The Steam fall sale has begun and a number of our titles are on sale for the occasion!
Happy Moeday friends! October 10th is Moeday because if you look at the kanji for “moe” 萌え it looks an awful lot like it’s made up of the characters for the date 十月十日 or 10/10. Fun, huh? To celebrate we have a sale going on all week with a selection of titles to appeal to a variety of types of moe! Check it out here!
But that’s not it! We have something a little extra special this year: three additions to our Steam catalogue––Plus+MOSAIC DLC for eden*, (free) adult DLC for Fashioning Little Miss Lonesome, and Alicesoft’s Evenicle fully uncut! Continue reading
In honor of April Fool’s joke, we’re hosting a special sale on our website and Steam! This week is your chance to grab Go Go Nippon, Cho Dengeki Stryker, and eden* at a big discount! You can also read below to see some screenshots from our April Fool’s announcement. The former link now leads to the promotional page for euphoria. Continue reading
Have you ever eaten a large meal and then had a satisfying dessert afterwards? Something light and fluffy that takes the edge off the large meal that is currently digesting well within the confines of your daily life? That is how I would describe my experience with the eden* beta test. Continue reading
I was really excited to test eden* after reading a few reviews that set some pretty high expectations. But did it live up to them? The main focus of this game is of course the story and it delivers very well on that front. The genre is essentially an apocalyptic sci-fi romance story. In the interest of avoiding spoilers, I won’t say anything beyond that about the actual events of the game and instead just talk about my impressions in a more general sense. Continue reading
eden* is a simple but unique visual novel from minori, the developers of ef – a fairy tale of the two. It isn’t an epic tale like what you might find an Eushully game. It doesn’t ooze melodrama like a Key game. It doesn’t have the plot twists of a Nitroplus game. It’s just a touching, heartfelt story. Continue reading