Yea it is an older game, though it's been updated several times since that initial release. It's been a while since anything related to this game has come out though, so I really want to know what this countdown is. Download link is the full game.
I just finished Devil Survivor on my 3ds, and Devil Survivor 2 just came in from amazon, so I'll probably watch that show once it's done airing and I've finished the game. Some second seasons like Ore no Imouto and Railgun that I'll be watching, and there's plenty of other stuff I'll be giving a shot.
What shows you watching this season? I've only got three that I'm paying attention to as well, but they may be different then what you're watching.
Boku wa Tomo Next - 5/10
Blast of Tempest - 7/10
Sakurasou - 6/10 and boring
I don't drop stuff if I've already seen most of it. I also just finished Kokoro Connect on crunchyroll. It was very good but the sequel isn't on there
Finished watching The Tatami Galaxy, highly recommend it. I don't know why I took so long for me to get to watching it, but I'm glad I finally did. The way the last two episodes tied everything together was really cool.
Countdown over, Yume Nikki getting a Novel, manga, and CD.
The official website for Kikyama's surreal-horror dōjin game Yume Nikki has announced that the game is getting both a light novel and a manga adaptation. Novelist Akira (Kyōran Kazoku Nikki, Sasami-san@Ganbaranai) is writing the light novel, tentatively titled Yume Nikki -Anata no Yume ni Watashi wa Inai- (Dream Diary -Inside of Your Dream, I Am Not There-), and Vocaloid video artist Ako Arisaka is illustrating the novel.
Takeshobo's web manga magazine Manga Life Win+ will serialize the manga version. Hitoshi Tomizawa (Alien Nine, Treasure Hunter) is drawing the manga based on producer and Vocaloid composer Machigerita's original story.
Kikyama's Yume Nikki free 2004 PC game revolved around a girl named "Madotsuki" as she traveled through her dreams, sometimes encountering disturbing situations.
Central Park Media released Tomizawa's three-volume Alien Nine manga and the Alien Nine Emulators sequel in North America in 2003-2004, and the company also released the four-episode Alien Nine anime series in 2003. The company also released Tomizawa's three-volume Treasure Hunter manga in North America in 2004.
Akira's Kyōran Kazoku Nikki and Sasami-san@Ganbaranai light novels have both received television anime adaptations.