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Posts Tagged ‘Visual Novel’
 

Review: Lily’s Day Off

A rather experimental game, Lily's Day off is an extremely short Visual Novel. Each route is about two minutes long and, despite being completely different from each other, they are ultimately connected and explained by end.


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: Seinarukana

Japanese high-schoolers with super powers travel multiple universes on the back of a giant magical whale. Seinarukana is a sequel to Aselia the Eternal, with major improvements.



Review: Princess Maker 2 Refine

The famous daughter-raising simulator was completely remade for Steam in 2016, and it’s still as good as it was 23 years ago.

Review: Muv Luv

The highest rated Visual Novel ever in the West is now officially available through Steam. It's just one of the best pieces of science-fiction ever written.






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