Added the source for the curious passerby.
So I decided to try out Alice in the heart
Can I expect any romance from this woman?
i got a tablet for the first time yesterday!!! so to test the waters i drew a chibi nightmare woohoo (also i drew the stars too because that event is really cute)
also he should be transparent so you can like drag him and make him float through your dash or blog idk
Played through Alice in the Heart for Ace route first. The game is fully in English with Japanese voice over. My review and more cgs uploaded at http://imariyumiki.blogspot.com/2014/09/otome-alice-in-heart-aces-route-review.html
Download the game for yourself
Googleplay : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.quinrose.alicehearten&hl=en
iTunes Store : https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/alice-in-heart-wonderful-wonder/id850436456?mt=8
Will be playing more routes.
Thanks for the review! I loved your pros and cons list :)
Hello Anon! Well, it depends how you evaluate the worth of a game. Like, in the case of Alice, for one character you get:
1) 20 chapters min. per character, plus at least 5-6 friends events
2) 15 CGs minimum
3) About 30 choices per story
4) Fully voiced
5) Multiple endings (ranging from 2 to 5 per character)
6) All that for about 4,50$ per character.
Now compare to your traditional otome game in english where you pay 4,00$ for 13 chapters, 5 CGs, 20 choices, 2 endings and no voice, and you can see you’re getting a LOT for your money =D
That said, it’s true the english is not perfect. The good news are, it gets better after the prologue, and it’s never so horrible you can’t understand what’s going on and enjoy! XD At the very worst, you have this impression that Alice talks/thinks funny by moments. For example, she’ll say she’s ”becoming to like’ instead of just ”like”, and other weird grammar like that. Check all the screencaps floating around to get a better idea! I’m sure they’ll reassure you^^
In addition, Alice in the Country of Hearts is one of those iconic games the western world never thought we’d have access to. It’s sort of miraculous that we can play it, even in wonky english. If we want the japanese companies to get the message that we want more of these big famous games, we have to make their efforts to reach to us a success, so they’d all be ”OMG Quinrose is making $$$$$$ selling to westerners we have to jump on the bandwagon too!!!”, you know? So my advice is: buy, enjoy, and write to Quinrose to tell them you’d love them even more if they put more polishing into their translation next time.^_~
Alice Liddell and Blood Dupre
Another tribute to an old fandom. I’ve always liked this man the most.