Originally released in 2011, Go! Go! Nippon! ~My First Trip to Japan~ offered readers the chance to experience Japan from a tourist’s perspective, all while accompanied by two pretty young anime girls. The recent update, simply titled Go! Go! Nippon! 2015, takes the base visual novel originally offered four years ago, and spruces it up with enhanced visuals, more content, and general improvements to the experience.
Most importantly, there are more “…Hnngh!!”s than ever before.
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When you think of catgirls, do you think of them as humans with catlike features, or as humanoid cats? Because one of those options sounds infinitely stranger than the other. And less legal.
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If you’ve ever wanted to mess with the world’s delicate power balance, all you need are two phones, a microwave, a 42″ CRT television, and a lot of Dr. Pepper.
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Happy Halloween! I decided to post something fitting for the occasion. I won’t spoil anything either!
In a world where nothing but his own perception is changed, Fuminori struggles in a living hell, with only a single beacon of hope – the mysterious girl Saya. But will she alone be able to keep him grounded in sanity?
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When I first heard that this was a feminist visual novel, I was quite skeptical – my mind was immediately filled with ideas of the typical misandrist mindset that seems to permeate contemporary feminism. Spending money on something that would merely lead to irritation did not seem very appealing.
Color me surprised that this turned out to be one of my favorite visual novels.
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If you like baps, you’ve come to the right place.
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Here is a list of my top ten soundtracks – five are from video games, three are from anime, one is from a visual novel, and one is from a film. My reasons for selecting these soundtracks are fairly simple – they contributed immeasurably to supporting the tone of the medium, and remain interesting to listen to well after experiencing them in context.
This is an update of a similar post from a few months ago, but you should forget that other one even exists. This time, I didn’t forget two that should have definitely been there. And unlike that post that doesn’t exist, I decided against limiting this to original soundtracks. While OSTs can provide new and interesting music, licensed soundtracks can also do a phenomenal job of supporting a film or game.
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