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Helios Rising Heroes


App size: 735MB. The tutorial is pretty quick. Pretty sure it only takes like 10 minutes to go through it. The download took another 5 so it's about 15 minutes per reroll.

Okay so this is another RPG for girls. That means there really won't be much imagination when it comes to game play (you select the order in which they attack and you can designate when they can use their burst skill.)

The story so far is okay and the graphics as well as the sound are top notch (I especially like when the units use their burst skill.)

My main problem definitely lies with the gacha. The game has heroes as well as frames (which if I am understanding correctly are for certain skills) in its gacha. There is a 5% chance for the highest rarity (4*) but it's split between heroes and frames. Heroes as you can guess have the lower rarity at 2%. Frames 3%. At 3* you have a 5% chance at a hero and a 10% chance of getting a frame. 2* is where they are even at 40% each. Even if you do a 10 roll you are not guaranteed a hero. All you are guaranteed is something at 3* or higher. After 100 rolls in a specific gacha you are guaranteed a 4* hero and it's split between whatever is in that specific gacha. At the start you are given a 10roll ticket as well as 235 gems to start. It takes 300 gems to do a 10roll so that's alright. During the tutorial you are given the choice of selecting one 3* hero of your choice.

I would have no issue with rolling for frames, but they should've been placed in another gacha. They are pretty important so people would have to roll for them regardless.

As far as whether or not I'll play I'm not sure. I'm not desperate for a new game to play (The new tales of game is out and I do have things to do there.) The voice actors that are listed is the main reason I tried the game out (I like most of them and one of them is in my top 3 as far as favorites go.) It's the main reason I'm debating on whether or not I'll play. Game play being second as it's decent enough. I suppose I could reroll and play until I end up getting pissed about how I'm rolling more frames than heroes and then quit, but I'll see.

so I'm going to actually write a review for this seeing as how most just gave it 5 and said some random thing about one of the characters.

app size is 425mb and the tutorial is pretty quick. takes like 15 minutes to get through everything.

despite the fact that i really wanted this to be a game where we actually got to see a division rap battle play out I gotta say the game is fairly decent. It's a rhythm game but it's different from most because it's actually a turn table and the disc actually moves when you hit certain notes.

the story is okay. rather than being a manger or a producer you are a DJ. so its not really different than most rhythm games (they usually have you as either a manager/producer or some form of musician)

gacha rate is good. 3% for a ssr. there is a 15% chance for a ssr if you do a 10roll but I'm unsure of what that means. i assume it means for the last spot but it could mean for the entire thing. you get a free 10roll after you're done with the tutorial and you get 10 tickets to roll as well as 650 gems. takes 2500 to do a full ten roll.

i wish we had the option of just having a random member from one of the groups to show up on your home screen (i don't have a favorite in this franchise) but alas you have to take what you get.

definently not going to say the game is perfect but it is slightly different from most rhythm games so its a plus. if you like hypmic and rhythm games you'll love this.

P.S It takes an hour for one stamina to refill. Your stamina does not increase once you level up but it does refill.

RockMan X Dive


game size is 738mb. it takes only about 10 minutes to get through the tutorial and the download (provided you skip the explanations)

i really like megaman so i wanted this game to work. the gameplay is a bit like kof all star (side scroll arpg) the controls work a lot like it too but there are times when I'm trying to duck to avoid taking damage and its just not working out.

there is a gacha in this game and I'm not happy with it. while it does have a 3% chance for the highest rarity (s) its got both weapons and units in it. your chance of rolling a unit of any rarity is always lower than your chance of rolling a weapon. in the highest rarity you only have a 1% chance to get a unit and a 2% chance it'll be a weapon. granted there are only a few of them but that's still pretty bad. doing a 10roll doesn't guarantee you'll get a unit either it just guarantees that you'll get an item that's at least grade A (second highest rarity in the game.) i wouldve overlooked this if the shop had a better way to aquire the units via fragments. the problem is that the fragments that show up are random. it takes 40 fragments to get an S unit 30 for A and 20 for B. in order to get the A unit you would need to spend 600 gems (they sell the fragments 2 at a time and they cost 40 gems in order to buy them) i have to assume S characters' fragments are going to cost more which more than likely means you will be paying over 1k gems (which is a 10roll) for one S unit.

i got about 2k gems to start and that's enough for 2 ten rolls.

if you can look past what they did with the gacha then you will enjoy this game. the game is available in english so don't worry about not being able to understand the language.

