Summary: First off, the game was shipped on time and I received it within a week of purchasing it. The game overall is great, but you really need to be a fan of Japanese visual novels to enjoy it to the extent I did. If you don't have prior experience with them, the game can possibly seem boring because of the way you only choose a few options per chapter.
Summary: So, I purchased this game expecting it to play out exactly like the otome/eroge games portrayed in animes but I find that its more reading a story than making choices. I haven't played much of the game but it definitely isn't what I expected. It's very pretty and has an interesting story but I really wanted to have a lot more choices in the storyline.
Summary: The first chapter is very slow, but after that it makes a super interesting visual novel/dating sim that is hard to put down. Sure, it's not going to sate your appetite for beating the tar out of monsters or anything, but it's still pretty good.
Summary: Like most dating sims, this one has a slow start. I was a little disappointed that there were so many guys but only a few of them can really be romanced. I still haven't played enough to get much though, so I can't say much of it, but it's a great plot and I'm looking forward to getting deeper into it. In case it isn't obvious though, do not buy this if you are looking for a typical psp game. This game is pure dating-sim. It's all text interactions and cut scenes.
Summary: I was one of the people that practically begged Aksys to bring over otome games when they did their survey, so when Hakuoki came out, I felt honor-bound to try it as soon as I had the cash. Before I start this review, I should note that so far I've only completed one route, Saito's--I'll update this review if my opinions change after completing the game.