This is the review for Meiji Tokyo Renka (MeiKoi) PSP Game by Broccoli. Its theme is about a girl who traveled back to Meiji era due to meeting a strange magician. This girl’s name is Ayazuki Mei. Without a doubt, she traveled to Meiji era, along with the magician she met on a festival, Charley (CV: Morikawa Toshiyuki). Charley told her that sometimes, his magic trick would bring him or the other people to different world unconsciously (although it seems suspicious). From it, she lost a few of her past life in the present era, but she might gain it back after go back. And then, he brought Mei to a party, which then she met a few guys there.
November 11, 2013
I haven’t been able to finish a game lately. It took me more than a month to play Meiji Tokyo Renka (MeiKoi), and now still two more characters to end. I think I’ll make it to a post through this week, and before playing GOD EATER 2!
It is a bit late (because it had been 3-4 weeks after it was released), but I want to share Shikata Akiko’s Turaida Limited Edition. The CD itself just arrived 2 days ago to me and it’s very late. But better than never. Below are the tracklist:
September 11, 2013
This post is unrelated to games or otome games, exactly, so I don’t recommend those who search for it to read this rambling of my life and a bit of make up product reviews.
August 28, 2013
Shiratsuyu no Kai might be runs on a horror genre coming from Otomate, but not that’s scary or thrilling. It’s somewhat disappointed with too many dialogues and typical storyline. The idea of putting scary places all over as backgrounds couldn’t win against what I hate of this being a boring game. Can’t be compared to Fatal Frame III (Which I played until the second person) and Corpse Party (Didn’t end it too, sadly).
July 31, 2013
Although I had played Shirahana no Ori ~Hiiro no Kakera 4~ for all characters except Akifusa, I didn’t think to write it as I played on the way home from my previous office (which was very far away from home, so I used to play games to spend time for about 3-4 hours-yeah, blame the traffic). And that’s why, as I felt sleepy, I didn’t get through it at all, just a short memories.
July 14, 2013
Norn9 Norn+Nonette is another Otomate’s game that interesting for me (at first). It’s because of the beautiful background and color, pretty chara design, and BGM. Also, there’s Yanagi Nagi singing the OP & ED song. I like how Otomate introducing doujin singer and I hope someday, it’ll go to Shikata Akiko’s beautiful arrangement (Finally, Chronostacia will use her song!). But the first playthrough is a bit boring, or maybe he is boring? I don’t know but Otomaru Heishi didn’t have amazing storyline.
June 6, 2013
I tried this one to fill time before Norn9 and Shiratsuyu no Kai get release. This is the first game of Solomon’s Ring series, coming from Plan Peace (I haven’t heard this company make any other game). First, I thought it won’t be fully voiced nor have ending song. But finally, I’m so shocked to know it has opening and ending song, every character (except heroine) has their voices, it also has extra omake voices and pictures, and the story is quite fun. Even if it’s not that big of a story (not that it’ll shake my heart as bittersweet, lovely, and heartbreaking story), it’s very good to spend time with as it has short length. Every guy has 4 endings, which is Best, Bad, Good, and Dark one. Too bad it doesn’t have CG gallery. I needed to see memory file to search the CG along, so I preferred to capture as I played the game.