The folks at MangaGamer announced 2 new titles at Anime Central last night that are 100% NSFW. Proceed with caution.
E2 Gaming is a company set to release Taisho Alice, but was met with controversy before their announcement.
The doujin circle Kuro Irodoru Yomiji has their project Ne no Kami: The Two Princess Knights of Kyoto up for funding on IndieGoGo. The same circle has previously released the yuri game Sacrament of the Zodiac (NSFW).
Rice Digital confirmed today that publisher PQube will be bringing Steins;Gate 0 to PlayStation 4 and Vita in 2016. The game will see a release in North America and Europe.
Bad End is a short visual novel from Arai Koh Create Office. It’s a horror game with an element I’ve seen in plenty of creepypastas, a video game that kills the player.
With the funding goal for Root Double- Before Crime * After Days- Xtend Edition met, it can be expected for the game to come out sometime in March for PC as announced by Sekai Project. The Kickstarter for the visual novel Root Double, while starting off on a strong foot, seemed uncertain for a while.
Another Kickstarter for a visual novel has gone live recently. The full name of the game in question is Root Double – Before Crime * After Days- Xtend Edition. Directed by Regista and published by Yeti, this is a sci fi visual novel. If you’ve followed our news, Sekai Project announced they had received the rights to the game at last year’s AX. Now it seems they’re seeking funding to bring the game overseas.
Not suitable for those under 18.
Hatoful Boyfriend is an otome visual novel that’s earned itself some fame based on strangeness alone. After all a visual novel where you date pigeons as the sole human left in the world might not be as common as lone boy in all-girls school. A new game taking place during the holidays, Hatoful Boyfriend: Holiday Star is already on Steam, GOG, and Humble. It’s been around for a while, but hasn’t gotten published as thoroughly as Hatoful Boyfriend. Until now.
Fans of video game music might be excited to find out Hiroki Kikuta, a reputable Japanese composer will be joining the Narcissu 10th Anniversary Project as a guest composer.