I actually wanted to cover the franchise bit by bit, but I kinda panicked and canceled my planned first post when I realized I no longer had the Dragon Knight 1 OVA. Le sigh. But, I’ve still got plenty to cover, so let’s get it all out in the open!
One of Elf’s flagship titles is the Dragon Knight series. While nowhere near the earliest ero-RPG (Rance wasn’t the first, but it barely came out before Dragon Knight), Dragon Knight was notable for being an OK dungeon crawler with comparatively great graphics along with really cute character designs. Basically, it was the turning point when ero-RPGs stepped up from crude novelty act to professional medium for delivering erotic content.
I touched on this a bit back during the transition to the new server… so you wouldn’t know what I’m talking about since my last post was deleted.
Anyway, I learned in November 2015 that legendary Eroge developer Elf Corporation had closed up shop for good the month before. I planned on doing a tribute to Elf, and dammit, I’m a year late, but I’m doing it. What triggered me to do so? The announcement that there will be a new anime adaptation of their classic game Yu-No this year to coincide with the PS4/PSV remake. I am hyped as fuck (and setting myself up for eventual disaster I’m sure).
Hentai Henshin! This week, we’re taking a quick look at one of the most innovative RPG Maker-based hentai games I’ve had the pleasure of playing. Part magical girl, part tokusatsu, Civilian Justice Company is a fun diversion that lays the groundwork for what could potentially be a stronger franchise… but ultimately won’t. But hey, that doesn’t mean we can’t hope for a bigger circle to completely rip it off.
Heart of Thorns was released a full season ago, and with the advent of Spring comes new beginnings and changes to freshen up the Guild Wars experience for our loyal players. And so, without further ado, let’s take a look into our spring updates.
This is going to be my last Nutaku game for now. Why? I… just haven’t gotten around to any of the others, that’s why. I could have easily quit Peropero Seduction by now, but there’s just a little more I want to get out of that game before I leave. Namely, I want to level one of my cards up to maximum level. I’ve already maxed out one Rare-level card, and… yeah, no H-scene. Just more nakedness. Well, it’s still something.
Anyway, Osawari Island isn’t exactly a card-based game, but it’s probably the closest a Nutaku game comes to a card game, at least out of the ones I’ve played.