Hey guys! It’s been a while. ^O^
I’ve been kinda busy with RL stuff (adulting is serious bsns lol) so this blog is on a mini hiatus. But it doesn’t mean that I haven’t been playing or reading. I’ve just finished playing Zero Time Dilemma, and currently juggling Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Dual Destinies and Code: Realize (Lupin <3). These days, you can usually find me on Twitter squeeing on random things. :3
Anyhow, you probably know that I’m always out-of-the-loop on news. I just can’t keep up and I give up trying u_u. If it wasn’t for a commenter named Justyna, I wouldn’t have the slightest idea of the existence of the game called Sentimental Trickster!
5 Centimeter Per Second has always been on my to-watch list. Thanks to my workmate, I have finally been able to watch it!
Released in 2007, this movie was a hit. Back then, this was what everyone was talking about.
If I hadn’t known, I wouldn’t have guessed that the Konohara Narise who wrote Castle Mango is the same one who did Don’t Worry Mama and The Man Who Doesn’t Take Off His Clothes. Castle Mango has a more solid plot than their previous works.
Shirosaki lives in a love hotel his family owns. There he meets the AV director, Togame, when his production team shoots in their hotel. Right from their first meeting, Shirosaki doesn’t have a good impression of the director. What’s worse is that he learns that Togame is gay and is fond of his little brother Satoru. Shirosaki decides to take an action at the cost of what?
On her first day of high school, Hinako accidentally bumps into Hkaru, a guy who looks just like her. After threatening her that she’ll have to pay a huge amount for his medical fees, she reluctantly agrees. Turns out, Hikaru is her long lost twin and they are from a Yakuza family. Onigashima family has a long standing tradition that the son should go to Shishiku Academy and be the banchou. Hikaru hates fighting and all the yakuza stuff. He learns of the existence of his twin sister and her physical strength so with much blackmailing, Hinako has to attend to Shishiku. Her life as Hikaru starts!
I was never interested to R-18 games before Bocchi Musume x Produce Keikaku. Well, I was ~mildly~ interested but the length of the games deterred me from playing them. Bocchi Musume, released last March 18 for digital editions and March 25 for physical versions, is a game from Kalmia8. It is set in high school and with only two guys to go after, I figured this would be a quick play.
How did my first R-18 game fare?