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Archive for December, 2012

Eve of Eve

A couple of nights before the end of the old year, in celebration of surviving the Mayan Apocalypse, once again I along with local InnovaDDoushi gathered at Coob Coffee Club for a small Doll Meet to allow our musume a breather after a long year of work… ^_~

I was somewhat late for the meetup time, but the rest of the group were not there when I reached the destination… ^o^;;;


Another Quickie Update of an Extra Fate

After the rumoured delay of the PSP game a couple of days ago, the official site finally updated its page with the newest information, confirming what we fear the most – postponement

Originally to be released on mid year earlier, the ill-Fated/Extra CCC was delayed to the 21st of February next year and now on the 28th of March… orz


A Quickie Update of an Extra Fate

Keen observers from the Land of the Rising Sun noticed something amiss during the Christmas Eve

Although the info on the official site of Fate/Extra CCC have yet to be updated, it seems that the PSP game will suffer another delay at best… 



It’s that time of the year again, the magical period when innocent and pure children awaits their promised presents from the man in red.

Altho the actual day itself falls on the day after tomorrow, it is the Eve (which is… today!) that everyone’s excited about with feast-ful gatherings, family reunions, lovers intimacy and such… XDc

A small fact: today is also unofficially known as KFC Day to the Japanese as a majority of them will opt to Zerg-rush their nearby outlets for bucketful of finger lickin’ fried chickens (Turkeys are too expensive to afford there, same situation where I live… ^_~).


Yandere Kouhai of an Extra Fate

Not to be outdone by the likes of a NEET’s Servant, the side heroine determined to retake her spot as the game’s main…

BB, the mysterious Sakura-look-alike, now has her own Chara PV too… ^o^



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