There's been some slight chances to this site, luckily not too much. but blog post are limited to referencing a show. In the mean time I hope to catch up with some old acquaintances on here, add some shows and manga whilst i've been away and fix whats below this of broken images/hyperlinks.
Lighting Warrior Raidy
You guessed it you play as a woman, who fights beast women, "1+1=" anyone. That's right a window, the plot may be transparent but the experience defiantly isn't. You play as Raidy, a twenty something year old warrior who can summon lighting (hence the name), who has traveled to the town of Sadd to find that there are no young people at all. Women where captured and taken to this nearby tower, men tried to rescue them but never returned, it's so sad (ugh). Anyhow the most promising thing to come out of this is the 3D dungeon crawling with simple turn based battling, much like how you see Doom or Arx Fatalis.
Time to Escape the Windows Screen Saver!
A very addictive game this was defiantly adapted for RPG fans alike. You play the role of "Rudy" a novice to be hunter and his journey to find the moon princess that he's had in his dreams for the past ten years on every full moon. The graphics are very simple, in a style that I can only describe as close to pokemon games for the Game Boy. The interesting development in this is that you can build relationships with characters by choosing certain missions and how you act on those missions, of course you still have some CG shots and full cast acting at major arcs.
If you didn't already guess, we're talking bout her body
My view on this is that it's a very admirable game that uses a different method on how you "get the girl", and as most RPG games it can be quite addictive in acquiring new items and cash. There are plenty of characters that can join your party, but you can only have a total of four members, where Rudy and Shell (his pet dragon) are consistent in the party. The only flaws i can point out are the hack'n'slash gameplay can be quite repetitive, and considering the age off the game, the sound quality of the voices isn't as clear as compared to most VNs'. it is interesting to know that peach princess are planning in translating the sequel too, but whether that can work on Vista 64bit or above is an entirely different mater.
Princess waltz tells the story of Chris Northfield and his journey to be the new king of Seven Central. You play as Fukamori Arata who assist Chris in achieving his goal by combining forces to form the Princess of the Sword, unfortunately the other princess get in the way since they need fight for the prince Chris's hand. Well all sorts of trouble gets underway then.
Wondrous CG's, backgrounds and character sprites make this a game a colourful depth compared to any other, more-or-less on par with Shuffle!. the only minor thing is princess waltz is a kinetic novel, so the only choices the player gets are the card battles, or when it gets to the second part of the story.
What was quite unique in this story was that whenever the main character was faced with a battle, the player took control of the fighting, ...with a card battle system. It's quite an unfamiliar way for battling, and i can only see it paring with the early Dragon Ball Z games. I will note the basic fighting since it describes it thoroughly in the game. First you par off against the enemy to decide who is attacking or defending, the second phase lets you put down the rest of your cards (as little or many as you have) for the power you admit for attacking or defending. The success works by either the power of your cards or the majority "coloured" suit of them i.e. Red cards overpower Blue, Blue overpower Green and Green Overpower Red.
regardless of it being another h-game from peach princess, it surely focuses the player more on the plot then any other element of the game
Now for my blue eye's white dragon
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