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~”
Hakuoki! The game was released originally for Playstation 2 back in 2008 and has since seen ports to all sorts of platforms: PSP, DS, 3DS, PS3, PS Vita, iOS, and Android (in the USA, it’s available on 3DS, PS3, Vita, iOS, and Android). Some people insist that the games have already run their course–to just let the series rest–but I only delved into the first installment on my PS Vita earlier this year, so to me it is new!
Mix the history of the Shinsengumi with a vampire twist, and you get Hakuoki.
Dude, I’ve been super excited for this release all summer. I picked up the digital copy of the game off the Playstation Network for my Vita for $29.99, although you can buy it right now on Steam for 40% off! I just have a strong preference for playing my visual novels on my Vita, so I decided to pay the extra money.
Amnesia: Memories is the official English translation and port of Amnesia, a PSP game originally only available in Japan. I suspect a certain fan group that attempted to translate Amnesia brought a lot of attention to the game, and Idea Factory finally decided it would be worth investing money to bring it over :P. Regardless, I’m happy that there is a new English otome game to add to my small collection. Continue reading “Game Review: Amnesia Memories”