Tags : no Naku Koro ni

When They Cry New Game in 2017

Higurashi When They Cry and Umineko When They Cry are some of the most remarkable visual novels out there. Starting out as little more than doujin titles, they quickly grew in popularity and rightfully so. The last installment of these games was released way back in 2011 and a new installment in the series is long overdue. […]Read More

Higanbana no Saku Yoru ni Review (PC)

Higanbana no Saku Yoru ni is uncomfortable to say the least. It not only touches a few dark topics but fully submerges you in them. Whereas Higurashi and Umineko start sincerely enough and slowly spiral into a tale of deceit hatred and lies, Higanbana drops you right into the middle of its rotting detestable world. […]Read More

Doujin Classics: Ougon Musou Kyoku (PC)

It seems that every great doujin visual novel has its own fighting game spin-off. Ougon Musou Kyoku is such a game, based on the popular Umineko no Naku Koro ni visual novel and made by the same team. This is a fast paced 2D tag team fighting game with amazing visuals and a fully voiced […]Read More

Umineko no Naku Koro ni Review (PC)

I’ve been putting off this review for months trying to collect my thoughts. It has been an experience unlike any other. It single-handedly made me fall in love with the mystery genre, teaching me to appreciate all the intricate details the author has to conjure up. But with its mystery themes aside, Umineko no Naku Koro […]Read More

Higurashi Sui Creeping Its Way To PS3 and Vita

Higurashi came out in 2002 and its author could have never imagined how successful it would be. Higurashi quickly became one of the most popular doujin games ever. In 2006 came the PS2 port, which had redrawn CGs and voice acting, while in 2007 Higurashi arrived on the DS, both versions with different additional chapters. […]Read More

Higurashi When They Cry Review (PC)

Doujin games rarely become popular and even when they do it’s usually a title from an already established company. Higurashi managed to defy all odds selling over 500,000 copies, this is something not seen since Type-Moon’s Tsukihime. Higurashi is a tale of friendship but also a tale of betrayal. It’s both a sad and happy […]Read More