Monthly Archive: July 2015

Groupees Hosts JASTUSA Bundle : School Days HQ and My Girlfriend Is President Both Confirmed 0

Groupees Hosts JASTUSA Bundle : School Days HQ and My Girlfriend Is President Both Confirmed

Edit It has begun! Full contents of bundle as follows:

For a Minimum of $3 You get:

Yojinbo the Body Guards; and The Sagara Family

For a Minimum of $10 you get all of the above PLUS:

Moreo Downhill Night; My Girlfriend is President; and Cosplay Fetish Academy

For a Minimum of $20 you get all of the above PLUS:

School Days HQ

I already preordered my JASTUSA Bundle from Groupee’s website. And you can too! But you have to hurry, because this is limited to just 3,000 bundles worldwide! Just head over to http://groupees.com/vn2 and decide how much you want to spend. $20 (or $18 during the preorder period) will get you all the games in this bundle. But they have smaller packs starting at just $8 for a few games. JASTUSA is one of the leading publishers of visual novel games in English. Their games cost a pretty penny on their website, making this the deal of a lifetime for visual novel fans! You get each game for under $3, while they typically retail for $40+ on JASTUSA site. read more

King's Quest To Get a Sequel King's Quest IX on July 28th 2015. 0

King’s Quest To Get a Sequel King’s Quest IX on July 28th 2015.

I think I recall hearing about this a year or two ago… but it fell to the back of my mind… until a facebook ad told me to like Sierra Games for updates on the “new” king’s quest game.

Upon clicking that ad, I saw the game is about to release on July 28th…. and I SPAZZED OUT. I can barely contain myself to even write this right now…

I own ALL of the games. My favorite is “heir today, gone tomorrow” because it was the first one I played 🙂



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Will they Dub SMTXFE # And If So, Will They Keep The Option To Play The Game in Japanese with Subtitles? 0

Will they Dub SMTXFE # And If So, Will They Keep The Option To Play The Game in Japanese with Subtitles?

The big question on my mind after seeing this gameplay on the Nintendo Treehouse. (see clip below at end of article), is this, Will we North American fans get to enjoy the game the way it is intended? During the live play through at E3 (which is almost an hour long, and awesome by the way.) They had the creator (and his translator) in the room to describe the hard work that went into making this game. The thing that stood out to me was the difficulty they had in casting perfect voice actors. ALL of the actors do all their own singing in this game. ALL of the dances have been choreographed by real dance professionals, and that choreography is intended to match the Japanese vocals obviously. read more