[Android Updates][Dreamy Days in West Tokyo] Rihito’s Main Story/ Epilogue/ Sequel
[Kiss Of Revenge] Kyosuke’s Main Story
New releases for IOS
Edward’s main story, sequel, and second sequel are all on sale for a limited time!
( ́ ◕◞ε◟◕`) You guys probably already made the connection, but if you want a bit more of Ishigami and Goto, this side story is for you! Not only does it include adorable Subaru/Daichi romance but each route includes the first meet between the MC and the cops.
I think this might possibly be the side route that we were all asking Voltage to release so we could get more Ishigami/Goto, but I am not sure. _(」∠ ､ﾝ､)_ I don’t think so. But it sure as hell does fill me with joy to see and understand how the MC and the guys became friends and how they slowly started to fall in love with her.
If you guys wanted to fill that void that only ten chapters left in you, this is what you wanna buy. It sadly doesn’t contain any romance for Goto/Ishigami, but it is still very cute and it fulfills its meet and greet purpose.
Oh and in case you guys wanna know:
Katsuragi’s route: Ishigami
Subaru’s route: Goto
Hope this helps a bit! (◡‿◡✿)
More Winter Chibis
Here’s the second half of the winter chibi set, featuring the guys from W.I.S.H. Aren’t they cute~? Let’s be honest: the whole reason for this set was just so I could draw Leo with reindeer antlers (and James grudgingly wearing a Santa hat). ;D Again, it was really fun designing all their outfits, and I hope it’s not too hard to figure out who’s who.
In case you missed it, you can find the first half with the girls here. As it says there, feel free to repost, edit, or use these however you see fit. I think I’m going to take a break before starting on the Memoirs winter set - they don’t celebrate Christmas, anyway. ;)
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Review: Love Letter From Thief X
Story: While working at the museum, the MC has an accidental encounter with the Black Foxes, a famous group of thieves. When they show up at her apartment the next night, she discovers that she’s a clue to the Black Foxes’ next big treasure!
Gameplay: The prologue is free to play. Each main route costs $3.99USD and consists of 16 chapters. There are also epilogues, sequels, and spin-offs available. More sequel stories and new characters will be released in the future
Characters: The MC is smart, resourceful, caring, giving, shy, bold, sassy, and rash. She’s a little bit of everything, but she never feels out of character. She fits right in, able to banter with everyone and support her LI. As an otome MC, she’s got a defined personality that is easy to relate to and admire.
Individual character reviews can be found with their respective walkthroughs. I like all the main routes, some more than others, and I think they are all worth playing. Two routes in particular really stand out though, both in this game and in the Voltage library. Takuto is one of the funniest routes I’ve ever played, and he never stops making me laugh. Even if you don’t like tsundere characters, Takuto can still win your heart. And Kenshi’s route is one best executed routes from Voltage. The development is perfect, and their relationship feels very natural.
Writing: LLFTX is one of the funniest Voltage games released in English. The banter between characters particularly shines. There are a lot of fun pop culture references and inuendos too. LLFTX also has some of the most puzzling choice options, with choice C often being a crack option.
Spin-offs: Like all Voltage games, LLFTX has sub-stories you can purchase. In some games, they can be hit-or-miss, but all of the stories in LLFTX are well done. The characters and the writing are consistent with the main routes, and they are just as entertaining. I always end up getting the spin-offs for this game, and I’ve never regretted any of them.
Music: The main theme is really charming and catchy, keeping the mood fun and light. It stands out to me as one of the better original themes. The rest of the music is appropriately atmospheric as well.
Final Thoughts: Out of the Voltage games in English, LLFTX is definitely one of the most approachable games. The characters are unique yet endearing, and the stories are intriguing and enjoyable. The game has its serious moments, but the humorous writing keeps it light and fun. If you are new to Voltage games and are looking for somewhere to start, LLFTX is an excellent choice. If you already like Voltage but haven’t given this game a try, I’d definitely recommend it!
Just a few of Ryoma’s insults