Disney Twisted Wonderland


Game size is 1.3GB. The tutorial is quite long even when you skip through the story. You can't skip the "battles"

Anyway I'm going to try and be as nice as I possibly can without insulting anyone.

I was not expecting anything from this game and I'm glad I didn't. The game was hyped up and it's pretty boring. You have two different parts to the game: a part where you tap to the rhythm of whatever song is in the background while you ward off ghosts and then you have another part where you fight them. I'm sure the hard (I I didn't see an expert mode) version of the rhythm part will be more difficult but the fact that that's all you're doing is boring. The other part doesn't even seem to have any skills to activate. You are just choosing two people to fight and they both take a swing at the enemy. Enemy does the same and then you repeat the process. Both parts are done in a super simple fashion. Not sure why they didn't just pick one to work on and make it the main gameplay. There is a lesson part of the game but you have to finish some of the story before you even gain access to it.

Let's talk about the gacha. The rates are terrible. 1.5% chance for a SSR which is the highest rarity in the game. There is some sort of pity system. After 100 rolls you get a guaranteed SSR. I'm not sure if that resets if you get one before then or not. The game allows you to reroll the initial 10 roll and it seems to guarantee you get a SSR. Didn't reroll it more than once so I'm not sure if you can get more than one SSR. Now I'm not sure if I missed something but there was nothing in my inbox so you only get 110 gems to start out with. That's not even half of what it takes to roll in the gacha (takes 300 gems for a 10roll.)

The only positive thing I can say about this game is that the voice actors are good. This game is a hard pass for me.

P.S What the hell was up with the summon for a SSR? You literally just sit there while the mist goes. I had to tap before it finally showed the image.



Game size is 804mb. Takes 15 minutes to get through both the download and the tutorial.

If you are a fan of Show By Rock you'll probably enjoy this game. It's obviously another rhythm game and it isn't doing anything new.

Gacha rate is 6% for a ssr
8% for a sr
36% rate for an rr (was there seriously any reason to add another rarity??)
50% for a r.
The game gives you 2 tickets and enough to do an eleven roll (Or was it ten? I can't remember)

If you don't know anything about Show By Rock know that there are males in the game (If that's something you don't want to deal with) and that they have animal ears and will look like animals going through certain parts of the game (yet another thing people might not like.)

The voice actors was the reason I bothered with the franchise in the first place. I was hoping we wouldn't really have to see their animal form that often in this game (That way all that would really bother me is the animal ears) but that isn't the case.

Machigai Breaker Re:Quest


App size 735mb. Takes about 15-20 minutes to go through the tutorial.

I'll start off by saying this is a quiz game so you need to be able to read Japanese in order to play effectively. You can use the hint button but you only get 1 hint per question and you only get 7 hints in total per quest. The auto option only works after you clear the quest once.

Gacha rate is the standard 3% for highest rarity (4*) and the initial 10 roll you get during the tutorial can be rerolled as many times as you want and it can give you multiple 4*. You get enough gems after the tutorial to do another 10roll and that 10roll guarantees another 4*. You are essentially equipping those items you roll to the main characters. Figured I should mention this because I know some people don't like that.

I personally enjoy the art as well as the graphics so I'll more than likely keep the game installed.

edit: service is ending 6/30/20, which is expected. most games that go into maintenance for a while in order to rework themselves usually don't last much longer after they come back. oh well. game was still enjoyable for the short time we had.

app size is 528mb. takes about 15minutes to go through the tutorial. the gameplay is like othellonia so if you enjoy playing that game you'll like playing this.

the gacha rate for the highest rarity is 5% which is good. my problem is that it only gives you 3 rolls at the start along with a ss (highest rarity) ticket. you can however choose your favorite charatcer to start out with. just keep in mind not all of them are there to choose and not all of them are ss. another problem is that it has what amounts to weapons in the gacha along with the characters.



