Otome Visual Novel Releases of October 2016



New Releases

Title Release Date Platform Notes
Norn9 ~Norn + Nonette~ Act Tune [Link] 06-10-2016 PSV Fandisc/sequel of Norn9 ~Norn + Nonette~.
PsychicEmotion6 08-8-2016 → 06-10-2016 PSV Originally a drama CD series of the same name.
Suuran Digit 20-10-2016 PSV
[R18+] Enkan no Memoria 28-10-2016 PC


 Sep~Oct 2016 Doujin/OELVN/Localisation Releases

*All titles are released on PC unless otherwise noted.

Title Release Date Notes
This World Unknown 02-9-2016 English.
Queen of Thieves 16-09-2016 English.
[R18+] Anata no Torikago 17-09-2016 Voiced.
Kyokujitsu ni Koi Arawasu Ni (2): Shunjitsu to Nisshin [Link] 28-9-2016 Sequel of Kyokujitsu ni Koi Arawasu.
Divide 30-9-2016 English.
Sweet Volley High October 2016 English.





Release date: 08-8-2016 → 06-10-2016
Platform: PlayStation Vita
Age rating: CERO B [12+]
Developer: Otomate
ublisher: Idea Factory
Artist: Karu
Official website: http://www.otomate.jp/psychic-emotion6/
VNDb link: https://vndb.org/v17641
OP Info
Song title: starlight fantasy
Vocals: mao
Composition: Ono Takamitsu
Lyrics: Isogai Yoshie
Arrangement: Tamaki Chihiro


* Cast *

+ Main Characters +

~ Hinomiya Kazuteru – Suzuki Tatsuhisa
~ Minase Aoi – Hosoya Yoshimasa
~ Kiya Shiina – Kaji Yuuki
~ Kinjou Mizuki – Kimura Ryouhei
~ Midou Subaru – Suwabe Jun’ichi
~ Kurosaki Tsukasa – Shimazaki Nobunaga

+ Supporting Characters +

~ ??? – Shimazaki Nobunaga
~ Sumeragi Hidaka – Seki Tomokazu
~ Catherine – Miyata Kouki
~ Mion Kirara – Suzuki Yuuto


* Plot Summary *

Amongst the hills along the back of Etoile- the pension that you live in- a “UFO” had crashed down!?

5 planet princes emerged from the UFO—

Apparently, you’re “Kaguya-hime” reborn and if you don’t hold an engagement ceremony then marry one of the planet princes, they say that the universe will fall into ruin…!!

Even after being told such a shocking truth, your situation gets even crazier!

Compounded by the sudden transferral of a handsome student, your peaceful days gradually become lively after these young men come into your life.

A grand love story wrought by the intertwining machinations of the stars, the moon and Earth will now begin!


* My Thoughts *


OK, maybe that’s a bit harsh…

But still! It was painful from the very first day Otomate Records announced this. Speaking of which, PsychicEmotion6 (PE6) was one of the first ever drama CD series produced by Otomate Records. Even from then on, a game was in the works. So yes, I was doomed to face this rubbish once again. Easily one of the most painful story summaries I’ve come across all year!

You know, this is pretty paint-by-numbers, but somehow, I feel even more contempt towards PE6 (but definitely not as much as Magic Kyun! Renaissance or ugh… Period Cube). But I wonder why? Is it the disturbing fact that the entire juvenile CERO B premise reads like a 7-year-old Disney Princess fangirl’s creative writing venture? Is it the fact that I’m getting old and Karu’s art makes everyone look too young for my tastes? Is it the laughably uncreative “hot princes… BUT IN SPACE!!!” thing? Is it the fact that PE6’s story is founded on a really crappy, cliche and lazy excuse plot? Can’t say for sure.

Yeah, I’ll be passing on this with EXTREME prejudice!



