Since our love of Overwatch knows no bounds, a Let’s Talk About post just wasn’t enough for us. So even though it’s a little weird for a yuri blog to have a review of a mainstream game like this, we’re not your ordinary yuri blog, baby~ 😛
It’s actually been a while since we’ve done a post like this, so consider this a little status update on what we’ve been up to lately.
As was chosen by the readers of YuriReviews, Candy Boy is the next anime to get a review, and needless to say, this should be required viewing for any self-respecting yuri fan.
When it comes to visual novels, my knowledge is pretty limited, since I have just not spent that much time on playing many. Of course, part of the reason why I haven’t done so is the fact that there are simply not that many translated visual novels available that trigger my interest, so my knowledge is almost solely limited to yuri VNs.
In this post, I decided to write about my experiences with yuri visual novels, tell you which ones I liked the most, and also name some yuri titles for you that are either already translated or that are being worked on right now. And finally, I would also like to list just a few of the most interesting looking yuri visual nvels that still no translation group has picked up yet.
Please note that by clicking the titles, you’ll get redirected to either the game’s VNDB entry, official website, or in some cases, my own review of the game. Also, the release dates and publishers listed refer to the English translation.
*** UPDATE ***
We’ve added more than 60 more visual novels to the list, as well as listed the publisher, developer, length (according to VNDb), and release date for every entry~
First of all, which more or less popular yuri titles have already been fully translated?
Serving as the stopgap before we get to the anime you voted to see get reviewed next (which is Candy Boy, by the way), Locodol seems like a modest anime about idols, but in a world with Love Live! and The iDOLM@STER, can it possibly carve out a niche for itself?
It’s that time of the year again, so enjoy our First Impressions of the spring anime season that just started~
Sin: Nanatsu no Taizai
Studio: Artland, TNK • Genre: Ecchi, Fantasy
Okay guys, I know this show is bad. Very bad, to be honest. We won’t get much plot, what we get might not make any sense, and the whole show will simply focus on girls with big boobs in skimpy clothing fighting girls in even less clothing with even bigger boobs.
Let’s just move past the fact that it’s just not gonna be the best show of the season and focus on something else, because what this show will feature is yuri content, a lot of it actually, if what the first episode had to offer will be continued—and I sure believe it will.
So far, it really all reminds me a little of Valkyrie Drive, just without the yuri romance, and funny thing is, I’m actually enjoying it. Not such a big surprise to some of you, I’m sure, but I personally didn’t expect that. So I guess this means this show is going to be my personal guilty pleasure of the season~