Tags : Otome

3 beautiful visual novels to treat your eyes with

Who doesn’t love a good visual novel with nice illustrations? Here I will suggest three titles worth looking into just due to their exquisite art, and if you like what you see, I will be mentioning other works of the artists too. Support their gorgeous efforts by buying their titles on Steam! Flowers When someone […]Read More

Café Enchanté Review: Serving up an enthralling tale

Café Enchanté released on the 5th of this month, exclusive to the Switch as of now. It easily beats Aksys’ previous otome release of Piofiore: Fated Memories as the better title, with its rich world-building and lore, increasingly engaging story and lovable cast from the love interests (LI’s) to the side characters. Let’s get into […]Read More

4 Japanese games inspired by the Wizard of Oz

As a lover for anything related to the Wizard of Oz and seeing it as the prime inspiration for the otome game Ozmafia!, I wanted to discuss four other Japanese games that references 1900’s iconic children’s novel by L. Frank Baum. Unfortunately only one of my selections is easily accessible, with the others being harder […]Read More

Obey Me! when I say this otome card game hybrid

After becoming more focused on sinking my time into physical only releases of otomes, I began to turn my back on my initial exposure to the genre with the mobile exclusive titles. The most notorious titles developed by prolific companies many otome players will come to quickly learn of consist of names such as Cheritz […]Read More

Cherishing Cheritz: A deep dive into otome’s underappreciated company

Certain otome developers have been in hot water recently, what with newer releases having botched translations (tsk, tsk, tsk Aksys) and the disappointing removal of mobile only titles making them impossible to be played ever again (tsk, tsk, tsk Solmare). These unfortunate incidents have brought about a microscope lens homing in on certain developers, with […]Read More

4 free otome games you need to play right now

I, like many of us I’m sure, got into the otome genre through the always expanding, always informative depths of the internet. My first exposure to the genre was with the freeware classic RE: Alistair, an early otome piece developed by the well-known developer sakevisual. Before Steam became the Amazon of PC gaming, sites such […]Read More

Piofore: Fated Memories Releases October 8 In The West

Aksys Games have revealed that Piofore: Fated Memories will be releasing early October in the West, along with a set of art cards. The exclusive cards will be available in the first run of the otome game on Nintendo Switch, and each one features a different main character. The box art has also been revealed […]Read More

5 Otome Side Characters We Wish Were Love Interests

Otome games are full of endearing and beloved characters you’re meant to fall head over heels for, but what happens when you’re falling for an unobtainable side character? This phenomenon has been coined by fans as the otome side characters syndrome, and it’s truly awful to have to experience. From the female best friends, to […]Read More

Dangerous Relationship Releases on Switch

Dangerous Relationship is an otome visual novel from Dogenzaka Lab, initially released back in 2016. The game probably isn’t as dark as the title sounds, the danger it’s referencing is actually the danger of keeping your relationship a secret when dating a celebrity. Here’s a brief summary of the story, from Steam: You finally land […]Read More

3 Brilliant Otome Hidden Gems on Steam

Otome games are available on many different platforms, from consoles, to handhelds, to mobile devices, and Steam store, it being the place to go for a plethora of hidden gems. Here we hope to cover a few otome games available only on PC and purchasable through Steam, all at very attractive price points while also […]Read More