Suuran Digit


Release date: 20-10-2016
Platform: PlayStation Vita
Age rating: CERO C [15+]
Developer: Otomate
ublisher: Idea Factory
Artist: Melo
Official website: http://www.otomate.jp/suran/
VNDb link: https://vndb.org/v18161
OP Info

Song title: 零 -ZERO- [Rei -ZERO-]
Vocals, composition and lyrics: Yonekura Chihiro
Arrangment: Miyazaki Kyouichi


* Cast *

⊕ – Student Council members
⊗ – Mathematics Research Association members

+ Seitokai-hen (Student Council Routes) +

Ichizono Ousuke – Yusa Kouji
Shikata Yuuhi – Suzuki Tatsuhisa
Shichihara Keitarou – Maeno Tomoaki

+ Suuken-hen (Mathematics Research Association Routes) +

Nitou Mitsu – Nishiyama Koutarou
Rokuhira Takaki – Okitsu Kazuyuki
Kuori Meguru – Morita Masakazu

+ Misc. +

Sanga Rihoko – Yukino Satsuki
Godai Tomoe – Takahashi Hiroki
Hachizawa An – Amasaki Kouhei
Hachizawa Mei – Uchiyama Yumi
~ Muraki Yatsugu – Kusuda Toshiyuki


* Plot Summary *

The private Soyogi Academy.

The sons and daughters of the nine noble households- referred to as “Suuke (Number Families)“- attend this school. Within the school, these students are treated as superiors by their peers.

They have a secret- in this school, there is a war that only they’re able to fight in.

It is called “Suuransen (Number War)“.
Since the olden days, this periodically-fought war has been determining the rankings of the Suuke, as well as selecting a “Soyogi (Japanese for Brahma, a Hindu creation God)” who leads and controls the Suuke.

This war was thought to never take place again after one number broke away.

However, since the sudden re-emergence of “The number that should not exist”, the conditions for the Suuransen to be held have now been met…

“When the time comes in which the ten numbers assemble,
The carved seal shall guide you to the field of battle.”

Her name is Reisaki Hiroka.
She is the one who signals the beginning and the end.


* My Thoughts *

Yeah, it sounds a bit cheesy and chuunibyou, but not bad at all. I’ve never been super-enthusiastic about Suuran Digit like some of my peers, but I can see where the hype is coming from.

First, the protagonist Hiroka. She isn’t original in a general sense. Anybody who’s somewhat familiar with lazy anime characters- especially ones in a battle/action setting- can probably see what kind of development Hiroka will go through. But in terms of an otome protagonist, I can’t recall anybody who’s similar to Hiroka. Definitely not the Purity Sue type though, so this is already a point in Suuran’s favour.

While the premise is interesting and something different for an otome game, I’m not seeing the exact stakes of the war. All good stories involving wars, battles and such have stakes, motives, etc. that make the importance of the conflict believable. But in Suuran’s case, if you win, your family may rank up, rank down or better yet, lead the rest… But so what? Is being on top really so important in this world? Is being on the bottom really so bad? The summary keeps on mentioning “within the school”, but does this treatment extend into the rest of the world as well? What are the benefits of being the most powerful? What have the bottom rungs lost or can gain? Etc., etc…

I’m also interested in exactly how the “politics” of the Number Families work. They’re all collectively referred to as noble/distinguished, but it’s really only the top 5 (the ones in the Student Council) that seem to be treated as such… While the bottom 4 (but five in total since Hachizawa An and Mei are twins) in the Mathematics Research Association are considered “shameful” even by the commoners. Generally, even “lower” nobles are of higher social standing than commoners. So what gives?

Obviously, I have a lot of questions and I’m certain that if Suuran Digit is even remotely worth my time, they’d be answered. I really hope the Suuransen isn’t just an elaborate excuse plot. I’ll definitely be keeping my eye on this one! I hope it lives up to the hype.



[R18+] Enkan no Memoria


Release date: 28-10-2016
Platform: PC
Age rating: R18+
Developer and publisher: A’sRing
Character designer: Gogo-chan
Writer: Takaoka Karin
Official website: http://asring.1000.tv/enmemo/
VNDb link: https://vndb.org/v18291
OP Info
Song title: Spiral Memory
Vocals: Sawa Manaka (Nakazawa Masatomo)
Composition: TANO
Lyrics: Ikuma (郁磨)
Arrangment: REIGN


* Cast *

~ Katsuki Ren – Sawa Manaka (Nakazawa Masatomo)
~ Katsuki Minato – Kawamura Masato (Yamanaka Masahiro)
~ Kunikata Eita – Yotsuya Cider (Okitsu Kazuyuki)
~ Hayami Riku – Kuroi Isamu (Shirai Yuusuke)
~ Katsuki Touma – Domon Atsushi (Satou Takuya)


* Plot Summary *

Blank memories.

