Monday, July 16, 2012
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Reblogging to signal boost and also to give a little more information for those of you that might be curious. Had to do a bit of research for a proper picture but here goes.
Hiiro no Kakera is a reverse harem otome game wherein:
“The protagonist […] revisits a small village she remembers from her childhood and gets caught up in her family’s history and the supernatural dangers surrounding it.
While walking along the hillsides waiting for the person who her grandmother sent to fetch Tamaki to the village, Tamaki comes across a small, white round object with sticks for limbs and talks. It runs off soon after, with Tamaki chasing after it. Soon Tamaki finds herself in a place where ‘it doesn’t feel like the world I came from’.
She gets attacked by three slime creatures, and a male comes charging in to save her - by clamping his hands around her body and mouth and telling her to be quiet. After the young man (Takuma) saves he walks her to the village where her grandmother is staying.
Soon after her arrival she meets with her grandmother, which is soon explained that she has to continue the role of ancestor princess Tamayori ,to seal the sword Onikirimaru with the help of her five guardians.”
When I read the poll I thought they gave you the ability to choose two and accidentally voted for something else. OTL So am telling you here so you don’t make the same mistake. As it looks, doesn’t seem like it’d get up there but every little bit counts~!
I really want to see this translated into English, it sounds really interesting. There’s an anime I could probably watch which is based on this game but well, I’d like the game because never enough English Otome games. ^w^
Anyhow! Please take some time to go and make your opinion known~! <3
Definitely put a vote in for this if you’ve got the time, everyone! n_n
You can also leave a comment here to show more interest as well.
Edit: Ururun Quest is also an otome-style RPG, and Vampire Knight DS, an otome game, is on the list as well.
Sunday, June 24, 2012