20 Games Like Suika()
Once upon a time, after his mother passed away, a boy called Nora felt all alone in the world. He spent every day with his unique and kind hearted friends until one fateful day, he had a chance encounter with a princess from the Netherworld.
Member rating: 70 /10003.5
Muv-Luv is a Japanese visual novel originally released as an adult game and the first game in the Muv-Luv franchise. Subsequent releases of the games were with the adult content removed. The game consists of two parts: Muv-Luv Extra and Muv-Luv Unlimited, which is unlocked after completing the two main heroine routes in Extra. The gameplay in Muv-Luv follows a linear plot line, which offers pre-determined scenarios and courses of interaction, and focuses on the differing scenarios of the female main characters. In 2015, the game, alongside Muv-Luv Alternative, photonflowers*, and photonmelodies♮, was fully funded for an English release on Kickstarter, for Windows PC via Steam, PlayStation Vita, and mobile platforms.
Member rating: 69 /10003.45
Air is a Japanese adult visual novel developed by Key. Key later released versions of Air without the erotic content. The story follows the life of Yukito Kunisaki, a traveling showman searching for the "girl in the sky". He arrives in a quiet, seaside town where he meets three girls, one of whom is the key to the end of his journey. The gameplay in Air follows a branching plot line which offers pre-determined scenarios with courses of interaction, and focuses on the appeal of the three female main characters by the player character.
Kanon is a Japanese adult visual novel developed by Key. Key later released versions of Kanon without the erotic content. The story follows the life of Yuichi Aizawa, a high school student who returns to a city he last visited seven years prior, and he has little recollection of the events from back then. He meets several girls and slowly regains his lost memories. The gameplay in Kanon follows a branching plot line which offers pre-determined scenarios with courses of interaction, and focuses on the appeal of the five female main characters by the player character.
Member rating: 70 /10003.5
A horror visual novel about Fuminori Sakisaka, a medicine student who suffers an accident that leaves his perception of the world distorted: everything and everyone is perceived as a twisted mass of intestines, flesh and blood.
Everything, except Saya.
Member rating: 82 /10004.1
Semyon, a poster child contemporary chan culture consumer, falls asleep in the bus, only to wake up in front of the gates of Sovyonok, a pioneer camp of the late Soviet Russia. Everlasting Summer is a time-warping, mind-bending visual novel with some eroge content, produced by the collective efforts of Russian chan communities.
Member rating: 88 /10004.4
"A destiny tossed about, in an insane world---
A flame of life blazing forth, in a dying world---
And now, one more future that is spun---
This is the alternative ending unable to be told before:
A very great, a very tiny, a very precious...
Tale of love and courage."
Muv-Luv Alternative continues the story of Shirogane Takeru after the events of the original Muv-Luv. This is a tale of a love so deep it breaks all barriers; about courage in the face of adversity and overcoming hardships. Takeru encounters insurmountable odds while his entire world is turned upside down around him.
Member rating: 81 /10004.05
A kidnapping on the streets of Shibuya brings together a hot-blooded detective, hard-hitting journalist, former gang leader, the head researcher of a big pharma manufacturer and a part-timer stuck in cat costume for a series of events each more unexpected and outrageous than the last.
Member rating: 90 /10004.5
Kino no Tabi II -the Beautiful World- is a visual novel adapted from some volumes of the light novel by the same name with an additional scenario written by the original creator, Keiichi Sigsawa.
The game came bundled with a thirty-six page book containing the story of the original scenario written for the game.
Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae o Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai is a visual novel developed by guyzware, based on the anime of the same name, it contains a branching story and multiple endings made just for the game. It also contains a communication mini-game where you can talk to a 3D model of Menma every day.
The Eden of Grisaia is a Japanese adult visual novel, the third and final installment in a series of visual novels by Front Wing and the sequel to The Labyrinth of Grisaia. Beginning with the protagonist's sudden disappearance, the story quickly moves toward a dramatic climax, with all the answers revealed at last. Additional contents include "Prologue de la Grisaia," a side story that depicts the five heroines' arrival at Mihama Academy, and their time there prior to the arrival of Kazami Yuji.
Member rating: 70 /10003.5
This romance visual novel explores the question of gender integration at a private school.
A curious series of events leads to our hero becoming the only boy at a prestigious girls' academy...
But over 99% of the girls are against integration!
Member rating: 80 /10004.0
“The Kitakousai festival was coming up at school, but the members of SOS were running around making the movie out of Haruhi’s idea. What happened at this busy time of the members? Taking place in the back stage that wasn’t shown in the anime, players are able to enjoy the original story of the game. The secret that leads to the TV anime is now revealed!!”
The PSP game is an interactive novel with spot animations and voice acting that's provided by the actors from the animated series. Players take on the role of Kyon and engage in various interactions with the main cast members and read the conversations that ensue. Although the story in Suzumiya Haruhi no Yakusoku is based on the "The Sighs of Suzumiya Haruhi," the scenarios and overall material are new and written exclusively for the game. Multiple endings are also possible depending on the actions that one takes over the course of the game. In addition to the interactive experience, a number of mini-games are also playable at certain junctures including a simple beach volleyball diversion. Bandai touts a new "Motion Portrait" technology that's used in the game where lifelike facial expressions are imbued on the characters so that they appear to be "living" renditions of the heroines we've grown to adore.