Akatsuki no Goei is set in near future Japan in a world which is dangerous enough to warrant having a prestigious school exclusively for training bodyguards.
If you ever read the English release of Koihime † Musou (or any of the other visual novels in the series) then you’ll already have a pretty good idea of what to expect from Sengoku † Koihime.
I mentioned previously the I wanted to write about Re Zero, but I never could decide on exactly what I wanted to write about. I considered talking about why I liked the show, waiting until it finished airing to write a review, and even whether I should try writing a fanfiction about it. In the end I decided to just use this post as an excuse to talk about the show.
Shuffle! was the first game to be released by visual novel company Navel. It was apparently popular enough to have 2 full length fandisk/sequels, a few shorter releases with short scenarios featuring characters from the franchise, and most importantly a remake containing a considerable amount of additional content.
So I’ve slowly been catching up on anime and now that I’ve finished watching most of the shows from winter 2016 I figured I should probably write something about them. It will give me something anime-related to write about before I get to my Re:Zero post anyway.
I watched most shows, but I’ll only talk about a few that I feel like writing about. Not sure if anyone cares about shows from 2 seasons ago anymore, but maybe I’ll be able to get people interested in something that went under their radar.
Kimi ga Aruji de Shitsuji ga Ore de is the 2nd visual novel I completely finished reading in Japanese. (Not the 2nd I started, there are a few other visual novels I have made decent amounts of progress in but have been pushed back on my priorities list due to me losing interest.)