• Apps,  Otome,  Review

    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?

  • Apps,  Console Games,  Otome,  PC Games,  Review

    10 Otome 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.

  • Otome,  Review

    Otome Review: Love Brings You Home (Taiyo’s Route)

    Love Brings You Home is one of the many Otome titles written by Voltage Inc and currently available on the Love 365 app, which is constantly updating with new series and routes even adding old standalone games into it. Taiyo Inami is one of the characters in the series and I managed to take a look at his main story in the past few days being available for free (it expired, so if you want to read it you have to purchase it).

  • PC Games

    Otome Games: Mystic Messenger

    Today I bring you something different from my usual gaming posts. If you happen to be already interested in Japanese/Korean comics and cartoons (originally called manga/manhwa and anime), Otome games could represent a good company for your tiring and lonely days. Mystic Messenger is by far one of the most played adventures of this kind, so get comfy, grab a drink and some tissues on the way, because you’re going to undertake quite a long and deep ride!