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Review: ChronoClock

The story of a teenage boy that obtains the power to rewind back time. The heir to a wealthy and influential family, Sawatari Rei finds an antique pocket watch in his house. Shortly after, he dies. Or at least he would have died, weren't for the fact that this watch has the power to rewind back time. That day, he decides to use the pocket watch for two purposes: to make life interesting, and to lose his virginity.


Review: Rabi-Ribi

A creative mixture between a bullet hell and a metroidvania, Rabi Ribi is a cute-em-up shooter that draws the player in with its cute, innocent looks. Don't let yourself be fooled, though. This game will thoroughly embarass with how bad you are at video games.


Review: Sakura Angels

A western-made short Visual Novel by the same team who brought us Sakura Spirit. Mahou Shoujo, awakening ancient evils, and a highschool setting. Doesn't get any more anime-like than this.



Review: Sakura Spirit (PC)

Sakura Spirit is a very short Visual Novel with a fantasy-like feudal Japan setting. The plot centers around Takahiro, a normal teen from modern-Japan who is magically cast into a world that contains cute kemonomimi girls

Review: Planetarian (PC)

I recently heard of all those new Visual Novel games that would be soon coming to Steam, Planetarian was the one that pleased me the most. The game was part of almost every single recommendation chart for VNs, & because of that, most Visual Novel players were already familiar with the game. Thanks to its official western release, more people can fully appreciate it.






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