Ai wa, Nikushimi ni Yoku Niteiru – 23rd February – Pil-Vamp
*R18 PC Game
Clover Toshokan no Juuin-tachi Compleat – 23rd February – MIO
Shinobi, Koi Utsutsu -Banka Aya Emaki- – 15th February – Otomate
Harukanaru Toki no Naka de Ultimate – 22nd February – Koei Tecmo
VitaminX Destination – 22nd February – D3P
This month is nothin’ but ports/remakes or sequels to established titles with only 1 (one) single game being somewhat new/original. Some of these titles seem like they’re ready to release this month while others seem like they’re not quite ready (Ai wa, Nikushimi ni Yoku Niteiru was delayed and has yet to have a promotional movie on their site yet). Hopefully the releases this month will be accurate because I don’t feel like updating this post if things go awry lol.
I’m hoping this month I’ll be able to get the chance to stream mobile games (if my plan works that is 😆 ) and record games better so hopefully I can use that footage for my mobile game reviews. If things work out hopefully I can stream Kimikiri so I can show everyone what a hot, decaying mess it is before Square Enix eventually shuts down service/servers for it.
Now, time for me to do a run down on this month’s releases.
Shinobi, Koi Utsutsu -Banka Aya Emaki- is a PS4 port that bundles together the original PSP game, the PS Vita ‘port’ that included new characters and routes and the fandisc. Seeing that it’ll be ported to the PS4, the resolution of the graphics will be bigger than the PS Vita version and possibly run smoothly at 60 FPS (possibly… not quite sure if it’ll run at 60 FPS).
Harukanaru Toki no Naka de Ultimate is a remake of the original Harukanaru Toki no Naka de game (2000, PS1). They promise to have a fully voiced cast (except for heroine), new CGs and many more upgrades.
VitaminX Destination is a long time coming sequel to the VitaminX franchise, made to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of VitaminX. The story takes place 7 years after graduation where the heroine comes back for a reunion with the original cast who have all grown up. The main cast have newly drawn sprites, along side modern looking CGs (no more early 2000s wonky illustrations). It is also D3P’s latest otome game in a long time, considering they didn’t release much in 2017. I guess they gave up on trying to create new games and just went back to basics with milking the VitaminX franchise once again.
Ai wa, Nikushimi ni Yoku Niteiru is an R18 PC game. Set in the Showa Period, the heroine of this story lives together with her father who runs a sweet store while she works as a typist. One day a letter from an unfamiliar lawyer office arrived, enclosed in it was a request to come to the office to speak about the inheritance of a millionaire who recently passed away…
The game itself has been delayed for quite a bit, supposed to release in December but delayed to February 2018. I’m worrying if they can release on the set date considering they don’t have any promotional videos and have zero H/explicit CGs in their site gallery lol.
Clover Toshokan no Juuin-tachi Compleat is a repackage and a HD upgrade of the two Clover Toshokan PC games (which originally had a split PC release). The original release had a smaller window which made the CGs smaller too, but in this HD upgrade for Windows 10/8/7 it’ll allow you to have a better window size as well as making the CGs wider. There will be bonus minigames which will give you special CGs upon clearing it.
That’s about it for this month’s overview.
Thanks for sticking around and reading this ’till the end.