The gods from the faraway Kingdom of Heaven. The gods that live on earth, where us humans inhabit. Wind, fire, earth, water. The gods reside in nature. Tsukumogami taking on the forms of tools. Deified animal and human souls. Many gods have inhabited this country since ancient times. And now, this era. Right near us humans… there is a new god who was born to protect us. An artificially-created god that can be called the crowning achievement of human wisdom.
…Us humans had finally constructed a god with our very own hands.

Back when the heat of summer still remained, the protagonist Katsuki Sayu and her much-older brother Katsuki Minato had moved to Shirakimachi.

“It’s vague… but I think I remember these streets and houses…”

Sayu walked the streets, feeling nostalgic.
Due to the shock of losing both of her parents, her past memories became hazy.
While she felt uneasy, Sayu- who has been spending her entire life supporting and being supported by her kind older brother- focused on the present and her future. She didn’t force herself to recollect her past memories.

1 week after Sayu transferred schools…
One day, just when she had almost fully adapted to this town and school…
A transfer student had arrived at Shiraki Academy.

Straight away, he made a beeline towards Sayu:

“Finally, I’ve found you… I’m Shiraki Shrine’s “Artificial God”! I need your lost memories to restore my own power! I’m begging you! Let’s look for them together!”

Katsuki Ren, the strange boy who refers to himself as an “Artificial God”, informs Sayu that they met when they were kids but he had inadvertently sealed “Sayu’s memories” and “his own godly powers”.

Blank memories…

A story about searching for the fragments of lost memories will now begin…


* My Thoughts *

A’sRing’s previous games- Onedari ShareMate and Orfleurs– are severely lacking in the storytelling department. While ShareMate was meant to be on the lighter side (albeit with some shoehorned in drama here and there), to say that Orfleurs’ “overarching plot”- which had a little potential to be interesting- was mercilessly crapped on due to shitty writing is still putting it nicely. So A’sRing’s sudden interest in creating “serious” otome games isn’t entirely out of the blue, but it doesn’t sound like something they can do well. Hell, they can’t write a good game full stop if the last two games are any indication.

Takaoka Karin was responsible for Kain, Louis and Noah’s routes, all of which ranged from “passable” to “passable… with some nice moments”. The route I found most enjoyable was funnily enough, maybe the least involved with the “overarching plot”. Anyway, given Enkan no Memoria’s overdone plot that loves to introduce complexities waaay out of the average writer’s depth… I can’t see this game being anything more than “meh” in the hands of Takaoka.

Moreover, this “kami” stuff is something I’ve never taken a keen interest in, let alone its themes used in otome games. So even if a brilliant writer was on board, I’d be disinterested (but not nearly as dismissive). I can’t see A’sRing doing very well, but as always, I’ll be happy to give this one a whirl if I’m proven wrong.




Doujin/OELVN/Localisation Releases




This World Unknown


Release date: 02-9-2016
Platform: PC (Windows, Mac and Linux)
Age rating: All-ages (no specific age rating given)
Developer: ebi-hime
Publisher: Sekai Project
Official website: https://sekaiproject.com/products/this-world-unknown/
Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/521540/
VNDb link: https://vndb.org/v16984


* Plot Summary *

Peace is scarce in the country of Aslande, which has been at war with the neighbouring country of Eressia for centuries. To Rhea, however, war is a distant concept; something she has heard about, but never witnessed.

Born in a small, secluded village, Rhea occupies her life with more mundane concerns: her job at the local hospital, her playful bickering with her friend Asa, and her prayers for a successful harvest come autumn.

However, when Rhea’s childhood friend, Luca, returns home after fighting in one of Aslande’s many wars, Rhea is suddenly faced with a problem. Why is Luca suddenly so cold, so distant? What did he see out on the battlefield, and how did it change him?

At the same time, new worries plague Rhea, as one of the patients at the hospital is suffering from a rather perplexing illness – and a failure to cure him could have some unpleasant outcomes…

~ Story summary taken from official website.


* My Thoughts *

While I only hear good things about ebi-hime, This World Unknown has interested me the least- but don’t misunderstand me, I still want to play it. I’m fine with the setting, but the characters haven’t really interested me and the protagonist sounds like the type I’d be irritated by. The artwork isn’t bad at all, but considering what the story sounds like it’d involve, it’s a bit jarring. Maybe they did this on purpose, but still… I can get used to mismatching artstyles very easily if the story makes up for it. I’m more inclined to play Empty Horizons before this one.

