Tag: Sekai Project

Aug
05

REVIEW: NEKOPARA Extra

NEKOPARA Extra is the latest game in the anime cat girl visual novel series. Meow!

Jul
19

REVIEW: A Light in the Dark

Why, oh why, did I turn down that dark alley. It’s a faster route home, but no one else travels through for it to be safe.

Jun
09

REVIEW: 2236 A.D.

A somewhat dark visual novel that tries a little too hard and ends up getting lost in nonsensical imagery and walls of irrelevant text.

Jun
03

REVIEW: NEKO-NIN exHeart Series

NEKO-NIN exHeart 2 was recently released, giving me the excuse I needed to go back and play all four titles (so far) in the series. If you’re interested in adorable ninja catgirls, read on!

May
03

REVIEW: AIdol

AIdol tells a light-hearted story of teenage development, friendship, and love in a relatively believable setting based on the Japanese idol subculture.

Apr
26

REVIEW: Rabi-Ribi

Rabi-Ribi is a Metroidvania with strong Bullet Hell elements at its core, so I must admit that while I consider myself a huge fan of the former type of games, I’ve always avoided the latter like the plague.

Mar
28

REVIEW: Fatal Twelve

Fatal Twelve is the latest anime visual novel published by Sekai Project. Full of hate, betrayal, intrigue … and love, VNs like this don’t come along often.

Mar
07

REVIEW: Companion

What would you do if you met the girl of your dreams less than a week before the end of the world?

Nov
22

REVIEW: KARAKARA and KARAKARA2

KARAKARA is a post-apocalyptic anime kinetic visual novel series full of human-animal hybrid girls and one lucky pure human man.

Jun
07

REVIEW: The Falconers: Moonlight

The Falconers: Moonlight places the gamer in early colonial New Zealand as a horror-hunter named Cassie, whose role is to protect colonial citizens from the supernatural.