Part-Time Storier:
The Titor Archives

On this page, I’ve tried to sort my blog posts into easily navigable categories. The adventure, friendship, romance, horror/weird, sci-fi, and adult categories are genres of visual novels & other games I've reviewed. The other section encompasses my posts other than game reviews, such as game development advice and reviews of books and other media. Note that I sometimes include several short reviews of short games in one post, so if you click the link and don’t see what you were looking for right away, it might just be a little farther down the page.

The icons that appear in the corners of some of the images indicate the following things:

NSFW in the top left – As you might expect, this post contains images that might be “not safe for work.”

Bishounen-P icon in the top right – I wrote this post in collaboration with my friend Bishounen-P.

Puzzle piece in the bottom left – This game was a demo, one part of an episodic series, or otherwise incomplete at the time I wrote my review.

Game controller in the bottom right – Unlike the majority of games I review, this one is not a visual novel, or at least has more gameplay than your average VN.

Adventure & Mystery
Game Reviews

Friendship-Focused Game Reviews

Romance Game Reviews

Horror/Generally Weird Game Reviews

Science Fiction Game Reviews

Adult Game Reviews

Other Posts

Book ReviewsBP&J Discuss Localization & Sidekick/Sister!Ciaphas Cain: Hero Of My Personal BookshelfInto the Tingleverse(more on jotaku.net)TV & Movie ReviewsCode Geass Isn't Nearly As Good As I RememberI Binge-Watched The Snowpiercer TV Show And Lost My Goddamn MindQueer Icon Remington SteeleThey'll Post Anything These Days (a reflection on some James Bond movies)Visual Novel DevelopmentGetting Started with Game Jams: Advice for Aspiring VN Writers (in VN Zine)My 72-Hour Game Jam ExperienceVoices of the Community – Game Devs on LGBTQ+ Representation in Games (on Blerdy Otome)Visual Novels in GeneralMy Favourite Visual Novels of the 2010sTranslation Appreciation PostWhy I Rarely Write Negative Reviews