsutsu. In Mizuchi-hen, Mizuchi is chosen by the onifuda to be Mikoto’s partner, while in Hime-hen, Himeutsugi is Mikoto’s fated partner.

This is a very short thoughts review of the first two Hana Awase games・´∀`・)

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[Otome Game Review] Ken ga Kimi Momoyo Tsudzuri

April 24, 2017 at 4:18 am | Posted in Games | 3 Comments
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I was warned about playing the Ken ga Kimi games back to back but it’s just so good I wanted more ?? So I jumped in and played Momoyo Tsudzuri right after I played the first game ww

This is a very short thoughts review of the Ken ga Kimi FD ・´∀`・)

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[Otome Game Review] Ken ga Kimi for V

April 13, 2017 at 3:21 pm | Posted in Games, Otome Games | 1 Comment
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In Edo period Japan, under the rule of the third shogun Tokugawa Iemitsu, the Tenka Goken (five greatest swords under heaven) are known to seal youkai creatures to protect the land. To find worthy samurai who can wield the tenka goken, gozenjiai kentori (swordfight matches) are held annually in different parts of Japan. The samurai who will emerge victorious in the kentori will be awarded with a Tenka Goken. Days before ,  end of the kentori in Sunpu, a normal girl named Kayo, who lives in Edo with her father, is tasked to replace the Princess Hisa as a fake bride in a bridal procession from Edo to Sunpu. In this bridal procession, Kayo meets six samurai hired to be her guards.

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