Tag: gaming

Confessions of an Otome Gamer: Indie Otome are BETTER than Otome Games

I know, potentially polarizing opinion incoming–don’t @ me. But, if you’ve been following me for awhile it shouldn’t be such a big shock that I prefer indie otome games over the more “traditional” Japanese otome games. I mean on a very basal level, indie… Continue Reading “Confessions of an Otome Gamer: Indie Otome are BETTER than Otome Games”

Confessions of an Otome Gamer: How I Got My Hakuoki Kyoto Winds Art Book

I started this series as a way to get personal with you all and share my thoughts about things happening in the otome community or share fun stories and anecdotes about being an otome fan. So, for the new year I wanted to share… Continue Reading “Confessions of an Otome Gamer: How I Got My Hakuoki Kyoto Winds Art Book”

Do You Have Any Game Recommendations?: A Short Guide on How to Ask for a Game Recommendation

I have been running this site for a little over five years and there is one question that has plagued my blogging experience: Do you have any game recommendations? It’s not that I don’t want to give game recommendations. Hell, I give them all… Continue Reading “Do You Have Any Game Recommendations?: A Short Guide on How to Ask for a Game Recommendation”

Visual Novels Are Long or Why I haven’t finished that review yet…

Blerdy Tribe, I’ve been rather inactive lately and for that I apologize, but real life got kinda hectic for a while there and I just didn’t have the time or the energy to read through 100k+ visual novels. I’m human. But, that brings me… Continue Reading “Visual Novels Are Long or Why I haven’t finished that review yet…”

Confessions of an Otome Gamer: Otome Game Fans are REAL Gamers

So, when I wrote my anime gatekeeping essay, I was actually attempting to write about gatekeeping in the games community. But, I ended up running super long with the intro and rather than writing a ridiculously long post on gatekeeping, I decided to split… Continue Reading “Confessions of an Otome Gamer: Otome Game Fans are REAL Gamers”