Tags : visual novel

The wonderful world of Kortia’s isekai romance

When looking for video recommendations or highlighting new releases, sometimes you come across a title you’re incredibly happy to have discovered. For me, Kortia is a great example of this. Kortia is a browser-based visual novel in an isekai style — but with husbandos that look as beautiful as this I can’t be the only […]Read More

The harrowing horror of indie visual novel Milk inside a

Milk inside a bag of milk inside a bag of milk was released on the 26th of August 2020 by Nikita Kryukov, and is as bizarre as it sounds. But when we look past the horror label of this short, experimental visual novel it shows an exceptional exploration into the complicated subject of mental illness. […]Read More

3 OELVN games we want you to play

Eliza Eliza is a thought-provoking, emotional tale of AI meeting mental health in a dystopian world. We are Evelyn Ishino-Aubrey, whose past is grey as we know of only her past 3 years of being out of work, and whose present is just as uncertain in a world where her new job as a proxy […]Read More

Sprung: The dating sim that has aged like fine wine?

Well, not really. Sprung is a bizarre, long forgotten launch title for the Nintendo DS that was released back in 2004. It was developed by good old Ubisoft, and as a Western visual novel styled dating sim, you can probably guess how its teen targeted set up is like before even venturing into the game. […]Read More

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

10 of our favourite time manipulation games

Want to discover some games you should spend your all important time on? Here we list 10 of our favourite time manipulation games, be it a game mechanic, or relevant plot device to the story. With so many titles out there involving such a difficult theme to implement and pull off effectively, there will be […]Read More

5 Multi-Language Physical Switch Visual Novels to add to your

The Nintendo Switch already has an abundance of English visual novels available to hold within your hands as physical copies. With the Nintendo Switch being region free, it opens up a lot of potential purchases outside of your own region. But did you know that there are Japanese only physical copies that have options for […]Read More

Auteur Analysis: Kotaro Uchikoshi

After discussing Suda51 as an Auteur, I wanted to discuss an individual who wouldn’t initially appear as so obvious. Across two decades Kotaro Uchikoshi has made a name for himself with Western audiences specifically due to two series; the increasingly popular Zero Escape trilogy, and the lesser known but unanimously loved Infinity series. For the […]Read More