Yasuhiro Wada takes the simulation genre to another cute level.
Don't worry, you'll be able to play Baiken in the US.
The successor to defunct developer Cing's emotional adventure games can't help but feel like a pretender to the throne.
The original console roguelike returns to show the new kids how it's done.
The final chapter of the Zero Escape trilogy arrives after four long years—but can Spike-Chunsoft craft a satisfying conclusion to this innovative series?
The final installment of Zero Escape drops the "visual novel" element, but retains the series' high-stakes world of dark mysteries.
At long last, Kotoro Uchikoshi's ambitious adventure series will see a third and final entry in 2016. Here's why you should consider strapping yourself into this wild sci-fi trilogy.
Arc System Works' classic series makes its 3D animated return on PlayStation platforms.
In the past decade, visual novels have blossomed in the west. How did it happen? And what's next? We spoke with the talent at XSEED, Aksys Games, and more.
Arc System Works combines shopworn anime tropes and thoroughly hateful design in one repellant package.
Arc System Works shows the Vita love with the latest version of its best-selling fighting game series. (Not that one, the other one.)
Want to see a sequel to 999 and Virtue's Last Reward? Get involved with this community movement and make your voice heard.
In this week's JPgamer, Pete delves into his backlog to explore one of the most interesting games on the Nintendo DS: Chunsoft's visual novel-cum-room escape adventure Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors.