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VN Reviews: “Juniper’s Knot” and “Doki Doki Literature Club”.

Juniper’s Knot NO! PLEASE DON’T END! Oh god, this actually made me cry. Juniper’s Knot was so emotional that I was pleading that it won’t end at its climax. I can’t remember the last time anything has made me so overwhelmingly happy and sad at the same time. It almost hurt my heart when the credits started to roll. The artwork of Juniper’s Knot is phenomenal! It’s an exquisite painting…

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Game Reviews: “RWBY: Grimm Eclipse” and “Sakura Clicker”.

RWBY: Grimm Eclipse RWBY deserves better than this. Oh wow. Where do I even begin to sort out this mess? This is one game that should’ve stayed in early access, but RWBY: Grimm Eclipse needs way more than just more time in the oven. The Story “Play as Ruby, Weiss, Blake, and Yang in this character-driven adventure that explores new storylines, new Grimm types, and a new villain!”, it says…

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[Review] Shadowverse

Portalcraft is the most broken thing I’ve seen since Meta-Knight in Brawl. Recently I’ve been finding it hard to enjoy gaming lately. Not sure why but I lost interest in playing the majority of the games I owned. It wasn’t until I watched some Yu-Gi-Oh videos that I had a mighty urge to play it, as I’ve had a thing for card games before. Note that the only card game…

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[Review] Resident Evil 6: One of the best.

Wait! Before you leave an angry comment, hear me out! I know the general consensus on whether Resident Evil 6 is a good resident evil game is rather mixed, but through its flaws, it is a really good game. I understand it’s not for everyone, especially those who want something more like an authentic survival-horror game, but it’s still a greatly satisfying experience for someone who wants to play a…

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Game Reviews: “ICEY” and “Mitsurugi Hamui Hikae”.

ICEY Imagine Devil May Cry as a side-scroller. This is without a doubt one of the funniest hack-n-slash games I’ve played since Devil May Cry. ICEY doesn’t just give a satisfying gameplay, it puts you on really fun journey as you play through the game with the narrator’s direction. However, quick warning: Use the Japanese audio. It’s a must as the other language voice overs don’t really do the game…

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VN Reviews: “CUPID”, “Her Lie I Tried To Believe”, and “Ambre”.

CUPID A romance visual novel you need to experience. CUPID honestly left me speechless. It was just so beautifully romantic and enticing. You can tell that it was aimed at a female demographic just from how elegant the story is. I think this only the second visual novel that has ever made me not want to stop reading it for any reason. I was always so excited to see what…

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Game Reviews: “AER: Memories of Old”, and “Skyborn”.

AER: Memories of Old My Relaxation Game. You play as Auk, a girl who can transform into a bird and fly through the skies. I just adore how relaxing and peaceful this is, and the music compliments the calming nature of flying through the skies. As the art style is very unique and colourful, it only makes the game feel much more like a work of art that you can…

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VN Reviews: “Lynne”, “The Waters Above: Prelude”, and “The Average Everyday Adventures of Samantha Browne”.

Lynne It makes me wish I was reading something else. I really love the retro aesthetic Lynne has going for it. The art style really does it justice and makes it appealing to look at. The music also plays on your nostalgia. It’s not great by any means, but good nonetheless. But unfortunately that’s where the positives end. The writing of the visual novel feels really drawn out and rarely…

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VN Reviews: “Blossoms Bloom Brightest”, “HuniePop”, and “Sakura Angels”.

Blossoms Bloom Brightest I’m not sure what to think. The story/writing of the visual novel is pretty average. Not bad, but not good either. If I had to find a word for it, I would say that it was just “fine”. Three girls end up on a spaceship and must now spend their lives together. You learn about them more as you progress the story, but it also doesn’t really…

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VN Reviews: “Once On A Windswept Night”, “Once Upon an All Hallow’s Eve” and “Written in the Sky”.

Once On A Windswept Night Patience well rewarded. Warning: If you hate visual novels that make you repeat a story over and over again until you get the “best” ending, you may want to avoid this. Midway through playing it I was adamant on giving this visual novel a negative review, until I reach the true/best ending. It was so emotional that it actual made me tear up, maybe because…

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