NAIRI: Tower of Shirin is mostly a nice adventure/visual novel game, but with a bit of an identity crisis and some really annoying problems. NAIRI would probably have worked out much better just as a visual novel, but is worth getting if you have lots of patience – and it’s on sale.
If you like point and click adventures (and have the patience to work through some of the more tedious puzzles), then you will certainly enjoy “Tsioque” with no doubt. As the lovely animation certainly gives “Broken Sword” a run for it’s money and the story is well developed, dark and funny. Simply put, “Tsioque” is certainly worth getting in a sale.
Whilst Ultimate Fishing Simulator isn’t the only fishing simulator around (and some are free), it is probably the best one around, both in terms of graphics and fish movement accuracy. I could see it being used by professionals and those wanting to get into fishing, whilst everyone else could use it to relax. Well, at least for while that is.
Gal Gun: Double Peace is a pretty pervy rail-shooter that is also pricey. Even so, as the game offers great graphics, tons of cute girls, lewd content and a touching and funny story (not to mention the fact that the game is also fun to play). You will soon forget about the price part.
“Deliver Us The Moon: Fortuna” is an intriguing sci-fi adventure game which has mostly lovely graphics, and a pretty accurate depiction of movement in space. However, the game is more geared towards story-telling than action. Nevertheless, “Deliver Us The Moon” still does make you want to solve the mystery of the Blackout.