Definitely on my “to play” list, though I’m not in any rush to get to it.



Queen of Thieves


Release date: 16-9-2016
Platform: PC (Windows, Mac and Linux)
Age rating: All-ages (no specific age rating given)
Developer and publisher: Winter Wolves
Official website: http://winterwolves.com/queenofthieves.htm
VNDb link: https://vndb.org/v16685


* Plot Summary *

For a long time, the three sisters Joanne, Kira and Thalia were on their own, living their separate lives. They believed their mother Arianna, the Queen of Thieves, to be dead, executed twenty years ago in the town of Ahkra by the villainous Lord Raul Capello.

One day, their father Lysander calls them to Ahkra. He has big news: their mother, and his wife, could still be alive! At least, that’s what a mysterious figure is telling him. They seem to be the only one who knows what’s really going on, and they’re willing to help the sisters, for a price.

They’ll need to follow in their mother’s footsteps, robbing from the rich to meet the increasingly outrageous demands of their mysterious benefactor.

At the same time, they’ll meet new people, who might become more than friends:

  • Tiberius, the guard captain.
  • Fredrick, the owner of the biggest shop in the town.
  • Melvin, a man full of mystery.
  • Mary-Ann, the town’s blacksmith.
  • Moirgane, a waitress at the biggest tavern in town.
  • Therjalla, a travelling scholar working as a healer in the local temple.

~ Story summary taken from official website.


* My Thoughts *

Not bad, but not really my thing. I don’t have any opinions either way about it.



[R18+] Anata no Torikago


Release date: 17-9-2016
Platform: PC
Age rating: R18+
Developer and Publisher: Chocolate Mint Fudge
Official website: http://www.chocolatemintfudge.net/game/19torikago/index2.html
DL Site: http://www.dlsite.com/girls/announce/=/product_id/RJ181483.html
VNDb link: https://vndb.org/v16823


* Cast *

~ Iwatsuki Kanata – Kurobee
~ Shiroyama Masaya – Ganimata


* Plot Summary *

One rainy day…

The protagonist, Nakanishi Mina, suddenly gets kidnapped.
When she comes to, she finds herself attached to the bed by a chain in a luxurious room of a Western-styled mansion.

There, the butler of the mansion, Shiroyama Masaya, explains the situation- he was ordered by his master to imprison Mina inside this mansion.

The masked master of the mansion, Kanata, continues to have his way with the handcuffed Mina night after night, in spite of her protests…


* My Thoughts *

That’s a poorly-written summary, but since this sounds like a borderline-nukige, what should I have expected? Here comes the army of cliches: “one rainy day”, “but suddenly [X]! (kidnapped, in this case)”, “when she came to”…

The trial was pretty much designed to show the flavour of the sex scenes and that’s about it. If that’s what you want, go nuts, but I doubt there’s anything really interesting going on for those who think a gem could be hiding in here somewhere.

At least the developers are warning buyers of the unsavoury content. Don’t get me wrong- I’m rarely phased by any dark content in fiction anymore, so that’s not what Anata no Torikago’s problem is. From what I saw in the trial, it’s pretty tame.

I feel that the main limitation of this game is that it has nothing interesting on offer. The writing is bland, the characters are generic, the art is good for an indie effort but ultimately not really standout… That’s three important elements of any visual novel KO’d.

So yeah… I’ll be staying away from this mansion, thanks.





Release date: 30-9-2016
Platform: PC (Windows, Mac and Linux)
Age rating: All-ages (no specific age rating given)
Developer and publisher: Yoshibb
Official website: https://yoshibb.itch.io/divide
VNDb link: https://vndb.org/v19885


* Plot Summary *

The story takes place in a fictional world of Demons and Angels. The two sides have been warring off and on for centuries. 50 years of uneasy peace has come to an abrupt halt after diplomatic talks end with an Act of War committed by the Angels.

