Re: Speaking of Yuri games
- Any genre last time I checked. Any games with any yuri in them, that
is the deciding factor.
--- In Yuricon@yahoogroups.com, Maria Ossa <purplpxy@...> wrote:
> I'm new to the group and was just wondering what type of games you
guys are talking about? Are these pc games? Role-playing, storyline,
or action/adventure games? Just curious cuz I'm a big fan of rpg and
adventure games and would love to check them out! ;)
- atheniag wrote:
>I had commented previously that Aoishiro is a new Yuri/vampire game byShort Akai Ito and Aoi Shiro manga recently ran in another magazine,
>the same folks that did Akai Ito.
>Well, the most recent Yuri Hime, Volume 9, has an Aoishiro manga.
>Looks like a...Yuri vampire story. I know, I know, totally
too: Monthly Comic Rush. The (Comic Rush) Aoi Shiro manga only got 1-2
stars out of 5 for yuri in Yuri na Hibi's review, but the Akai Ito manga
got 3 out of 5, which is slightly more promising. I have no idea whether
they'll be coming out in tankoubon form later.
- --- In Yuricon@yahoogroups.com, Erin Subramanian <esubramanian1@...>
> Short Akai Ito and Aoi Shiro manga recently ran in another magazine,
> too: Monthly Comic Rush. The (Comic Rush) Aoi Shiro manga only got 1-2
> stars out of 5 for yuri in Yuri na Hibi's review, but the Akai Ito
> got 3 out of 5, which is slightly more promising. I have no ideawhether
> they'll be coming out in tankoubon form later.Cool - thanks for that tidbit.
This version of Aoi Shiro is of the "girls in the same frame sharing
emotions" variety. There's some vagueish Yuri-service between Aizawa
and a off-screen sempai, and the crying in one another's arm's variety
of Yuri-service between Aizawa and Akida.