Echo Tokyo: An Intro is a visual novel that is meant to serve as the introduction to a larger series. Specifically, it is meant to be the origin story of two characters for an upcoming open world game known as Echo Tokyo, at the time of writing of course. While I can say that Echo Tokyo itself does seem like a fairly interesting game if it is done well, the mentality of Echo Tokyo: An Intro serving as on add on really shows. That is not to say that Echo Tokyo: An Intro is a bad game by any means, but at the same time, I’m only interested in Echo Tokyo as a whole because it is supposedly going to be different.Read more
Update: It’s over now, you were too late, although you can still claim the Lethal League code if you want.
Update: It now only costs $1.00 for a chance to win. Additionally, both of my two current patrons have declined my code for Lethal League, so I’m giving it to the first person who asks. My review can be read here.
For those who may have glossed over it in my Patreon rewards section, I am giving away a free Steam code each month to a select Patron of mine who has pledged $3.00 or more. I figure that it is hard to beat the allure of giving away free shit, you know, the Bernie Sanders method… (I’m joking, I actually voted for Bernie). So the first code being given away is for Highschool Romance, a fairly entertaining “Male MC gets put into an all girls school and needs to crossdress, which leads to pseudo lesbian antics” visual novel. Although it’s not an eroge so don’t get your hopes up there.
My second review posted on Brash Games. Is still my own copy though so was just there for “exposure.” Negligee was a yuri eroge that I found to be quite enjoyable and a surprising step up from previous AJTilley/Dharker Studios titles like Echo Tokyo: An Intro and Highschool Romance.
Also if it wasn’t obvious, a few of the images can be on the NSFW side so heads up.
If you want to play this game for yourself (which you should) it can be purchased here.
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