You’ll play as Alexandria, the daughter of the Demons’ Head Elder. While she is struggling to find her path in life and fighting with her father seemingly every step of the way, she runs into Aiden on the battlefield, the son of the Duke of the Angels’ capital city. Remembering him from a brief meeting as a child, Alex feels a connection to him that she can’t really explain. After Aiden is taken prisoner by the Demons, Alex makes a drastic decision to save Aiden from her father’s torture. She strikes a deal that would make him her personal servant.

Unsurprisingly, he does not take this well. As time passes, she’ll encounter problems that will change her worldview and shape her destiny, all while growing closer to an enemy that she’s supposed to despise.

~ Story summary taken from official website.


* My Thoughts *

Another war-centric otome game this month! I’m not too big on the Angels vs. Devils/Demons thing since it’s sooo overdone and I haven’t come across a story involving this conflict that has really interested me in a long time. So it’s not bad at all, but just not really my thing- like with Queen of Thieves. However, I enjoyed 2 Minutes for Roughing, so I definitely do want to play another game by Yoshibb in the future.



Sweet Volley High


Release date: October 2016
Platform: PC (Windows, Mac, Linux)
Age rating: All-ages (no specific age rating given)
Developer and publisher: NewWestGames
Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/523730/
VNDb link: https://vndb.org/v19676


* Plot Summary *

Sweet Volley High is the story of Aya Mizuki in her senior year at high school, and beyond, as she pursues a dream of becoming a professional volleyball player. Will she find romance and success, or rejection and heartbreak? Your choices will affect the outcome in one of 5 endings.

~ Story summary taken from Steam.


* My Thoughts *

Sports otome game? Volleyball (who can forget oversaturation of Haikyuu)? I find most stories involving sport- regardless of what the sport actually is- to come across as the same kinda thing, different sport. Hell, I take almost 0 interest in sport in real life anyway, so the sports genre has its deck completely stacked against me. Furthermore, in my eyes, there’s nothing else story-wise that interests me. I’m happy for my fellow otome fans that love sport, because the pool of sports otome games is seriously small. It’s just too bad for those not into shoujo-ai that there’s only one male love interest. I feel like a broken record now- there’s nothing bad here, but it’s not my thing.

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10 thoughts on “Otome Visual Novel Releases of October 2016

  1. Annesthesya

    I’m only interested in Suuran Digit. When I read about PE6, I was like “??? is that so??” it seems so plotless… maybe it’s a game for those who want fanservice? Not my thing haha
    By the way are you interested in the new Otomate titles?

    • Out of all the Japanese otome titles this month, I’d say I’m the most interested in Suuran Digit. Enkan no Memoria could be interesting, but I don’t trust A’sRing.

      Do you mean the Otomate titles announced during Otomate Party (OMG, I was supposed to finish that post almost 2 months ago! T_T))? It’s a bit too early to definitively say, but so far:

      * Ikemen Sengoku◆Toki o Kakeru Koi Arata naru Deai – Mobile port (generally crap and their ports have a rep for being crap), yet another upcoming Sengoku era game. No thanks!
      * Osomatsu-san The Game: Hachamecha Shuushoku Advice -Dead or Work- – NO.
      * KLAP!! ~Kind Love And Punish~ FD – Never played the first game, don’t ever plan on doing so.
      * Kurenai no Homura Sanada Ninpou-chou – Very boring trailer… Worse, it’s hard to not see it as anything other than a Hyakka Hyakurou wannabe. Good luck with that, Otomate. Maybe ask Red Entertainment for help! x’D
      * Shinobi, Koi Utsutsu -Setsugekka Koi Emaki- FD – Never played the first game. Love the bright and colourful art but I don’t like the sound of the plot at all. Not my thing.
      * Chouchou Jiken – My first impression of this one is so bad it’s not funny. “Your scent makes the guys go wild” (paraphrased)? Haha, no thanks. It’s like a cheap romance porn novel plot. But again… Too early to concretely judge. The song was something a bit different though, which is cool.
      * Nil Admirari no Tenbin: Teito Genwaku Kitan Zokuhen – Never played the first game, not interested in it at all. Satoi’s beautiful art gone to waste.
      * Variable Barricade – The only new game I’m interested in so far. Not a huge fan of the “perfect protagonist” thing, but I love her air of frosty confidence (such a beautiful girl, to boot). I’m just hoping the reason why these douche canoes wanna marry Miss Perfect won’t cause any brain damage… But then again, the game doesn’t seem serious at all so a really dumb reason could be in its favour for humour’s sake. Wait and see, ultimately!