Here we go again. A rhythm game that isn't doing anything special. how surprising. [發困]

App size is 605mb.

This is a beta for the game and it's a good thing. Every time I hit the skip button I'm seeing the renders for faces. also running into many communication errors.

Gacha is 3.5% for a ssr and with the game being in beta once you fill out the forms about your opinions on the game and how to improve it you get a total of 500 gems (technically all you have to do is click them and it'll count. However please fill it out as this company is going to need all the help it can get with this.)

For me this game is a hard pass but as always if you like rhythm games and you like cute guys go for it.

Obey Me! Shall we date?


app size is about 250mb.

the gameplay for this game is pretty boring. you use cards to complete tasks (which is basically the demon brothers in chibi form dancing. they are competing against the npcs to see who can fill the gauge the quickest. if you don't get past a certain point within a certain amount of seconds you fail.)

you get the cards from the gacha (its called nightmare in this game though) the rate is bad. the game doesn't give you the exact rate at which you can pull the cards but doing a bit of math it seems that UR is the highest and it's at about 1%. didn't look at the other one's because that's bad enough.

the game has a 10roll at the tutorial area but this is a fixed set of people you get. you get enough to do a 10roll after the tutorial. also rerolling is impossible unless you use an emulator and make multiple instances/drives.

the story is the most interesting thing so far but it is a "you're a human at a demon academy" story. the game has the voices in Japanese but you can play the game in English.

EDIT 1: something that bothers me greatly about this game is how touchy feely these guys are. they are supposed to be brothers. that shit is fucking creepy.



app size: 710mb

Not going to go into full detail about the game. you can skip the tutorial and go immediately into the dl.

Gacha has a 3% rate for a SSR and 10% for SR. they give you an r of everyone in the game so don't be surprised if you end up like me and manage to only roll one new card.

Game is doing absolutely nothing special so this is a pass for me.

Hoshinari Echoes


I've been waiting on this game for what feels like a year and I'm pretty underwhelmed.

The tutorial is super quick but there is a download of about 650mb (the game size in total is a little over 1GB)

Game plays like your typical otome game that has a battle system (mostly auto. you activate skills.) So the game clearly isn't doing anything new.

The gacha rate is the standard rate of 3% for the highest rarity. The game gives you 1SR and 3R of the team you choose (who gets the SR is random) and then it gives you a 5* ticket as well as enough to do a 10roll and 10 gacha tickets.

There are females in this game (there's only like 5 of 'em.) Kinda irritating because I've been rerolling for six hours now and all of the 5* I've gotten have been girls.

Anyway I'm on the fence as to whether or not I'm going to keep rerolling this, but if none of what I've said turned you off then check it out.

Promise of Wizard


While the graphics, story and sound are great the gameplay itself is boring. The gacha has a decent rate of 5% when you do an 11 roll (it's 3% otherwise.)

I might come back to it when I have no other games that are better to play but as of now I'll have to pass.

Utawarerumono Lost Flag


Yet another game that I was waiting on that turned out to be a huge disappointment.

Tutorial is super quick but you have to download over 1GB (took me about 15 min to get through the tutorial and the download)

The game is mostly auto with you tapping for skill use. The graphics also look a little bleh for a game that's been made in 2019. The art is fine by the way. I'm strictly speaking about the actual gameplay portion.

The gacha has a 5% rate for the highest rarity in the game but the problem with that is they have what amounts to weapons in the gacha. The highest rarity units have a 2% rate while the weapons have a 3% rate. This alone is enough for me to not bother with this game. They give you one free 10roll at the end of the tutorial. You get 1100 gems to start with and that isn't even half of what it takes to do a 10roll (takes 3k gems.)

I'm not really sure why people don't like this game. It's a lot more like the light novel than the others and I personally think the graphics look great.

The gacha rate is your standard 3% for the highest rarity and it gives you a tutorial roll (although I'm not sure if the 4* is guaranteed or not.)

To me the gameplay is great. It's not like most other games where you are just watching what's happening and it isn't something where you just hit a couple buttons.

My only issue with the game is the download size of over 1 GB. When I have time and there are more characters I'll get into this game.

Dance Trips


Service ended back in March of 2019 according to Otomate.

