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.
Akiba's Trip is a 3rd person adventure game with openworld sandbox elements, taking place in real world Akihabara. Defeat artificial vampires by destroying their clothes and exposing them to sunlight.
A 3D Dungeon Crawler for the PSP and a rock-paper-scissors combat system. One of the playable characters is a kemonomimi fox girl.
A cute brawler featuring a loli fairy beating up forest invaders. A cute, mildly difficult, and short beat'em-up.
Long Live The Queen is a character raising simulator, in which the player takes control of Princess Elodie, the Queen-to-be of a Kingdom whose previous monarch, her mother, has recently passed away. The goal is to finish the game and become Queen while avoiding being killed.
Analogue is a half-visual-novel, half-command-prompt investigation game. The plot is centered around a Generation Starship named The Mugunghwa, a Korean venture into space, with the goal is establishing a colony at a near-by star system. The ship lost contact and never arrived at its destination.
The last game available in retail stores in North America for the PSP, Sweet Fuse is an Otome mystery-solving Visual Novel. The game's characters are hostages inside a theme park. The protagonist, along with 6 others, is then forced into a survival game, in which the lives of the other hostages are at stake.
Cho Dengeki Stryker is an action and story driven tale, with choices and multiple endings, featuring quite an interesting plot proposal: What if Shonen-manga characters existed in the real world?
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.
Start up your engines as it's time to get truckin' with Snuggle Truck! It doesn't make sense, but that doesn't matter. What does matter is if it's fun and if it's worth your precious time and money.
I greatly enjoyed State of Decay and the immersive world it presents to the players, it will leave you craving not for brains, but more of the addictive gameplay the title has to offer. Definitely a great zombie apocalypse game.
One of my favorite companies when it comes to J-RPG's is without a doubt NISA with great sagas such as Disgaea and Hyperdimension Neptunia among others. Recently they released a new game, The Fated Guide Paradox which brings much Deja vu and that unique style from NIS America d00d!