• Leonardo Da Vinci | Character Review | Ikémen Vampire

    Leonardo is the kind of man everyone loves, but no one truly knows. No matter your problem, the ‘Renaissance Man’ will have a solution. But, when the conversation gets personal, he quickly changes the topic, leaving you wondering how someone so warm and caring could also seem so distant and lonely…

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  • Dates & Wires | Game Review

    Dates & Wires is a satirical blend of grungy cyberpunk and romantic comedy. Coming from the world of the webcomic ‘Drugs & Wires’, the characters in this game each have complex, flawed personalities that perfectly set the stage for a wild night of (attempted) debauchery…

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  • Mammon | Character Review | Obey Me!

    Described as ‘greedy’, ‘stupid’, and ‘scummy’, I didn’t expect to like Mammon. However, as I got to know ‘The Great Mammon’, I realised there was more to this perpetually-indebted Avatar of Greed than his lust for money…

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  • Tears of Themis (Closed Beta) | First Impressions | Game Review

    The closed beta has now ended, but even from this brief glimpse, it’s clear Tears of Themis is going to be the next heavy hitter in the otome game industry. With high quality animation, smoothly integrated gameplay, stunning visuals, and extensive voiced content, miHoYo’s latest production sets a new standard for mobile and otome games alike…

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  • Ikémen Sengoku | Game Review

    With full marks across the board, I’d recommend Ikémen Sengoku to any otome game fan. It’s a true all-rounder with great character design and top-tier storytelling. Plus, with the recent release of Act 2, it seems Ikémen Sengoku is only going to get better…

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  • Jean D’Arc | Character Review | Ikémen Vampire

    Unapologetically angsty; Jean d’Arc is the quintessential vampire. He’s brooding, ethereal, and filled with a self-loathing that sets the stage for beautifully melodramatic lines like, “You’re too radiant for me,” and “Is it okay for me to go on living?”…

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  • Zero | Character Review | Ikémen Revolution

    Zero is a wholesome, pure-hearted Very Good Boy, with a troubled and mysterious past. His relationship with MC has a very balanced dynamic, with both of them protecting and caring for each other in equal measures…

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  • Sanada Yukimura | Character Review | Ikémen Sengoku

    He calls you ‘dummy’, he takes you to a festival, you share a romantic moment as fireworks light up the sky… Sanada Yukimura covers all the classic teen romance tropes we’ve come to love, but he’s a samurai, not a high-schooler…

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  • Seth Hyde | Character Review | Ikémen Revolution

    The first truly spicy character I have come across in Ikémen Revolution, Seth Hyde is full of surprises. Rather than sticking to one archetype, the Ten of Spades is somehow a big-sister, big-brother, best friend, knight in shining armour, duplicitous trickster, angsty, possessive-but-also-empowering type. Each time you think you understand Seth a little more, you see a hint of yet another side to this multi-faceted character…

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  • Obey Me | Game Review

    Funny, sweet, and dramatic; Obey Me follows the adventures of your main character on a student exchange trip to hell… literally. With a diverse range of love interests, genderless MC, frequent story events, and immaculate UI, Obey Me has become a gateway to the world of otome games for many new players…

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Dates & Wires | Game Review

Dates & Wires is a satirical blend of grungy cyberpunk and romantic comedy. Coming from the world of the webcomic ‘Drugs & Wires’, the characters in this game each have complex, flawed personalities that perfectly set the stage for a wild night of (attempted) debauchery…

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Mammon | Character Review | Obey Me!

Described as ‘greedy’, ‘stupid’, and ‘scummy’, I didn’t expect to like Mammon. However, as I got to know ‘The Great Mammon’, I realised there was more to this perpetually-indebted Avatar of Greed than his lust for money…