Reiichi accidentally develops an intelligent AI who takes the form of a cute (and very young-looking) girl called Apeiria who makes her own massive network and has her create a complex VRMMO that mirrors all of the real world’s sensations and basic physics but with a magic system. After a day, the VRMMO turns into a ‘if you get forcibly logged out (through in-game death), you die irl” death game and Apeiria gets held captive by the game’s very system. The rest of the game is then a time-leaping adventure to save the loli AI, with loads of quantum mechanics infodumping and diagrams. And also lots of dick jokes. Reiichi’s power in the VRMMO is a literal dick sword that requires ejaculation in exchange for gamebreakingly powerful attacks.
IT’S NOT LOVE BUT SO WHERE NEAR
Time to die after this
Short blurbs about recent reads. I should do this more often because writing legit reviews is too much work and I have trouble writing about stuff I like.
Was going to write a legit GOTY post until I realized that most of the games I played this year were not from this year. There are a bunch of games that I intend to but haven’t played yet, so this post is probably pointless anyway. Overall it was a pretty good year, could have been a lot worse.
No repeat “winners” for different categories because the point of this post is to spare me from writing a bunch of other posts.
Felshis is the follow up to Amatsukaze, and the next game in the Machina Chronicle series. It’s also the last game that Onikage wrote for, since Gears of Dragoon doesn’t have his involvement although it is technically in the series. We went from robots and high tech sex toys to a tale of ninjas avenging their fallen village, and now to an adventurer school setting in a fantasy world with dragons and dungeons. Yes it is still the same world.
The sequel to Kikaijikake no Eve, and the next entry in the Machina Chronicle series. I guess you can say that this is the eroge that I’ve always wanted to encounter but didn’t know existed until recently, because it basically hits all my strike zones.
I finished this last week but didn’t write anything due to having three consecutive exams. I’m not sure if I can actually do this game any justice with my ‘review,’ but not saying anything just won’t do.
For every scenario-ge where you have to sit through a boring week of slice-of-life before something interesting happens, there exists an equal number of or more moege where the common route is entertaining but the individual routes just come crashing down in quality. Pure x Connect is a good sample of the latter, I’d say after clearing two routes. I don’t think I’ll bother with any more.