VRoid Studio, The Anime Character Maker
VR games and virtual avatars are becoming more and more popular these days, as a lot of content creators are developing an evident appreciation for the Metaverse. VRoid Studio is a 3D Pixiv application made exclusively to create fantastic Anime characters to use for our artworks, YouTube videos and gaming characters, available for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android systems. VRoid is a very powerful tool that we can get completely for free, no subscription or additional costs are required unless we want to purchase some custom content available online. We still have all the freedom we need to create unique characters, just with the power of our creativity!
Obey Me! – Review Update & F2P Guide
Back in February 2020, when the Obey Me! app was still relatively new, I posted my full review for this RPG Card Game developed by NTT Solmare. Considering the most recent game implementations, I realized that my original post could now be considered slightly outdated and misleading for newcomers regarding the gameplay. For this reason I am giving you an updated version of said post along with a small free-to-play guide based on my personal experience, which may help you getting started.
Obey Me! – FREE RPG Card Game Review
A little before the Christmas holidays I found out about a new app called Obey Me! through a marketing post that randomly showed up in my Instagram feed. While I did talk about Otome games on this blog before, I haven’t downloaded any new app recently due to the Pay-to-Win gameplay that affects at least the 90% of content from this category. Still, whenever I see anime related posts I automatically click out of curiosity. Noticing the general high rating and good reviews, I convinced myself to download it and try it out for some time. What is there to lose anyway, when you can get something for free?
10 Otome/Romance Games Recommendations
As someone who always loved reading manga and books of different genres since a very young age, there usually are a few things I look forward to in a visual novel; art style, general writing, plot development and character behavior. As good as some Otome games can look with their beautiful CGs and nice premise, not all the ones I tried managed to satisfy my tastes due to a poor writing and/or questionable game mechanics. In this article you can find my personal recommendations, listed for any avid reader constantly looking for something new to enjoy.
Lifeline: An Interactive Space Adventure
Lifeline is an interactive text-based Space adventure built with different outcomes; a wrong answer could bring the mysterious astronaut directly into Death’s arms and interrupt the course of events sooner than anticipated. Exchange texts with cadet Taylor and take part of a distant journey to salvation with life or death choices. Shape Taylor’s destiny and discover the terrifying secret hidden on a foreign planet in Tau Ceti where no ship seems to land without crashing against its surface.
Voltage Inc: Love 365 and the Love Choice controversy
The Love Choice system implemented by Voltage Inc for their newest book Masquerade Kiss, officially released a few hours ago on Love 365 from the Japanese app, has generated a social media war for quite a while now and it definitely won’t cool down anytime soon. The fans who always supported their work because of the rare Pay to Play system are strongly against a “Freemium” mode which will actually force them to pay way more than what a normal, complete story would cost with coins. What is going to happen now?