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Favorite game genres: Horror, Story Rich, RPG, First-Person, Walking Simulator, Stealth, Visual Novel, Point & Click, Casual.


1.10 hours, 12 of 12 achievements

Played a game set IN SPACE on a hostile planet!

Great art

Obligatory Piano Puzzle

Very short

The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters

30.2 hours, 35 of 35 achievements

Horror Metroidvania w/o jumping or combat.


  • Female protagonist.
  • The player character from The Coma: Recut makes an appearance!
  • No piano puzzles.
  • Multiple endings.
  • Creepily cozy atmosphere.


  • Found notes. (I didn’t bother reading them as I do enough reading already and I don’t want any more of it in video games. Lore fanatics will be happy, though.)
  • Too easy? (I’d be the last person to complain about this, but hardcore players might be upset.)


The Window Box

The Window Box

3.2 hours, 6 of 6 achievements


  • Relevant, important, artistic.
  • Great art. Magical realism. Quirkiness.
  • Female characters!
  • Paige is the cutest and the most relatable.


  • Depressing AF, which is to be expected, given the subject matter.
  • Obligatory piano Victrola puzzle. At least it’s not randomized, so tone-deaf players like me can just look it up.
  • No text autoplay and no text display speed settings, so clicking to see the next bit of text is annoying and slow.

Additional notes:
Got stuck forever at the book puzzle.
Fart/booger jokes.

Vampire: The Masquerade - Coteries of New York

Vampire: The Masquerade - Coteries of New York

9.3 hours, 11 of 28 achievements


  • WoD/VtM
  • Great art


  • No expected VN features like skipping seen text, adjusting text speed or auto mode not to have to click all the time to advance. In a game that is meant to be played through several times. And no manual saves. … Get ready for a lot of clicking!
  • Interactive fiction/RPG that’s not that interactive. At first it seems like it’s intense. One wrong choice, and you’re done. But, no. Not really. To really fail, you have to really try. The outcome is still the same. And, some choices seem not to correspond to results/responses/outcomes.
  • There’s an in-game deadline after which you’re thrown into the the ending part even though you haven’t completed half of the quests and their respective storylines. Maybe the deadline depends on one of the quests. IDK. Kind of bad for storytelling, though.
  • The ending itself. It’s abrupt and unsatisfying.
  • Typos towards the end.

Verdict: Although I don’t regret reading “Coteries”, I can’t recommend it because it’s annoying to play and the story does not compensate for the annoyance.

TAISHO x ALICE episode 1

Half-Life 2

TAISHO x ALICE episode 1

22.3 hours
6 of 6 achievements

Great plot. Pretty art. One of the best otoge ever!*


  • The heroine. She’s smart, sarcastic and funny. I love her!
  • Red. He’s the best.
  • The text is a pleasure to read. Lots of LOL-worthy and dramatic heartfelt moments. Also, plot twists!


  • Yurika (the MC) isn’t voiced.

Yes, yes and yes, 10/10, GOTY, restored my faith in the otome genre, please release parts 2 and 3.

  • My other favorites are The Confines Of The Crown, Date Warp, Fashioning Little Miss Lonesome, Nighshade, and Magical Diary: Horse Hall.

Murdered: Soul Suspect Beaten for Noirvember!

Murdered: Soul Suspect

14.3 hours, 41 of 48 achievements

Didn’t collect all collectibles, though.

Noirvember candidates

Face Noir

2.0 hours, no achievements

Murdered: Soul Suspect

2.5 hours, 0 of 48 achievements

The Franz Kafka Videogame

2.5 hours, 0 of 12 achievements

100% done with Corpse Party

Corpse Party: Blood Drive

31.8 hours, 38 of 38 achievements

Corpse Party 2: Dead Patient

6.0 hours, 10 of 10 achievements

She Sees Red

She Sees Red

3.0 hours, 15 of 15 achievements


A VN, but with movie scenes instead of text, sprites, and CGs. There’s a True End and several Bad Ends.


  • Short! Perfect for one evening/sleepless night.
  • Badass female protagonist.
  • Plenty of action (and stealth!) scenes.
  • Revenge!


  • The story is not particularly mind-blowing or ground-breaking.
  • Violence.

Yes, to everyone who likes interactive fiction and action films.

Hashihime of the Old Book Town and Corpse Party: Blood Drive

Hashihime of the Old Book Town

53.9 hours, 23 of 23 achievements

I’ve played read Hashihime for over 50 hours and ended up not liking it! Mostly because it contains many tropes I find annoying. Like, All Just a Dream, more or less. Really? Laughing&crying emote. Literary references, dreams/hallucinations, OR IS IT, видения/привидения, dead/not dead, time travel, multiple timelines, BOOKS, MOVIES, have I mentioned FICTION, boundaries between reality and fiction blur, coffee, sitting in cafes, IMAGINATION spongebob.gif, melancholy rain, books, fiction, writing. Literary & cinematic references. Yawn. MEEEH. I know this sounds weird, but these are my personal hangups. Lots of players (will) love this game. /vent

Corpse Party: Blood Drive

31.8 hours, 37 of 38 achievements

Fits the October: SCREAM theme.

(I hope the Finality achievement will be fixed in the nearest future.)

Corpse Party the First ( is good. Everything else in the franchise (so far) feels like fanfic of varying levels of crappiness. Blood Drive, in particular, in terms of writing and ending reminded me of Mass Effect 3, which is NOT a compliment. The old villain becomes irrelevant, more and more characters are added while old and interesting ones are sidelined, the final boss is introduced only to be defeated in the same fight. Well, whatever. Yoshiki is still the best.

1273 games (+6 not categorized yet)
72% never played
1% unfinished
6% beaten
8% completed
13% won't play