For sake of convenience I will be reviewing Mask of Arcadius, Liberation Day and [RE]turn together. The story of Liberation Day immediately follows on from Mask of Arcadius so it makes more sense to review them together. So for some reason I decided I wanted to play an Original English Language Visual Novel, may have … Continue reading Sunrider: Mask of Arcadius/Liberation Day Review.
It's been a while since I've bothered to do a more personal blog post. The last time I did one was my A Year in Review post where I looked back on 2016 from the perspective of my blog career and talked about some of the highlights of that year in my opinion. Ironically despite … Continue reading Blog Update: 1 Year of The VN Completionist
Warning: This post contains lots of spoilers for Doki Doki Literature Club. If you somehow reached this point not played this Visual Novel, please go play it and then come back. It's free on Steam or on the Doki Doki Literature Club site. So recently a Visual Novel by the name of Doki Doki Literature … Continue reading The Poetry of Doki Doki Literature Club’s Meta-Textual Narrative.
Otome is a genre of Visual Novel that I've never managed to get into. Unlike Shoujo Manga, of which I am a big fan of, Otome games for some reason seemed impenetrable for a male fan. I'm not really sure of my reasons for thinking this way but nothing within this genre thats available in … Continue reading Fashioning Little Miss Lonesome Review
2017 has been a great year for Visual Novels in the west. Over the last few months we have seen some amazing titles release officially in English and many more are coming out soon. We have seen a lot of growth for the medium in the last few years so I thought now would be … Continue reading The Future of Visual Novels
The Time is upon us, Steam summer sale is finally here. The time of year where we sacrifice our wallets to Gabe Newel in order to obtain dirt cheap games, but fear not for I am a generous man. Instead of wasting all your money on Games you will never play, the latest early access … Continue reading The VN Completionist’s Guide to Steam Summer Sale 2017
Sorry for the lack of pretentious introduction that I usually give on my blog. Frontwing recently released Grisaia: Phantom Trigger on steam so I decided that I wanted to give my impressions on the first two volumes that have been released. The Phantom Trigger series is not complete at the time of this post being … Continue reading Grisaia: Phantom Trigger – Thoughts so far
The night sky is beautiful and mysterious. It's serene darkness is illuminated by the many stars in the sky and is one of the most breath-taking sights on this earth. The constellations the stars form depict legends of great heroes, mythological creatures and tales of love. For the Japanese, no other tale of love rivals … Continue reading Hoshizora no Memoria – Wish upon a Shooting Star – Review
Bushido is the way of the samurai. It's virtues symbolise Frugality, Loyalty, Mastery of the martial arts and honour until death. The girls of Kawakami embody these virtues in their values and strive to maintain them in their everyday lives. Today on the VN Completionist we will review Maji de Watashi ni Koishinasai and see … Continue reading Maji de Watashi ni Koishinasai! Review.
Lately I've been thinking about the direction I want to take this blog and what other content I want to put out as well as reviews. This has been a topic on my mind for a while and I've thought through many ideas since then. One of the plans I previously had in mind were editorials … Continue reading Studio/Staff Analysis and Editorials