A while ago I released a post telling people about the huge sale on the visual novels, now I’ve read the first one and I’m ready to talk about it! More people would have watched the anime instead of reading the novels due to the pay wall in the way so I will be more … Continue reading Higurashi: Visual novel and anime comparison
Hey guys welcome to my first post in 2018! I’ve decided to release a bunch of posts in quick succession so that Evangelion month can have a clear start and establish itself without any posts such as these getting in the way! Basically at Christmas I got a Nintendo Switch and decided to talk a … Continue reading I got a Nintendo Switch! My Experiences With The Console And My Friend Code!
The dialogue in this game isn’t really realistic however they’re believable enough to not really matter in the end. I like how easy it is to follow every girl except Monika and how paying attention to their dialogue really helps when creating something to appeal to them. Each moment in the game felt really great … Continue reading Doki Doki Literature Club – Thoughts On Gameplay
In my previous post about this show I talked a lot about the choices presented and I’ll now talk about my general thoughts and ideas as well as the experience of my first play through. Read the previous post first and of course beware of spoilers. Find the first part here. Now that I’ve gone … Continue reading My Experience With Doki Doki Literature Club – Spoilers
In this visual novel you meet four different high school girls who basically force you to join their club: Sayuri, Natsuki, Yuri and Monika. They then make you write a poem every night and the game varies depending on who your poem appeals too and what options you chose within the day. The way the … Continue reading Doki Doki Literature Club And The Controlling Nature Of Free Will
My problem with Hyrule Warriors is to do with the terrible AI and defeat conditions. In each game you will have a main overall goal but be able to lose in a certain way. The defeat conditions which I have a problem with is protecting the allied base and preventing allies from fleeing because it … Continue reading My Problem With Hyrule Warriors
Open world maps tend to be something well respected and admired in fantasy games, particularly RPG’s and JRPG’s. This is because it gives the sense of a bigger adventure and a more important larger world outside of what the characters control. It gives the players a better sense of freedom and exploration to discover things … Continue reading My Problem With Open World Maps In RPG’S