I watched the anime Amnesia before I knew that the anime was based on a game. I then discovered that Amnesia: Memories is available on STEAM for R79. I purchased it and have since poured hours into the game. My most recent play-through I figured I would conquer every possible ending starting with Shin. Unlike... Continue Reading →
After seeing multiple adverts for the otome game Immortal Heart, I thought I would give it a playthrough. I quickly realised the game was more effort than it was worth. The game is intended to be a money farm and is not kind for players who will not or can not spend money on it.
Mystic Messenger is a dating simulator and has a few capture targets. I am trying to capture Zen's fictional heart. He is my first capture target from the casual story mode. The below daily recaps and explanations have been written day-by-day at the end of my day and thus are more like diary entries and... Continue Reading →
The first time I played Mystic Messenger I reached day 5 in my play through and realised I could not capture the target that I wanted. So now here I am, attempting to capture 'em all.
Jump Force, a game based on a selection of Shōnen Jump's anime. The game covers 15 anime titles and has 53 characters pulled from those titles. Of those characters, 10 are paid for as DLC's (downloadable content). Check out the below list to see which anime and characters were pulled into the game.
I am not the biggest or best gamer but I still gave The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross a try. I was expecting a play style similar to previous anime based games I have played before like Bleach: Brave Souls. I was not expecting what this game delivered. Usually, when I play mobile anime games... Continue Reading →