What can even be said about 2020 that hasn’t already been said? It’s been a tough year for everyone. We could probably count ourselves somewhat lucky that the overwhelming majority of our staff work remotely to begin with, so with the notable exception of conventions, we’ve been able to continue work about as normally as could be expected under the circumstances. Despite everything, we still had fourteen first-party releases this year, including Rance 01+02, Higurashi Ch.8––finishing off the Answer Arc, Imouto Paradise 3, Fxxx Me Royally!, and Room No. 9 just to name a few.Continue reading
Hello again, friends! We know these have been long overdue, but with the disruption to con season this year, things have been a little out of sorts. If you’ve been following long on our Twitter, you’ve already seen the top 10 license suggestions for the year, but we’re going to be going over it again in case you haven’t, along with a brief discussion of some of the other data from this year’s survey!Continue reading
2019 was a big year for us here at MangaGamer! We announced 11 new titles and released 15 including Kindred Spirits Full Chorus, Steam Prison, Sengoku Rance, The Most Forbidden Love in the World, Hashihime of the Old Book Town, phase 1 of Ciconia: When They Cry, and Maggot baits just to name a few! Despite some rocky months without a payment processor in the middle, we had a pretty good year. But to cut right to what you’re all really here for, the yearly top 10s:Continue reading
Today, we’re launching our third-annual licensing survey! We want to know what games you want to see brought over, so let your voice be heard and enter for a chance to win one of three copies of our upcoming title, Da Capo III R (X-rated or Steam version, it’s up to you)! The survey will be open through January 27th!
Join us in the conversation on Twitter with the hashtag “#MGSurvey”! We’d love to hear your input along the way.
It’s time for the post I’m sure a few of you have been waiting for: the licensing survey results! Apologies for the wait, it has been a busy few weeks here as of late. We’d like to extend another round of thanks to the nearly 8000 people who responded this year. Continue reading