This month’s cover features a lovely Noumi Kudryavka in a semi-wet uniform (^o^)／ As you can guess, we’re nearing the release day for Kud Wafter, and G’s Magazine is on fire with new details about the upcoming game!
For July 2010, the bonus was a mini figure of Kudryavka in a gym strip. For those with sharp eyes, you may realize that the same design was first used on a dakimakura cover that came with 電撃G’s Festival! Deluxe! Vol. 5 on January 2010.
Here are some pictures of the figure!
Anyhow, onto the contents of the magazine…
Continuing from last month, we’re shown an excerpt of the script from Rewrite. This month, it’s Ohtori Chihaya’s turn – the orange-haired (muscle) girl.
The game is coming along well; at the time of printing the staff were recording the lines for the demo for all 5 heroines to be included with Kud Wafter.
No release date has surfaced yet.
Love Plus Plus
The sequel to the popular Love Plus is going on sale in Japan on June 24th. In fact my friend Kaionlriu has pre-ordered it for his new DS. Too many changes and additions to mention, but here are some:
- More than 800 hair style & hair color combinations.
- “Love Fitness”
- A puzzle game along with other minigames.
For those that have Love Plus, it’s possible to transfer the save to the new version. If you do, then you’ll get a unique special event as well!
uni is a new visual novel from CIRCUS – the studio that gave us D.C. ~Da Capo~ and the endless spinoffs that produced.
Just like Da Capo, the setting for uni is on Hatsune Island – the same island where Da Capo takes place. But here’s the difference – the main character is a female. Her name is Hoshizora Kirara. Also, uni will be an all-ages game, much like Little Busters! and Rewrite. We’ll have to see how this setting will work out.
Interestingly, there’s a female character with the last name “Shirakawa” just like with all Da Capo series. Maybe because Shirakawa Kotori’s popularity is still viral even after 7 years.
Arupigi Gakuen (RPG Gakuen)
Another visual novel from CIRCUS, this time an adult one. This one’s also set in school, much like all other visual novels – but as the first half of the name suggests, it’s a slightly different take on visual novels. Dungeons, monsters and female-only party members give this visual novel game a “RPG” feel.
Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai
Most of you probably know it already, but it’s being turned into an anime, scheduled to air starting in October 2010.
The monthly comic is being printed with every issue of G’s Magazine, so I’ve had some chance to read it – and I like the art style. As long as the animation stays true to the art style, I’ll give it a shot.
電撃G’s Festival! Deluxe Vol. 7 went on sale on June 18th, and since I’ve reserved my copy, it’s only matter of time until it gets to the dispatch service’s warehouse. From there, I can send it over together with my 電撃HIME July 2010 issue, which is a R-rated counterpart to G’s Magazine. The July 2010 issue of HIME comes with a mini figure of Kudryavka dressed in a doctor robe and that should be interesting to see as well. I’m quite curious to see just how “R-rated” HIME is (゜o゜)