The second entry in Frontwing’s episodic space saga gets more interesting in terms of plot, but, for better or worse, keeps the excessive fanservice.
Ebi-hime presents another lovely, well-written game, this time in the otome genre – although not everything is as it seems.
Released simultaneously in English and Japanese, Corona Blossom is a crowd-funded series from veteran visual novel studio Frontwing designed to compete with the highly successful Nekopara on the Steam platform. But is it up to the task?
It’s somewhat of a travesty that, despite having written a lot about my involvement in the localization of Flowers, I hadn’t yet got around to reviewing it. So, at last, here are my thoughts on the Japanese version of the game. (I’ve kept it spoiler-free, although there is some mention of the route structure.)
Winged Cloud is back with yet another addition to their Sakura series, and it’s just as much of a let down as usual.
This title from new studio calme created a world I wanted to inhabit together with its cute characters, but didn’t allow me to spend enough time there.
A game translated by yours truly is now available on the Steam Store! ^_^