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Review: Punch Line

Based on the 2015 anime and manga, Punch Line is a mixed animated/3D ecchi visual novel. As a spirit, the protagonist Yuuta Iridatsu must use his supernatural powers to prevent the world from being destroyed.


Review: 428 Shibuya Scramble

Originally released 10 years ago, 428 Shibuya Scramble finally landed on the West this September. The only visual novel to receive a perfect score from Famitsu, it follows the story five distinct characters, each of them having a role in the kidnapping of a girl in Shibuya. The twist: you play all five of them simultaneously.


Review: WAGAMAMA High Spec

Follow the story of a young high school manga author as he joins his school's student council while trying to progress in his career while hiding his true occupation from the rest of the world. A love comedy driven by character interaction.



Review: Symphonic Rain

In a city of eternal rain, a young musician is nearing graduation. Before he can return to his hometown and to his girlfriend, Chris must pass his final graduation recital. To do so, he must find a partner to perform vocals for his graduation performance. Discover the secrets behind this mysterious town of music and rain.

Review: Muv Luv Alternative

The highest rated Visual Novel both in Japan and the West is now officially available in English. Muv Luv Alternative is the conclusion to the epic sci-fi trilogy that has moved millions of people and culminated to the most successful kickstarter campaing for a Visual Novel. At a staggering 54.000 lines of text, and over 119.000 when combined with the previous two games, the Muv Luv franchise is one of the longest ever written. Every fan of visual novels owes himself to play this game, at least once.






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