We’re about to hit the halfway point for 2017, folks! Do you all see the glass as half-empty or half-full? Advertisements
Category: Visual Novel Reviews
Released for English-speaking audiences back in November 2016, Long, Guitars, and the Nashville Skyline is about road trips, music, and romance. What did I think about this yuri visual novel? (Spoilers in this review)
Only 66% of the year remains, folks. If the year was converted into a single hour, then 20 minutes would have already passed by and we would only have 40 minutes left! It’s also the last month of spring, wow!
For those of you who want to know what happens in The Shadows of Pygmalion without actually playing the game or got confused while playing said game, this (potential) series is for you! (SUPER HEAVY SPOILERS IN THIS POST)
Originally released back in 2013, The Shadows of Pygmalion was localized and was made available in English during late Februrary 2017. I actually first found out about MangaGamer’s plans for the game back in June 2016, so I’ve been waiting for Pygmalion for over six months (and I’m sure many people have been anticipating this release for
Jeez, I can’t believe it’s already March. It’s almost as if we just finished living through the shortest month of the year or something.
Released in January 2017, Love Ribbon is a yuri visual novel about taboo love between two sisters. What do I think of this daring visual novel?
A visual novel that was released back in October 2016, Negligee is a story of love and lingerie. Is it worth your time and money? (Spoilers in this review)
Another month, another monthly update!
I didn’t actually think I would do one of these, but seeing all of my blogger buddies do recap posts got me in the mood to do it, too. …That’s a bit of a dangerous mentality right there, oops. THIS IS A LONG POST