For those unfamiliar with the Persona series, Persona are fighting beings formed from one’s alter ego and summoned to fight Shadows in the alternate/ dream world.
I’d say I did not begin watching Persona 4 with any expectations at all, seeing the Genshin Impact Specialist meme made me curious what Persona 4 was about. Despite these initial expectations, and a slow start, somewhere along I started to enjoy watching it a lot. Episode 14 especially had me realise that I really liked the story telling and had grown to like the characters in it. Skip to spoiler-free if you’re spoiler-concerned.
Mikadono Shougo, son to a rich and powerful company chairman, has to attend school to find a girl he is serious on before he can inherit the company. On his father’s funeral, a mysterious girl claiming to be his sister says she has come to marry him before disappearing. When he attends his new school, he finds out that his sister might be amongst the girls around him. How will he choose when he is not sure who is his sister?
A doctor on the run from the neat west side finds refuge in the chaotic east of Shinjuku ward. Kabukichou, where neon lights, pink elephants, petty thieves and gangs run rampant. What happens when the doctor enters Pipe Cat, a bar where all the best detectives gather? The doctor’s name is John H. Watsons. A modern story taking bits of our favourite mystery genre characters into anime.
Ohana, a Tokyo high school girl, who had been living alone with her single mom has no choice but to relocate to her grandmother’s inn when her mom decides to leaves with her boyfriend. There, she experiences working as a waitress, and finds a place for herself at Kissui Inn.
Tatsuhiro Satou is a hikkikomori, one who secluses himself at home and finds it difficult to have a job or go out of the house. He meets a strange girl, Misaki, who for unknown reasons, schedules meetings with him to help solve his ‘hikkikomorism’. Yamazaki is his new neighbour, a previous kouhai of his who is an otaku and not very socially accepted. Watch as our characters struggle with life and as they overcome their anxieties.
In the creation of the Evenicle, the Holy Mother Eve gave two commandments that govern the world: One must not kill, and one can only have one partner in life. Criminals become branded as outlaws if they break these laws, and a black ring magically forms around their finger. They become unable to enter towns and harvest food. Asterick, a boy who washes up on the island, wakes up to find himself delightfully below a girl’s ass. Unsatisfied with having only one partner in life, Aster embarks on a journey to increase his knight rank. With each increase, he is allowed to marry and have sex with more women.
Famous people throughout history spanning countries become female heroines in Eiyuu Senki. A Servant of Heaven seemingly falls from the sky and saves Himiko from a group of bandits. Himiko reveals that her divining has revealed to her a vision of a dystopian future ruled by darkness, where countries turmoil in evil. He proceeds to lead Jipang to conquer countries, unify the world and attain world peace, before the forces of darkness breeds.
Note: This visual novel consists of a few R18 scenes at the end of each route.
I did promise a D.C. III review, but I’ll get to it another time. I need the time to play through it! So before that, here’s a writeup of a route, in a visual novel that I think is highly underrated. Continue reading →
Haruto, the protagonist loves both small boobs and big boobs equally. However, the continent Buchest which is shaped like a pair of boobs, is at war. Small boobs loath big boobs just as big boobs loath small boobs. Small boob citizens seem to value intelligence whilst big boob citizens value might and strength. Haruto finds the Breasts Gods who have been reduced in size and power. At their request, Haruto sets out to collect boob power by rubbing the breasts of girls; bringing peace to the lands, all the while having sex with girls on the way.