[Diary] 2018 overview (+ blog anniversary)


Something to commemorate the first and last games I played to completion in 2018. Congratulations to me, I’ve been writing this blog for a whole year! I kept up a consistent diary! I’m very pleased with myself. Shoutout to Kyoukai no Shirayuki for starting me off on this journey, and happy birthday to Akagami Mashiro. Thank you to everyone who reads this blog! I really enjoy engaging with everyone and seeing others’ posts and thoughts. Here’s to another fruitful year of gaming and life in general.

A general list of what I did in 2018:

  • Cut myself off from mobage grinding
  • Got really into otome games
  • Drew to my heart’s content
  • Did crafts I wanted to do
  • Wrote letters

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[Diary] December 2018


Happy merry holidays! (^o^) It’s the end of the year! Woah! A list of things I did up to now:

  • Played and finished Cendrillon Palika
  • Played ROOT REXX
  • Got really shiny glitter
  • Participated in a Secret Santa
  • Wrote letters
  • Read an actual book
  • Made things I wanted to make
  • Drew a ton of Hailis

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[Art book] Geten no Hana (+ Yumeakari)

…or art books, I guess! Geten no Hana doesn’t actually have any official art books released by themselves as far as I’m aware of (other than two guide books that function more as walkthroughs), but there were a bunch that were bundled along with the treasure/premium box editions of the game. I figured I might as well make an overview of them all in one place rather than splitting it up in separate posts, so, onwards! There’s a total of seven books:

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[Game review] Cendrillon Palika


A fairy tale that starts with “once upon a time”, as all fairy tales do. Haili Lalique has lived her entire life, or at least nineteen years of it, in a cursed city known as Tokyo that confines its residents unless they wear glass on their person when leaving and make sure to return before midnight, lest they turn into glass themselves and die. Well, at least up to now! After a suspicious wizard called Kashika breaks into Haili’s room and presents to her a pair of glass shoes, her ticket to see the outside world that she’s always longed for, she sets off on her grand adventure to explore and unravel the curse, along with finding out what secrets lie behind it.

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[Diary] November 2018

Wow, it’s almost the end of the year! A list of things I did for the month, or at least up to now:

  • Revisited Rune Factory 4
  • Went to Thailand
  • Went to an aquarium
  • Finished watching Detective Conan: Zero the Enforcer
  • Finished watching A Series of Unfortunate Events
  • Revisited a bunch of my hobbies
  • Watched a bunch of crafting videos
  • Checked out a bunch of games (Reverie, Where Adabanas grow, Saccharine, the demo for Harukanaru Toki no Naka de, the demo for Harukanaru Toki no Naka de 3)
  • Caught up with A3!
  • Got Cendrillon Palika
  • Discovered eBookJapan
  • Rewatched Kamen Rider Blade (with a friend)
  • Got a second PS Vita (last month)

November doesn’t feel real…did I really do all this in one month…it’s like I finally discovered how to use my free time more effectively, even if my head still feels like it’s full of lead half the time.

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[Game review] Shinobi, Koi Utsutsu – Setsugekka Koi Emaki –


Ninjas and history all in one convenient package! After an incident as a kid that left both of her parents dead, Katagiri Kaede aspires to be a ninja with the power to protect others. Following a series of events, she is invited to enroll into a prestigious ninja academy and is all ready for her first day of school, except that things don’t always go as planned and she ends up setting off a technique that charms a bunch of guys by accident in the process.

I could write a longer summary, or I could just say that the main plot is to listen to sweet nothings to beef up resistance against getting flustered around boys, because it is. There is plot, but there is also Plot, if you get what I mean.

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