Title: My Dangerous Life Company: Giiku Games Genre: Dating Sim, Yaoi, LGBTQ+ Release Date: July 23, 2020 Rating: 13+ Synopsis: “Hinata wants to fulfill his lifelong dream of studying abroad in New York, but the moment he arrives, everything starts going downhill. He is tricked out of his apartment, a stranger has stolen his identity… Continue reading Pride Month: First Impressions: My Dangerous Life
NTT Solmare’s Shall We Date? Obey Me: One Master to Rule Them All was released on December 12, 2019. You are a human partaking in a year-long exchange program within the Devildom with one other human and two angels—as a means for the three realms to live in harmony. While you are participating, you start to create pacts with the embodiments of the seven deadly sins as a means to help release one of the avatars of the seven deadly sins. There are two mysteries: why was that avatar locked up in the first place and why were you chosen to participate in this exchange? So far, there are 14 chapters, but they’re still working on adding more chapters within the game.
This past week has been filled with so many new releases. Some good—some bad. However, one topic seemed to overpower them all—chickens.
Image from: WallpaperFlare From the title of this post, you’re probably either relating to it by a long shot or wondering what this is all about. I love dating sims and visual novels which is very apparent since I do reviews/lists on them, but I do have something to confess. I tend to download, play… Continue reading Continuing Dating Sims/Visual Novels After Not Doing So For A Really Long Time
Blush Blush is a clicker dating sim which released in April of this year by Sad Panda Studios. You “accidentally” spread a curse on 12 people that caused them to turn into animals and the only way you can break it is by loving them and they love you in return. When I first saw… Continue reading Pride Month: Blush Blush- Game Review
Sim dates (or Otome Games) are a popular visual novel sub-genre where you, as the player, have to get the male and/or female characters to fall in love with you in order to get the good/true endings of the routes. If done right, the story and the gameplay are rather worth the countless amounts of laughter, tears and moments of frustration from trying to choose the correct answers in order to get a good ending. One example of a dating sim is the korean dating sim that blew up the internet: Mystic Messenger. After this, many people decided to check out other dating sim games. I've played dating sim games for years now, but, of course, I will never forget my first dating sim I ever played.