Yay for another otome! I love otomes, and I can never get enough of them. Please do recommend me some otomes so I can devour them. Nom nom nom.
This time, it’s The Second Reproduction (TSR), in which you’re a playing as a princess that embarks on a dangerous mission to slay the evil Demon Lord – or not? Well, you should get the idea. 😉 And your handsome knight in shiny armour stubbornly tags along despite your protests.
Sounds like fun.
Looking for a game that won’t take too much of your time? Why not try That Cheap and Sacred Thing (TCAST)?
TCAST is a short, drama + sci-fi kinectic novel that made me cry. I’ve never cried playing any games – but hey, look, here I am crying in front of the computer. I recommend this to everyone out there, because it is a great kinetic novel that evokes a lot of emotion, and provokes a lot of thought. In addition, TCAST explores themes like robots (androids, in this case), and their relationship with us humans. Despite taking only less than an hour to complete, I thoroughly enjoyed every part of TCAST.
I’ve recently played an interesting free visual novel, and I thought I’d share it with you guys! However, in this visual novel, you play as a male teacher, for a change. A smoking hot male teacher, in fact. It’s sad I don’t get to see myself much. 😦
Like high school drama? Well then give this game a go – this game not only focuses on the relationships between boy x girl, there’s boy x boy as well as girl x girl involved too. In other words, yaoi and yuri. Other than your usual high school drama, it also brings up the important issue of privacy in the modern days, specifically in social networks.
Don’t they look like a couple made in heaven? This is going to be my last character review of the characters from (P)lanets. Don’t know what that is? Check out my (P)lanets game review and try it out!
Lucan, the prince-like character. A gentleman indeed, although he blushes a little too much for one. He’s like a celebrity in the school – there’s a club called Lucan-sama Fan Club. The girls are all infatuated with him and stalks him pretty much everywhere. Oh no, that means competition!
Yay for Haruhi! Haru’s actually my favourite character out of all the guys that you can get in the game. Sadly, he’s a minor character. Wait, check out my (P)lanets game review if you don’t know what in this planet (hey, pun!) is going on.
Haru’s your childhood friend. And your best friend, until you left for Planets. He dresses up as a girl and acts like one anyway (and passes off as one without fail). He gets bullied often and it’s you that stands up for him. You spend pretty much most of your time with him and he’s heartbrokened that you left for Planets. Well, you can always come back for him. 😉
In case you don’t know what (P)lanets is, check out my (P)lanets game review for a better idea on what’s going on here. 🙂
It’s Mister Tsundere’s turn for a character review! Kaius is your typical tsundere that has a really cute side that he doesn’t want to or doesn’t have a chance to show anyone. I’m pretty sure if people saw his cute side, he’d have a lot of girls chasing after him (wait, that’ll mean more competition). He doesn’t want friends, so he’s pretty much alone most of the time. And that also means more one-on-one times with him. 😉
My very first character review of (P)lanets! Please do read my (P)lanets game review first before reading the character reviews, so you don’t get lost in the bizarre storyline!
Ryuu, the outgoing guy that smiles no matter what happens. He wants to enjoy life while he can, and he looks like nothing can bring him down. And oh, he’s sensitive to tickles. 😉