Bundle Giveaway

I’ve reviewed East Tower and How to Take Off Your Mask recently, and I’d love to see more people playing and reviewing these games. I bought extra bundles from IndieGala when it was available, thinking someone else would be happy to have them as well…

So here’s the deal – I have 2 extra IndieGala bundles to give out, containing a number of RoseVerte games (East Tower + 3 other games). The rules are:

  1. You need to have a Steam account, as the game need to be redeemed via Steam (creating a new account is pretty easy).
  2. You need to be a fairly active otome game reviewer (given my own abysmal posting record, I’d consider 12 posts in the last 12 months as ‘active’).
  3. Leave a comment with your mail address and blog address; email address so I can email you the gift, and blog address so I can check your blog and add it to my blogroll😀
  4.  You need to review at least one of the games in the bundle in the next, say, 3 months…?
  5. Entry is open for a week from the date this is posted.
  6. …assuming there will be more than 2 entries (I’m being highly optimistic) I’ll use a random number thingie to pick the winner(s). Winners will be announced in this post, so check back in a week…?

UPDATE: I’m highly amused that there’s no entry ヽ( ̄~ ̄ )ノ I can only assume that people aren’t that keen to create a Steam account, or that people aren’t interested in RoseVerte games – if you happen to see this update, can you vote on the poll? It’s just to satisfy my curiosity (*¯ ³¯*)♡

How To Take Off Your Mask – review

20160402195345_1This game was part of a recent IndieGala bundle – I’m glad it was included because I would not had thought to try this game otherwise due to the price ($15). I was looking for something cute and simple and this seemed to fit the bill. It’s also available on Steam.

The game is in English, although it’s voiced in Japanese… the screenshots from the official site is in Japanese but I couldn’t find the option anywhere to change the text to Japanese, so I guess the option’s not available.

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East Tower series – review

20160410174624_1One of the recent IndieGala bundle contained all 4 of the game in the East Tower series – the game popped up on my radar when the first one was released, but back then I decided to wait until the game’s “complete”, and I think that was the right decision. This game is also available from Steam, which is awesome because Steam cloud \( ̄▽ ̄)/

Do excuse me for this review – since there are 4 different games I decided to only post screenshots from the 1st game as opposed to taking screenshots from all of them.

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Hatoful Boyfriend – Ryouta play diary (kinda)

This post is really for people who’d… probably enjoy the sheer WTF I went through whilst playing this game. I can’t think of any other reason.
…who am I kidding, I’m posting this for myself so I can re-read this a year from now and giggle at my own expense.

I’ve heard about Hatoful Boyfriend for ages, but it just never attracted me – for that reason I never bothered to look for summaries or spoilers or anything else. I mean, I knew that I’d eventually play it, in which case why look for spoilers when I can just experience it all first-hand? Even if it took me years before deciding to play it… I’ve finally decided to play it because a colleague from work said he’d also give it a go. This post is basically me taking a screenshot every few minutes as I played this game for the first time, along with the thought that’s on my mind at that point in time.

Future me, I hope you’re grateful and entertained somehow. Please remember me, your past self, when you read this – remember those late nights spent seducing avians and go buy yourself something nice.

Please be warned that this post is IMAGE HEAVY – probably not a good idea to view this on your mobile phone.
Also: I’m not sure if the creator would be happy with me posting this many screenshots – I tried to google it but couldn’t come up with anything. If it’s not cool I’ll take this post down – just leave a comment.

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X-note – review

XNote000I got this game ages ago as part of an IndieGala bundle and had not felt like playing, and decided recently, eh, why not.

X-Note is a mystery English PC otome game and can be bought from the maker’s website or from Steam. It’s a VN with elements of stat-rasing (using minigames).

 

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Just an otome game fan. ...who spends a lot of weekends playing otome games on PC with a Japanese dictionary propped open on her lap.