A stage play adaptation of Koei Tecmo Games' role-playing game for female, Geten no Hana, is in the works for May. It is one of the Neoromance otome game series produced by Ruby Party (Angelique, Harukanaru Toki no Naka de, La Corda d'Oro). Check the first promo introducing the cast after the jump.
The male figure skating during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics may have ended but the stars born on the ice are still keeping Japanese fans busy, this time by having them in a fantasy otome game featuring male figure skaters. The hashtag ##フィギュア男子乙女ゲー (literally, Male Figure Otome Game) is showing interesting developments and some hilarious images as a result. Check out what's going on after the jump!
Japanese subculture magazine Spoon 2Di has announced that the new issue will have an article about the new otome game based off of the K anime called Gakuen K and shocked the fans as a result. Many then wondered if this was an official project, but soon after, the official teaser site opened on December 26th in Japan confirming it's a real game after all. More after the jump!
For a long time, Otome games were offering "doki doki" or exciting experiences with the male character in such games to female fans. It could be the effect of a heavily saturated market, but GREE Japan has decided to offer something new. An Otome game that could end with a BL ending. Say what? That's what I said. More after the jump.
How do you like the Amnesia anime? With a slightly different feel from the ordinary anime adaptation of otome games with the mysterious story line, does it make you curious for the game itself? Amnesia will be available for iPhones and Android smartphones in Japan. Check out the artwork from the official site after the jump.
Due to be released for the PSP in February, Amnesia Later continues the otome game (romance visual novels and dating sims for a female audience) with big name voice actors like Tetsuya Kakihara (Gurren Lagann's Simon) and Akira Ishida (Gintama's Katsura). Check out the opening after the jump.
IT game company FREEM announced the voting results of "Otome Game of the year 2011" on December 25. The winner of the fifth award chosen by 3,489 Otome game users' votes is a mobile adventure game "Koi Sentai LOVE & PEACE". Check the whole ranking after the jump.