And if you try to login to the game you get a communication error.

Not sure why this is still available for download.



This is just the trial version. We only get the first chapter and I gotta say I'm pretty intrigued.

So far the game seems to be just a VN. Its set in America and you can tell simply because of the amount of English you actually see. There was only like 1-2 phrases that bothered me.

Like I said earlier there is only one chapter released so far. I didn't read all of it but did read a few lines here and there just to get an idea of what is going on.

To me the game seems like it would be better played on pc or the switch (which is the other platform we would get it on besides iOS and android.) but generally speaking the graphics look pretty great.

I can't tell you if the value of the game will be worth it as I haven't bothered to look to see how much it will be, but judging by what I've seen so far I'll more than likely be fine with the price.

been waiting for this game to be released since this summer (was hoping to finally get away from KOFAS) and I'm totally disappointed.

the gacha rate is alright.

3% ssr
20% sr
70% R

the game play is super simple (auto garbage.) you basically train the guys themselves and also level the cards you get. i get it. i get that a lot of females don't particularly like playing fighting games but if there are fighters in it i would expect more than just auto and tapping the screen.

i would totally be okay with this (seriously that's how much i can't stand KOFAS currently) except for the fact that two things stand in the way.

1.) the damn download is 1.07 gb. that's ridiculous for a game that just started.

2.) the biggest problem is the vpn requirement. i don't know what this game is thinking. it didn't make the pre-reg of 100k so limiting the amount of people who can play right off the bat is a horrible idea.


BLADE XLORD | Japanese


the game's size is 1.41gb. takes about 15 minutes to get through the tutorial.

the only thing amazing about this game is the graphics. everything else is mediocre.

the gacha is 10% for a ssr the only damn problem is that you can roll both units as well as weapons (weapons have a lower chance of being rolled at 4%) every other rarity gives you weapons so that means as of right now all units are ssr. that's complete garbage.

they allow you to do a roll at the beginning for free (not sure if the unit is guaranteed or not) and they then give you 1k of the in game currency so that you can roll another 10roll. there is also 30 tickets that you receive as well.

Download takes like 15min at most and the game's size is 412mb.

I'm not sure where to even start with this game. The art and voices are pretty damn great and the story is good but the gameplay is just boring. I'm glad it's not a rhythm game but I'm not sure that this game will last.

It's the type of game where you roll a dice and go around a map. If you interact with someone else on the map you go into a VS mode. If you land on a live mode you do a quick live show. In both versions you are looking at chibi forms.

Gacha rate is as follows:


EXR 2.997% (honestly just make it 3% like wtf)
SSR 5.98%
SR 18%
R 72.96%

10 roll

EXR 2.997%
SSR 8.993%
SR 87.984%

You get to reroll the initial 10 roll before actually playing the game and they give enough to do one more 10roll plus enough left over that you can gather another 800 or so crystals roll once again.

I'll keep playing just because of the CVs and the art but just be aware that the game might not last that long.

Palette Parade


App size is about 292MB. The download itself is quite fast. I spent the better part of two hours after the service started to reroll so I honestly can't remember how long the download took. I know it was under 10 minutes.

Man I've been waiting on this game for a year and it's finally here. I can't say that this game is a fantastic game to play but I can say that it has great art and great voice actors. It plays a lot like A3 with the only difference being we are focusing on art rather than theater.

It also has a gacha rate of 10% for a 4* (highest rarity) and it goes up to 15% if you do a 10roll. The game allows you to reroll the initial roll in the game (it's a 10roll that gives you a guaranteed 4*) as many times as you want.

Anyway if you're okay with gameplay a lot like A3's and enjoy great art and CVs then you should check this game out.

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Game crashing help So this is for anyone whose game is crashing. Check all of these: 
1.) Make sure you have Google play games installed. This is not the same as google play. it is an actual app. Go into the store and search for "google play games." if it says install please install the app and try again.
2.) Make sure USB debugging mode is turned off. This is something that is in developer options.
3.) Phones that are rooted and emulators won't work. If you are trying on either of these then that's why the game crashes.
4.) if all of these fail the next option would be to create a JP google account. I do not have enough space here to explain how to create one so please google it.
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