My review of Flood of Tears, a freeware visual novel with a ton of heart and a very charming heroine in Hina Kawase.
Reviewing “A Winter’s Tale,” the official English version of a charming freeware ren’ai Japanese visual novel that had been released in Japan in 2002.
A Christmas Eve review of io [Christmas Eve].
A… strange visual novel… that may be enjoyed after Plain Song.
The story of a lonely musician and the shy girl who always stops to watch him play.
A solid freeware slice-of-life visual novel starring a young lady with a memorable face.
We review a very pretty gray-scale visual novel set on a nearly empty train.
Don’t step on fish man (visual novel review).
Reviewing the freeware visual novel about seeking the sky.
“Bells in the darkness that ensnare Heaven’s silver light”
Reviewing a short visual novel with a memorable mystery mechanic.
Reviewing a short sound novel about a life-changing dance performance.
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