He's also got a new original VN in the works.
A little more time to percolate never hurt.
Androids like it shaken, not stirred.
Two writers, three games, and an anime.
The year of the mech continues.
Valve's new tools to control what customers see aren't quite ready yet.
A sudden content guideline change blindsided the visual novel community.
We talked to the designers and artists behind the most artistically innovative visual novel on the horizon.
In this week's Unpredictable, Caty plays the visual novel Emily Is Away Too and watches the movie Alien: Covenant.
From lewd beginnings to vague innuendos.
Time to hold out for the body pillow trend to catch on beyond Japanese games.
Aksys Games and Spike Chunsoft are bringing 999 and Virtue’s Last Reward to a new audience.
The successor to defunct developer Cing's emotional adventure games can't help but feel like a pretender to the throne.
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?
If you missed its 2011 digital PSP release—and you probably did—there's never been a better time to experience this gory, gut-wrenching adventure.
Spike-Chunsoft's murder mystery "psychopop" thriller makes its inevitable move to the world of consoles with its latest installment.
July 9th marked the Japanese release of the sixth official entry in Capcom's courtroom sim. But are the odds against it ever getting an English localization?
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.
The veteran localizer discusses his process, working with Japanese puns, and how Phoenix was nearly named "Roger."
Rejoice, fans of anime-style Law and Order: Miles Edgeworth's second game is now fully playable in English.
Spike Chunsoft's intriguing mix of Battle Royale and Ace Attorney debuted in America with one of the best English language adaptations in years. We talked to NIS America's crack team of localizers to find out how they pulled off this nearly impossible task.
Close to a year after its original release, Stoic's hybrid visual novel-tactics RPG is now out on iOS. How does it hold up?
Arc System Works combines shopworn anime tropes and thoroughly hateful design in one repellant package.
With this week's release of The Walking Dead: 400 Days, a whole lot of you are doubtless going to be hungry for more story-heavy action soon. Here's a roundup of some other experiences you might want to try.