As usual, before I get TOO stuck into the new Autumn offerings, I’ll be taking one final look at the Summer season’s series. My lineup is slightly different to what it was before, but hopefully that should make it a little more interesting!
For my 500th post on this blog, we go back to my June series poll once again, to review one of the joint runner ups: Choujikuu Kidan Southern Cross~
Unfinished business from my childhood… not only did I get the nostalgia factor, but also the satisfaction of finally seeing the story through to the end. 😀
Entomorph: Plague of the Darkfall (1995) – RPG, PC
The weather is getting colder, and the days are getting shorter… certainly feels as though this long, blazing summer is approaching its end, so I’d better get this belated post out of the way before the next season starts!
No post next week, as I’m away visiting relatives. Expect my mid-season anime thoughts in early September… where is this year disappearing to?
Anyway, this is the only visual novel I’ve ever played… read? Experienced. And it isn’t even related to an anime series, though there are obvious influences from and references to Sailor Moon, among other things. 😀
I can’t do much about the whole image resizing thing, so if you want a closer look at the screenshots, open the image in a new tab and delete the ‘?w=450’ part.
We Know the Devil (2015) – Visual novel, PC.
I’m currently playing through Under a Killing Moon, an earlier game in the same franchise, but The Pandora Directive is proving to be a tough act to follow… erm, precede. Here’s what I thought of it:
The Pandora Directive (1996) – Point-and-click adventure, PC.