The mad scientist of visual novels smashes out of conventional presentation with a fully animated take on the gripping thriller/comedy of time travel and love.
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Sometimes we make mistakes, and mistakes can cost lives: but, through trial and error, can we repair the damage, or are we doomed to repeat and suffer?
A silly but sincere departure from the core games, My Darling’s Embrace is the romantic filler episode in what has been a very heavy series, and I loved it.
Punch Line is a fun adventure visual novel that manages to stand out from the rest.
More visual novel than action game, Blood Drive gives a satisfying end to the Corpse Party saga, though it will leave newcomers scratching their heads.
A delightful little adventure, Yu-No is back in an 8-bit scroller that has a surprising amount of depth, replay, and genuinely interesting gameplay at work.
A confusing and verbose game, YU-NO still can spellbind the right player, and it’s a fascinating piece that shows how one game can turn a genre on its head.
Our World Is Ended does players a solid by being one of the better blends of crazy storytelling, ballistic humor and excellent pacing between the two.
You have the ability to time travel so which ending are you going to choose? Whose life is more important to you?
Chibi maidens, ridiculously overpowered attacks and a screen exploding with gems and coins: this game has something for everyone!