Fantasia, The Realm of Thanos

The other day, while trying to find a review for Souten no Kanata, I came across this review for an otome doujin game… which led me to the official website (which, strangely, doesn’t seem to have a direct link to download the full game…). I traversed the links until I finally got here, which seems to have the latest version of the game…

I thought it’s worth mentioning that the game was made by ONE person… a feat which would had taken impressive amount of effort and time. I’m yet to play it, as at the moment I have too much going on. But if you have played, what do you think of it?

As for me… too many things going on in real life, unfortunately. Have stopped playing games altogether in an effort to sort out everything else.

Trivia: Crimson Royale, if you ordered from Quinrose, came with a set of 3-months calendar (Aug-Oct) and a poster. I have no idea where to put up this poster in my room, which is the physical representation of Chaos (my room, not the poster)…


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Kristin
    Jan 09, 2011 @ 07:45:55

    Its a really good game:D
    its a a game with three games. Realem of Thanos is the first, then its Fantasia Requiem of The Abyss and then its Fantasia Grand Finale(under progress) you can find them all her at its the makers deviantart site, sha has posted all her games there under her gallery;p


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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.
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