mobile, nintendo switch, otome gaming

Otomate Party 2018 Roundup

It’s time for Otomate’s annual Otomate party where they release the latest information on 2019’s upcoming games. This year they announced around 11 new titles (some of them being mobile games/apps) over the course of two days (8th ~ 9th September) as well as sneaking in some titles that will be ported to the Nintendo Switch. So let’s dive into the announcements.

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Rejet’s 2018 Announcements

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Pretty much late on this post (more than a week late) but better late than never, haha. I’m not sure if Rejet had another “fes” to announce the new stuff happening this year or they just plain ol’ dumped youtube videos and called it an announcement considering they haven’t updated their site’s latest “events” sections since August 2017.

There’s a couple of old stuff getting some new volumes, its part of Rejet’s policy to milk the popular stuff as best they can, but there’s a couple of new IPs that seem quite interesting so let’s have a look, shall we?

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Otomate Party 2017 Roundup

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It’s that time of year again. Otomate holds a big party for about 3 days to announce new games and stuf, if you want to witness it first hand you’ll have to purchase tickets to attend otherwise you’ll have to wait like the rest of us until Otomate party is over and they start uploading new trailers to their youtube channel.

Of course, I am of one those people who just waited for things to be announced on youtube. For once I’d like to attend just to see what’s it all about on the inside of Otomate Party, but I’m guessing it’ll be a long time until I get the chance to go lol.

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[2015 Recap & Review] The year of Disappointment

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