Jyuuzaengi 2: Kakou Ton

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Kakou Ton (CV: Suzuki Tatsuhisa) is Sou Sou’s loyal right-hand man. He strongly supports Sou Sou, and is determined to help realise his ambitions. He is antagonistic towards Kan U, but seems to recognise her skills on the battlefield. Remember to read the Common Route first!


Jyuuzaengi 2: Common Route

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After falling ill twice, being drained from work, and having otome-gaming drought – I thought that I should just throw in the towel for Getsuei FD (for now) and move onto my beloved Jyuuzaengi sequel. So after loooong period, I have finally finished the post for the Common Route for Jyuuzaengi 2! I’ll add in additional content, if there’s anything else to add as I play other routes. Like my review for the first game, I’ll  link up the correlations between the game and the historical novel it’s based on. Since this is a sequel, there will definitely be spoilers from the first game.


Renai Banchou 2: Midnight Lesson!!!

Renai Banchou 2: Midnight Lesson!!! is the continuation to Renai Banchou, but this time it features the rival banchou characters from the previous game as well as a few new ones. The set-up is exactly the same, in which the heroine goes to ask for some love advice and so you can pick from the eight characters to be her temporary boyfriend over the course of one year. Since there isn’t much of a plot and it is more event-driven, I would just be doing a general review and so…I don’t think there would be much spoilers? Or I’ll only mention a few to prove my point.

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Glass Heart Princess

Glass Heart Princess is a pretty straightforward game and you can finish each character rather quickly, so I won’t be doing a full-blown review of all the character routes. I’ll just explain the set-up, pointers, the basic  story + memorable moments + each guy’s route, and my overall thoughts.


Bunmei Kaika Aoiza Ibunroku Saien: Hachi’s Route

This continues from the (short) PrologueHachisuka Youta (CV: Suzuki Tatsuhisa), nicknamed as “Hachi” by others, is cheerful and optimistic. This personality of his in turn, rubs off Aoi from the very start. He also does his best to cheer Aoi up. Though you could say that Hachi is slow on the uptake and often teased by others, he loves his place in Aoiza. He usually does backstage stuff or very minor performing roles, but still takes pride in them.