I'll just copy-paste the ones that were already acceptable, and adjust the ones that weren't.
>Hatsune Miku Project Diva F 2nd
One of the best rhythm games on the Vita, its a fun music/rhythm game, where you can dress up the various vocaloids with costumes you unlock/buy from completing songs or certain goals related to a specific song. You can also decorate each vocaloid's room, give them gifts, food, etc. It's a music game with a mini-pet simulator basically. It's some comfy shit.
>Touch My Katamari
Not much really to say, it's Katamari. You roll shit up in a ball to appease the King of Cosmos whims, trying to rack up the highest score you can within the time limit. It's quirky and cute.
>Corpse Party Blood Drive:
Did you want more from the first game? Its different from the previous two especially when you hit the second half of the game. The story goes from spooky to completely batshit insane from the shit that happens in it which you'll either hate or find so interesting you have to see where this train is heading. It's up to you if you want though if you've played through all of Book of Shadows already. Despite hiccups the game looks really good rendered in 3D in the later chapters when shit starts to look like it was ripped from Silent Hill. The story has brought anons to tears, its worth a shot at least, but first play the 2 games before it. Does have some technical issues such as the annoying loading when opening the menu and FPS drops when using flashlight.
XONiC is a fucking slick rhythm game, you won't regret it. You might go full touch controls because the sticks are too far from the arrows/face buttons and it was awkward for some anons trying to do the hold notes. YMMV for the controls but the game is excellent otherwise, expect to have a BLAST! It's got that quality you're expecting of a DJMax game even though it's another series. Very hard game. Screenshots don't do it justice. If you like rhythm games and DJMax, go play it.
Babby's first DRPG. Its a light-hearted, fun, meaty ecchi dungeon crawler with a decent combat and crafting system, and has tons of cute monstergirls to add to the party, each having different "job panties" changing stats/skills. Rub them in sensitive spots to recruit and bond with them and save the world from the ultimate monster girl. Has boner-inducing lewds, girls and art, second maybe only to DT2. Anons experiences with this game were amusing, like finding bee girls inside the penis forest. Asia-E has competent subs.
>Soul Sacrifice (Delta)
Less grindy MonHun meets Dante's Inferno. The lore is pure sex. Surprising depth of fluff around monsters and arenas. Presentation is A+. Delta is way different than OG, and much better. You carry upgradeable six Offerings (weapons/utilities) instead of one main weapon. There are unique special moves called black rites, like turning your arm into a bone chain to hold down Archfiends, or sacrificing your skin to summon an inferno; idea is that you sacrifice a body part to do massive damage to Archfiends. Best part about the system are combos you can pull off using certain Offerings. Co-op and this system adds flavor to combat. Gameplay comes down to pref, but its worth a shot.
>Coven Labyrinth of Refrain
It's hard to put into words. If you've played Makai Senki Disgaea, it's by the same folks, and has a lot of the same sensibilities - you can have up to 40 people in your party at once, you can knock down a large number of the walls of dungeons, there's tons of character and gear optimization to be had, and yet it still somehow manages to keep a feeling of tension and can easily fuck your shit up if you don't know what you're doing or just go in blindly.
Babby's first terraria. Not as deep, varied, and has set maps, but the Airship is nifty and you explore floating islands, some larger than others. Move your character around with the left stick and the Airship with the right. Great for when you're flying around and enemies drop in on your ship and shit. Its clearly aimed at younger audience with cute characters, simplified explanations, but definitely not bad. Get it if you want a simpler/cuter terraria, its just as comfy.
Has cute engrish VA, but annoying after a while. Able to be turned off thankfully.
>Risk of Rain
Risk of Rain is an indie-pixel-platforming-roguelite that doesn't suck ass, unlike many others. It's actually enjoyable to play, has plenty of replay value with the other 11 unlockable characters. You start out with Commando, and each unlocked character has their own moves and styles of play, mix that with the ludicrous number of power-ups you can acquire (which can drastically change the way you play, for that run at least). It's pretty damned great. Its a favorite of some anons to go back to when they can't think of anything to play.
Hunting game where you're a prisoner, tasked with missions to save citizens from rival prison groups and strange mechs. Pretty cool designs and customization, a bit story heavy at times. Kinda like God Eater meets AoT. You might feel bad about killing humans in this game (talk about a rare experience in vidya). Lacks enemy variety and could've done some things better, but still a fun game, especially with anons/friends. Great and satisfying combat, cool music, artstyle and presentation. YMMV on story handling, dialogue. Worth trying at least.
>SAO: Hollow Fragment
A fun, singleplayer MMO. Great controls and battle system, but if you *hate* the anime, hard to recommend. Its an alternate timeline from the end of the first arc. Customizable appearance, but forced to play Kirito. Has tons of great fanservice with all the waifus, breast physics, upskirts, and 100% pantsu . Bosses can fuck you up, combat is AA mashing and damn cool-looking sword-skills. Can encourage strategies for your party, adding a layer of depth. Cutscenes are also gut-bustingly funny; translation is comically bad in a funny way. You probably won't play a better hand-holding, bridal-style carrying simulator in all your life.
A game many anons have enjoyed and can attest to. You'll probably go autistic over crafting to make the highest quality shit you can. (Poison Aqua OP). One of the easiest JRPGs on the Vita, even for casuals. Enjoyable character interactions and the soundtrack in particular. Very cool background pieces and the environments. The story's nice too, able to make anons tear up in spots. One nice feature is unlocking tons of artwork and such in the Extras after first game clear.
second and third pics are apparently freedom wars characters so I'm suddenly more interested in the game myself, kek
Gonna try summarizing this, forgive the lost details that come with condensing experiences to the text limits:
>Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen
You play as a heavily injured amnesiac dude who wakes up in a backwoods village, get nursed back to health by a qt, and somehow end up in the middle of an epic conflict with an oppressive ruler just when the village you're in starts feeling like home. Extremely gripping plot and setting with tons of mystery to the world and deep, truly lovable characters, perfectly paced to discover it all. Has top tier voice-acting, artwork, and the OG ost makes the game feel like a story being told by the fire.
Definitely a worthy remake of the legend and quality comparable to the TitS trilogy, go play it fag; its a masterpiece and will make you cry ugly tears and feel every emotion you didn't know you had.
Gameplay's pretty fun, but not very hard, and sadly some censored scenes. Play it, then check em later on PC or wait for an uncensor patch.
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