Tags: Hatano Wataru, Hirakawa Daisuke, Kimura Subaru, Kondo Takashi, Rejet, Saitou Souma, Suzuki Tatsuhisa
The game that fills in the missing information from the anime with the same title, Dance with Devils! I played the game without watching the anime, so these are thoughts from someone who played the game first before watching the anime
This is a spoiler-free review, provided that you have an idea of the story from watching the anime ･´∀`･)
Tags: Aoi Shouta, BROCCOLI, Maeno Tomoaki, Miyano Mamoru, Morikubo Shoutaro, Shimono Hiro, Suwabe Junichi, Suzuki Tatsuhisa, Suzumura Kenichi, Taniyama Kishou, Terashima Takuma, Toriumi Kousuke
While I was waiting for my next otome game to arrive (which is currently cockblocked by the customs office! Wow thanks, now my 2D boys won’t make it for Valentine’s Day!), I was just casually playing UtaPri Music 3… until I accidentally full combo’d Maji Love Revolutions on PRO and welp, now that I got the trophy I was sure I won’t be able to get, why not grind the game to get the platinum trophy!
So yeah, long story short, thanks to me getting the platinum trophy, I’m now writing this review + trophy guide post (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧
Tags: Chiba Susumu, Kanna Nobutoshi, Kawashima Tokuyoshi, Nojima Kenji, Suzuki Tatsuhisa, Takuyo
I really thought that I won’t be able to finish anything from my PSP backlog anymore after I got used to the PS Vita screen. The vita spoiled me too much with a really pretty screen to show the awesome graphics that whenever I go back to the PSP, I feel like I strain my eyes and get a headache after. But that is, only until I picked up Shinigami to Shoujo (a 2011 Takuyo game //it was released four years ago already???) from the backlog. The game is really good and I was so hooked into it that I forgot all my complaints about switching from PS Vita to PSP. Seriously, if a game is good, then it is good, regardless of the platform you play it on *states the obvious*. Anyways, here’s my review of the game ･´∀`･)