Probably my favorite otome game since Code Realize. There were no particular routes I disliked, only some that fell a little flat, and at least two that I really enjoyed!
In a nutshell, worth playing! There were routes that I liked, but there were some routes that I felt bordered on the edge of domestic violence, which I did not like. Still, I was thrilled to have another otome title to play on my Vita.
I picked up Norn9 about a month ago and have been playing an hour of it about every night. There are so many routes in this game that I decided I ought to just split my review blog posts so that I can get to them before I forget about a route entirely ^_^;.
As I mentioned in my last blog post, I was super excited for this release. I’ve spent 4 days on Conquest so far, and this entry is seriously challenging! Here are some tips I’ve discovered so far along the way for new and old Fire Emblem players alike.
If you’ve searched “otome games” in the mobile app store, you’ve probably run across multiple free “games” by Koyonplete. They are not actually games–instead, they’re cell phone novels that you can either pay to read or read for free by earning “jewels” every day.
I’ve read…more of these than I’d like to admit. I haven’t gotten incredibly far in all of them, but I’ve at least tried most of them and can give you a run down on what to start with if you’re interested. Continue reading “A Guide to Koyonplete Cell Phone Novels”
The autumn season of otome games is upon us! YESSSS! My wallet is already bleeding. Following the release of Amnesia: Memories at the end of September is now Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~. Continue reading “Game Review: Code Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~”
Following my last post with another Koyonplete cell phone novel listed as an otome game on smart phone devices. This time, I’m here to give you my opinion on Lured Into Your Trap! Continue reading “Game Review: Lured Into Your Trap”
My Ex’s Brother – May I Love you is a cell phone novel listed as an otome game on smart phone devices. Don’t be confused–it’s strictly a cell phone novel, and there is no gaming element to it. Still, it provided me with enough entertainment that I am here to recommend it! Continue reading “Game Review: My Ex’s Brother – May I Love You”