      …And there you have it!

      Thank you for reading, and I hope to see you around again! =)

      • Our impressions are similar! Too many fandisks, too many Sengoku games… I was a bit disappointed. But I’m kinda interested in Osomatsu. I mean I’m curious to see how it will turn out to be, but I don’t think I’ll be getting… maybe if I’m bored? Anyway, not gonna lie, I also got bad vibes from the Chouchou jiken PV, but still interested and keeping an eye. I got the same vibes from 7’scarlet and then I was wrong! And yes Variable Barricade seems a light-hearted game. I’m not that interested right now but who knows right? Doesn’t seem bad.
        Also oh boy Nil Admirari will get an anime & fandisk. Didn’t know it was that popular lol, but definitely not getting, and I mean the original game. Just read some reviews and NOPE. And also reviews of this writer’s other games… Heroine worse than average + sexist/mediocre writing, and that is it? All her works like this? No progress? No thanks I’m gonna stay away from this writer’s works. I might have sounded a bit harsh but that’s my opinion.

        • Pardon my delayed reply!

          Yeah, Nil Admirari has an intersting base concept but I’ve never found the characters or setting appealing enough. Now that the reviews are in, it’s unlikely I’ll touch it from what I’ve read. *Maaaaaaaybe* if it goes cheap enough, but at its current value? Nope.

          About the writing and the writer… I ultimately can’t comment on much since I doubt I’ll ever play Nil Admirari. However, I don’t hear anything outstanding about Katagiri Yuma. I think the only consistent praise of her work I’ve heard is her Princess Arthur stuff, but even then, it’s not at a “raving” level.

          I wasn’t sure if you were criticising Katagiri’s tendencies towards sexism or Nil Admirari itself… I think the sexism isn’t entirely misplaced in Nil Admirari considering the setting and time period (Taishou era Japan). Though if this is a consistent pattern in her works as a whole without good in-game story reasons, either she’s old-fashioned or she’s just a bad/mediocre writer.

          Haha, you thought you were being harsh? Don’t worry; that wasn’t harsh at all (to me, anyway). I’m much more vocal and harsh about things that impress upon me as being pointless, stupid, annoying, cliche, etc…

          • It’s okay! =)
            Yep pretty much me. The only character I was interested was Hisui (the shota one) and as much as I love Kaji Yuuki, his character didn’t appeal me at all. Not only Nil Admirari, I heard all of her games have a mediocre writing, like a pattern… and the heroines are terrible lol. Some friends said they still enjoyed her games but they were just “meh”.

            I’m so sorry for asking but just saw in your completed otome games list “Yoiyo Mori no Hime”. Was the game good? I was pretty much interested in this one but never saw anyone talking about it, so I didn’t know if it was worth or not…
            Sorry for bothering!

            • Hello Annesthesya!

              She really does come across as a “meh” writer, doesn’t she? That’s basically the response Senjou no Waltz got!

              As for Yoiyo Mori no Hime… it’s pretty much the epitome of “meh”, perhaps leaning on the “kinda bad” side. While I don’t regret playing it, I don’t think you’d get much out of playing it, either. There were too many heroes, the individual routes were too short to get much done, only two heroes had true relevance to the plot (with one not even mattering if you completely took him out of the plot), the writing is mediocre, the protagonist is a bit more assertive than most but ultimately boring and the Christian mythology thenes were only superficially utilised and explored. Pretty much all of the issues a game with heaps of heroes have, with very few advantages of a diverse cast.

              Thanks for reading, as always!

  2. as always I am getting PE and I’m sure it will be shitty but since I’ve played 2 shitty games this month it only becomes a competition of who will win my 2016 kusoge award!

    • Great to see you again, Hinano!

      About PE6, I was having a chat about it with an Otome Redditor and she pointed out to me that it must be aimed towards the younger end of the otome demographic. I didn’t even think of that possibility because I’m so used to the long string of “maturer” games that have been coming out that don’t impress upon me as “obviously juvenile”. But even if it weren’t, I’ve come to respect its lack of pretensiousness. Fun fluff fans need their games too.

      As always, I hope you end up having fun and not have wasted your money… Though I can’t pretend I’m not looking forward to your Otome Kusoge Awards for 2016! 😉

      Thanks for reading!

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