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At the MangaGamer Anime NYC panel they announced a couple new additions to their lineup of great Visual Novels. The first is the second Guilty’s Nightmare series – Nightmare x Onmyouji – Paradox of Forbiddance. This is a direct sequel to the recently released Nightmare x Sisters, and this time around it’s up to onmyouji, Kuon Katsuragi, to banish their evil from this world. Specter possession incidents are on the rise, and the arrival of two sisters, Setsuna and Yuka is sure to mean there is much more going on here. The sisters are soon captured by an evil cult, and Kuon is going to attempt to rescue them.  Can she succeed or be more breeding fodder for the demons! 

The next announcement was a new title from minori, Eve of the 12th Month!

from the press release:
─Christmas Eve.

Illuminated by the light of her birthday cake, Yuki experiences a random episode from her long-term illness and collapses to the floor in a heavy heap. As she gazes at the flames atop of her candle-covered confection, she soon finds herself in the distant past and happens upon her father and his two female companions–one of whom could be her mother.

Will Yuki’s actions change the future, change the makeup of her family, and potentially lead to the curing of her genetic illness?

You can find out more about this one over on the MangaGamer Blog.

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