It’s not even been 2 full months into the new year and there are already so many more yuri Visual Novels popping up from basically nowhere.
Though, before we get to the new or future releases, let’s first talk about Ne no Kami. In this case, there has not only been a huge translation update for Part 1 that has just been released, but right here, you’ll also find some art previews for Part 2. So how about you get even more excited for the second part that will be released pretty soon?
In other big news, we’ve been given the opportunity to interview Ne no Kami‘s writer and developer Fenrir Vier. Right now, we’re collecting possible questions and we need your help. So if you’re interested in anything regarding Fenrir, Ne no Kami or any other of their works, feel free to leave your question in the comment section~
Great news, everyone! We’ve been given the opportunity to give away two copies of the recently released yuri visual novel Ne no Kami – The Two Princess Knights of Kyoto – both with the 18+ patch, to be exact. 😉
All you have to do to enter the giveaway is to take part in the yuri quiz down below and leave your email address. By the way, the score you’ll get in the end will not determine the winner, so taking part and having fun are the only requirements. As always, we’ll chose a winner randomly, so no need to study up or anything.
If you want a chance to win the game, then just enter your email address in the last step, so we can send you the game code if you win.
Since we now all made it safely into the new year, why not take the opportunity to just take a small look at what we might expect to see in the following 12 months?
Well, of course, we have to start with the news that hit us in late 2016 – that being Citrus and Netsuzou Trap both getting anime adaptations. Well, since we didn’t really get any more information other than the fact that those two manga will be made into anime, we can’t really be sure that the adaptations will happen in 2017. In fact, we only know for sure in case of Netsuzou Trap. Though, I think we’ll get some more information on that soon, so let’s now just expect both shows to hit us this year.
Yet again, the year went by in a flash, or at least that’s how it feels to me. And in old YuriReviews fashion, we’ll of course talk about our highlights of this oh so short year, so let’s just get right to it.
I feel like, compared to 2015, 2016 had a noticeably larger amount of yuri content to offer to us, especially when it comes to Visual Novels. FLOWERS, Kindred Spirits on the Roof, and Nurse Love Addiction, just to name some big titles here. But that’s the thing, despite having them and numerous others, it doesn’t just stop there. There are actually even more in the making right now, and that is a situation that has never, ever been there before. Continue reading →
2016 had a lot to offer. Maybe not too many yuri anime, but definitely a lot of other yuri media, such as a ton of yuri visual novels and some really awesome new yuri manga.
So in old YuriReviews fashion, we would like to hand out some awards for who and what we think deserves these awards most this year:
Lena’s Best Yuri Anime: Shuumatsu no Izetta
Well, other than the Valkyrie Drive Specials we can’t really say 2016 offered any other pure yuri show, so I guess we have to work with what we got and make the best of it, right? So, since I didn’t want to go with “only” some specials from a show that aired last year, I decided to go with the show that came closest to what I think is really yuri, which is Izetta: The Last Witch. Despite the fact that she show doesn’t label itself as yuri, nor do the two main characters ever really declare their love, I still feel like it’s pretty obvious that they actually do love each other—romantically, that is. And if they are not yet in a relationship with each other, then I’m freaking sure they will be at some point, since their chemistry was simply over the top amazing, just like the show itself~