If there’s one good thing to come out of being ghosted, it’s that I’ve had more time to play games. I’m not quite sure how to really start this review, but I guess I can say that YU-NO was a fantastic work of art, well worth anyone’s time, especially if you’re a fan of PC-98 games and historically important eroge. I was hooked from start to finish.
Also it should be noted that I played the older fan translated version based on the Windows re-release of the PC-98 version, with added voices. Mostly just because I’m really not too into the remake’s art.
Kichikuou Rance is a very large game. It’s one that I can always come back to and find new things in. However, there is one subplot that I will always remember. It’s relatively small, but made such an impact on me, and it’s bittersweet meaningfulness is a perfect summation as to why I love Kichikuou as a whole.
Also this analysis contains spoilers for Kichikuou Rance and later on Rance X. If you haven’t played these games yet pliz do so after you play the other Rance games because they’re so amazing and I love them so much.
I’ve been overall depressed lately and just haven’t had much motivation. Even if I do have a lot of things to probably talk about and a lot of ideas come into my head, getting them out has been harder than ever.
So I guess this is just an update to say I’m still alive or something like that.
I’ll try and be active, but I can’t really guarantee anything.