Visual novels onlineMarch 17, 2016 – 02:36 pm

Visual novels online

Hello! My name is Glenn Song and I m the artist and writer for the webcomic This Mortal Coil. I m also a game/web developer and I m using all of these skills to help me produce this webcomic series. The Comic Premise. Takahashi Natsumi is a young woman who dies and becomes a modern day Shinto deity. She s learning what it means to be a god and trying to find her place among the different pantheons in the Eternal Realm - a place that encompasses all…

Visual novels PS Vita EnglishMarch 13, 2016 – 02:15 pm

Visual novels PS Vita English

The PlayStation Vita has transformed into a great platform for visual novels. For the uninformed, these games are usually developed in Japan and heavily focuses on the story elements with minimal gameplay (if at all). The portability and high-res screen of the handheld system makes it perfect for this genre. So what are the best visual novel games for the Vita? You can find out in our list below. 5. Xblaze Series The BlazBlue series of fighting games…

Visual novels like ClannadFebruary 14, 2016 – 01:14 pm

Visual novels like Clannad

Ever been immersed in a grand story, where your very choices you make during the story will decide your ending? If reading a great story with great visuals is your idea of a great time, visual novels is up your alley. Visual novels, in its simplest form, is a story that revolves around reading and getting to know the story’s characters. Many of these games can range up to 50+ hours, rivaling even the longest of JRPGs. For many, the Ace Attorney series…

Visual novels on GBAJanuary 5, 2016 – 10:40 am

Visual novels on GBA

Saya no Uta Saya no Uta features a mindbending dilemma where the protagonist s perception is shifted so that, bizarrely, he only sees grotesque imagery in everyday situations, the novel is disturbing beyond reason in so many aspects. Beautiful women are now foul beasts with meaty appendages reeking of offensive stenches. Delicious food is now rancid and disgusting. Most of all he s no longer able to communicate effectively with the outside world as…

YA novels MangaDecember 20, 2015 – 10:11 am

YA novels Manga

Think back on the last time you went to a bookstore. That aisle of brightly-colored books with numbers on their spines. No, not the encyclopedia aisle. The other one. The manga aisle, usually full of readers squatting down by their favorite series, reading voraciously with an adoring, excited look in their eyes. And while you may know Sailor Moon, Dragon Ball Z, or that one with the card-playing kid with the spiky hair, you may NOT know just how many…

Top 100 novels ever WrittenDecember 12, 2015 – 08:13 am

Top 100 novels ever Written

It s almost a cliche at this point to say that teen fiction isn t just for teens anymore. Just last year, the Association of American Publishers ranked Children s/Young Adult books as the single fastest-growing publishing category. Which is why we were only a little surprised to see the tremendous response that came in for this summer s Best-Ever Teen Fiction poll. A whopping 75, 220 of you voted for your favorite young adult novels , blasting past…

Visual novels H ScenesNovember 18, 2015 – 06:22 am

Visual novels H Scenes

The young man is a traveler. He has two companions. One is a very old doll that walks without a hand touching it. The other is an ancient promise passed on to him by someone with great power. So begins AIR, an H-Game by Key/Visual Arts with a clean version that spawned two anime, a movie by Toei Animation and a TV series by Kyoto Animation. (It was actually the first of three Key games that were animated separately by these two studios, although the…