Top 10 Best PS Vita Visual Novel Games


10. Amnesia: Memories Visual Novel’s have come a long way. From solving mysteries, apprehending criminals
and operating under the court of law, the Amnesia series has something different layered
in its narrative: It’s an otome game. Basically, Otome is a genre where you control
as a female lead romanticizing different boys in its core story. Follow a girl as she tries to recover her
lost memory by interacting with card-based routes of the male archetypes. It’s a complicated choice once you get to
know each of them. The story progresses whether what kind of
guy you choose, and its multiple endings will add replayability to the story. Aside from its visual novel experiences, play
various mini-games to ease the tension from its over-the-top relationship formulas. Find which route you think its best, and find
out the truth behind your amnesia. It has a PlayScore of 7.14 9. Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness This visual novel game is directly inspired
from its source material with the same name. Step into a dystopian world where a governing
body puts into power a sensor program that scans a person’s credibility in terms of
crime, mentality and personality. It’s called the Psycho-Pass. Mandatory Happiness takes place during the
first 12 episodes of the Anime. Although it’s loosely related to the anime’s
main story. It runs parallel with it. Control two characters, a inspector recovering
the memories of her forgotten past and an enforcer trying to find her missing wife. Together they survive a dark future controlled
by a rogue AI manipulating behind the scenes. Like most visual novel games, progress through
the story by listening to the game’s narrative and make meaningful decisions. It has a PlayScore of 7.36 8. Hatoful Boyfriend Okay, now this is where the weird stuff happens. Devolver Digital’s published game offers
a unique take on the Otome genre. Be the first human to enroll in a prestigious
university filled with Pigeons. Yes, you heard that right. Take your time. Choose from a wide variety of beautiful male
pigeons and roam around the halls with your avian love stories. As stated by the game creator, Hato Moa, no
birds were hurt in the making of this game. There’s absolutely so many things to do
in this game. Feeling bored because your pigeon date is
a snoozefest? Find another one! Scour through the school halls and join clubs
to meet various pigeons. Who knows? They might win your heart with their fowl
sense of nature. I mean come on, what kind of game lets you
date species of the avian variety? Bird is the word and this game has a PlayScore
of 7.95 7. Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward Aksys Games’ next entry to their Zero Escape
series is a product of their success after its previous game, 999. Virtue’s Last Reward takes you to the shoes
of Sigma, he gets abducted and thrown out into a mysterious room with 8 other people. Together, they are tasked to play The Nonary
Games. What the game is all about remains a mystery
to the victims. Virtue’s Last Reward offers two different
game segments: Escape the Room and Visual Novel. Escape the Room is a series of cleverly built
puzzles for the player to solve. Some can be very elaborate, some can be very
easy. Visual Novels, however, are a narrative driven
sequence that opens new dimensions to the story. Players make choices to grasp the truth and
obtain among the 24 different endings. It’s one of the best Visual Novel games
on the market and it has a PlayScore of 8.18 6. Steins; Gate 5pb and Nitropolus’ visual novel adventure
takes you to a captivating journey of friendship, mystery, science and emotional gravity. Awarded for being the most immersive visual
novel story during its time, Steins;Gate continues to wow fans with its non-linear story and
memorable characters. It also has an anime with the same name. With the existence of time-travel, follow
a group of tech savvy students as they change the past via technological mediums such as
E-mails. Eventually they got caught up in a spiral
of conspiracies from the government. With the use of game’s cellphone, interact
to ignore or accept calls from people. The game is all about reading, obviously. What you do is up to you. For a game about choices, there’s no doubt
it has multiple endings. Find out which path are you taking and enjoy
40-50 hours of gametime. This game has a PlayScore of 8.23 5. Norn9: Var Commons Another otome game. Follow a child prodigy named Sorata Suzuhara
as he blacks out and awakens into an unfamiliar ship with 12 passengers, 3 girls and 9 boys. Dive into the story and get drawn into its
narrative experience in three different perspectives from each of the three girls to find the secret
hidden beneath the place’s interior. Also form Aksys’ Games’, find your own
routes and pick the best guy to find your future with. Sounds cheesy but isn’t that what Otome
games are for? Use the game’s feature called Eye Catch
to find out the affection levels of each person you choose. So many features are found in the game including
8-bit versions of your favorite characters, music selection, gallery viewing and so much
more. This has a PlayScore of 8.30 4. Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Spike Chunsoft’s very own version of high
school shenanigans oozes with style and mystery. Follow Makoto as he and his friends get accepted
to a prestigious university called Hope’s Peak Academy. Little did they know they’re in for a murderous
slaughterhouse orchestrated by a talking bear. Think of it as an anime version of Battle
Royale, but Anime. The game is divided into two types: Daily
Life and Class Trials. Daily Life deals with roaming around the school
halls and interacting with friends. However, the real fun begins as you progress
the story with Deadly Life. This sequence enables you to investigate crime
scenes which in turn would lead to its Class Trials. These trials are the main story points of
the game. Find out the true culprit by making important
decisions. It’s a game-altering sequence and it’s
up to your hands. The game is critically acclaimed, praised
by its story and characters. It has a PlayScore of 8.36 3. Code: Realize Guardian of Rebirth An otome visual novel game. Follow the life of a Cardia as she lives a
solitary life due to her ability to melt anyone she touches. This poisonous curse caused her to hide from
society. Branded as a “monster” from neighboring
villages, she encounters a man named Arsene Lupin, a gentleman thief. Together they embark on an adventure to find
her missing father and find the truth about her poisonous touch. Just like any other otome game, players choose
from a group of fine lads in their quest to cure her of her mysterious illness. Gameplay revolves around making choices, listening
to their stories and picking the right guy. The story is determined by your choice and
of course, the game’s ending. It has a PlayScore of 8.38 2. Steins; Gate 0 Following the events after the first game,
this world-renowned visual novel adventure opens new doors to its universe. This time, follow the story of different character
perspectives. Step into the shoes of Okabe, a university
student, Amane the time traveler and Hiyajo the neuroscientist. Together they develop the main story in interconnected
scenarios. During the first part of the game, the game
directly splits into two major choices. This leads to the game’s many endings. It’s also determined by whether or not player
answers the calls through the characters cellphone. The game is not stressful, but it’s emotionally
deep. It talks about mature themes such as trauma
and artificial intelligence. It was highly praised for its story and characters. Making it the best Steins: Gate game to date. It has a PlayScore of 8.60 1. And the best PlayStation Vita Visual Novel
is none other than Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair The deadly games continue in Spike Chunsoft’s
sequel to the popular Danganronpa series. Lured by your cute teacher in a mysterious
school trip, step into Hope’s Peak Academy and witness the end of your life. The talking bear returns and the rules remain
the same: Kill one of your peers so you can leave the island. Provided if you don’t get caught. Gameplay is similar to the previous game. It’s still a mix of two modes: Daily Life
and Class Trials. Daily life still revolves around talking to
friends and getting to know each of the unique characters. During its course, investigate clues as your
daily life turns into Deadly Life. But just like every Danganronpa game, the
Class Trials are its main selling point. Find the true culprit by showing your evidence
to the table and demolish their loopholes by argumentative and logical approach. Just like Phoenix Wright, prove their guilt
by outsmarting them. And do it with style! Danganronpa 2 has a PlayScore of 8.71

David Anderson

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