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  1. 2 points
    Are you sure it's a mislabel? Doesn't FPS stand for Faps Per Second?
  2. 1 point
    The main problem with Rewrite, imo, is that you have to play all 5 routes to unlock the "true ending" and that's a pain in the ass. I couldn't fall in love with any of the girl because the chara is KEY's chara and the girls are more like moeblobs than real 2D grills, so heh. For me at least it has been a real pain, but the true ending repaid me in the end
  3. 1 point
    Where did you read that Hello Lady will be out Winter 2018? Maybe you mistook it for Hello Goodbye? In our FAQ for Hello Lady we have the estimated release for Q2 2019. That aside we are confident in our release schedule. So far the only hiccup was our disappearing translator for Hello Goodbye and that shouldn't be happening again. But I guess everything could be possible ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  4. 1 point
    Its not a mislabel, it is a "shooter" if you know what I mean ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
  5. 1 point
    This is a sizable game I've been requesting from other publishers for some time. I've come across a number of other fans for the series on a few different places over the years who have likewise expressed interest in seeing it localized. Shukufuku no Campanella is the original game: https://vndb.org/v1337 Shukusai no Campanella is the fandisc: https://vndb.org/v4652 The fandisc includes several after stories and stories for fan-favorite side characters, as well as a quiz battle game. The original game received an anime adaptation in 2010, which was licensed for home release in North America by Right Stuf under their Lucky Penny label: https://www.rightstufanime.com/Blessing-of-the-Campanella-DVD-Collection-S https://www.rightstufanime.com/Blessing-of-the-Campanella-DVD-Anime-Elements The game boasts a great cast, including (but certainly not limited to) Mai Kadowaki and Asami Imai. To date, no games by this developer (that I'm aware of) have been licensed for English release, so it could be a good opportunity for a partnership.
  6. 1 point
    Have you ever wondered what would happen if someone would be crazy enough to mix your typical mahou shoujo series (not the madoka kind) with Lucky Star kind of comedy? If yes, then this would be most likely the outcome! Sakura Shin is a hard-luck high school student. One day, by sheer dumb luck, he becomes the student council president of Ryuusei Academy, a position which he thought is given free meals from the cafeteria, as he has been raised in a poor family and is in need of money. Alas, no free meals for poor Shin and there is another little problem: His duties as student council president include the removal of demons that appear in the city. And to even further complicate poor Shins life a wannabe-badass plush panda informs him that Shins father is the former demon lord and that he has relinquished the throne in favor of his son. Protecting the city, hiding that he's the demon king, student council duties... And not even free meals. Will our protagonist ever have enough time to enjoy his school life??? So, why Twinkle ☆ Crusaders? 1. Cute girls 2. Great, flashy gameplay 4. Great soundtrack 5. You play a friggin DEMON KING 6. A hilarious (-ly great) story 7. achievements, collectibles and easter eggs inclusive 8. Your sidekick is a megalomaniac wannabe-badass stuffed panda 9. Cute girls About the game: Twincle Crusaders is episodic with story segments, map movement segments where you either meet the heroine of your choice or side characters for collectibles, achievements or even possibly recruit them as support characters for the battle segments, and said battle segments where you and your party fight against the demons in a simple, yet addictive and wonderfully flashy combo-based turn based RPG. Here a trial battle from the FD, as this was one of the only non-spoiler non-crossover battles I could find. And here the cute 1st of two Openings:
  7. 1 point
    well I'm not surprised with that, steam is trash after all. I mean this time Sanoba witch is definitely an fps. It's up there with the classics Maria, forza and who could forget tetris?