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Root Double -Before Crime * After Days- Xtend Edition review- ChristCenteredGamer.com

Root Double -Before Crime * After Days is a visual novel that is now available for the first time in English.This novel is both long and intense, with very detailed story arcs, with lots of pseudo-scientific explanations for most of the relevant phenomena, as well as some actual science mixed in for good measure.

Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness Review - The Gamers Lounge

Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness Review - The Gamers Lounge Psycho-Pass is a new visual novel from the world of the anime, letting you see a side story that runs along the same time as the anime.Not a traditional game per se, more of a "choose your own adventure" book.

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters: Daybreak Special Gigs - PS Vita Review | Chalgyr's Game Room

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters: Daybreak Special Gigs - PS Vita Review | Chalgyr's Game Room The game is definitely what I would call a niche gem, from the perspective of an action oriented visual novel, it really excels at providing entertaining characters and interludes, despite giving little to no explanation on how the non-combat portion functions.If viewed more so as an RPG, however, it feels slightly flat, or lacking, a little too slow paced, perhaps.

Japanese School Life review - ChristCenteredGamer.com

Japanese School Life review - ChristCenteredGamer.com Japenese School Life is a 2D visual novel that gives you a glimpse into the life of typical high school kids.You’ll learn about etiquette and various customs that take place throughout the year.

WORLD END ECONOMiCA -Complete- review - ChristCenteredGamer.com

WORLD END ECONOMiCA -Complete- review - ChristCenteredGamer.com This is a kinetic visual novel, which means that there are no choices.This kind of visual novel is most like a book, as there are no branching paths at all, and are simply story beginning to end.

This 1979 Stephen King novel is a chilling prediction of Donald Trump's rise

This 1979 Stephen King novel is a chilling prediction of Donald Trump's rise Despite the similarities, that's actually a line spoken by a character in the 1979 Stephen King novel The Dead Zone.Greg Stillson's rise to popularity — from an outsider who's treated as something of a joke to a genuine political threat — is almost prescient in its evocation of Trump's rise.