The PS Vita is a veritable haven for adventure games, and HuneX is bringing Navel's classic Tsuki ni Yorisou Otome no Sahou to the visual novel machine in Japan later this year in 2015. Rejoice, VN lovers! There's plenty for you to love here. Hit the jump for more!
Where do we begin with what those pointy animal ears would do to us, especially when they are on deformed otome game characters? A Japanese otome game developer in Otomate knows all too well and that's exactly what they are offering fans at the Otomate In Nanjatown 2014 event starting from May 10th for about 2 months in Ikebukuro, Japan. See them after the jump!
Japanese Uta No Prince Sama fans watched the limited time official Twitter accounts post their last tweet a few hours ago to end the 4-month social event and it was a smiling "See ya!" instead of a teary goodbye. After the goodbye, more details for the sequel to the otome game Uta No Prince Sama All Star were also announced. More after the jump!
The musical stage dates for the stage musical adaptation of Amnesia are getting closer! The official site for the musical has now posted the images of the cast in their respective costumes. According to the site, the cast members were chosen to resemble the characters by their backgrounds and the height as well, not only by their appearance and ages. Get a good look after the jump!
The popular otome game franchise Vitamin has had its latest entry in the Vitamin X Addiction otome game and its anime OAD adaptation will be broadcast on TV in Japan for the first time as promotion for the forthcoming release of Vitamin X Evolution Plus on the Nintendo 3DS in January. Watch the preview for the OADs after the jump!
Scenario writer Yukiko Uozumi reported on her Twitter account that an anime project for Animelo Deargirl's Meiji Tokyo Renka mobile/PSP otome game was announced at "Meiji Tokyo Renka ~Haikara Roman Gekijou 2~" in Shibuya, Tokyo on November 3. Hit the jump for more details.
A new musical adaptation of the popular otome game franchise Amnesia has been announced. 15 stages are scheduled over 10 days and there will be 5 different endings to the show, just like the otome game. Although not much information is available at this time, watch the announcement trailer and get a look at the schedule after the jump!