Olympia Soiree effortlessly weaves enchanting romance with a confronting but thoughtful exploration of class oppression and sexual disempowerment.
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Psychedelica of the Black Butterfly weaves an intricate mystery around a moving story of loss and grief, though the PC port leaves something to be desired.
PC players finally get a chance to play Compile Heart’s brilliant, hellish dungeon crawler Mary Skelter: Nightmares this week.
Hakuoki: Edo Blossoms is the beautiful, bittersweet conclusion to Otomate’s latest take on their Shinsengumi romance. Just make sure you play Kyoto Winds first.
Omega Quintet was noteworthy for being one of the first PS4-exclusive JRPGs, but it still holds up well today—and now PC players can get in Compile Heart’s idol-themed game.
Hyperdimesion Neptunia turns its unique, self-aware parody to MMO and faux-MMO, and the results are hilarious. Welcome to 4 Goddesses Online.
Moero Chronicle is a very lewd take on a straightforward dungeon crawler, and it wears its ecchi persuasion with unabashed pride, for better or worse.
The dungeon crawling in Mary Skelter: Nightmares is captivating, but it’s the otherworldly “living jail” setting that really sets this game apart.
Dark Rose Valkyrie has a fascinating story to tell, and an interesting way to tell it, but the RPG side leaves a lot to be desired.
Hachiro Iba is one of three new characters introduced in Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds, and his route is incredibly cute. This guide will help you get his endings.