Still waiting for my copy of Bulletgirls 2 to arrive, I was supposed to be delivered yesterday. Goddamned air mail, I should've just paid the extra shekels to have it delivered with tracking.
> BulletGirls Phantasia
AYYYY MY GIRL IS IN, FUCKIN SOLD NOW
> I have no experience with fate outside of Fate/zero and being aware of a few characters
that's fine, I didn't either. Fate/Extella is pretty all-right. If you ever played a musou game before, you already know what you're getting into.
> Valkyrie Drive
it's sorta hit and miss. The aerial combat is much more well done than in the Senran Kagura Versus games, but the ground combat isn't quite as good. There's plenty of outfits, special underwear designs for rarer panties, and agoodmassaging mini-game in the dressing room. The story isn't BAD, but it isn't really all that compelling either. The girls don't quite have the same charm as the individual Senrans do, for the most part.
> Atelier Shallie
woah hold up amigo, that's the final game in the Dusk trilogy. If you wanna play the Dusk games, you should start with Ayesha, then Escha and Logy next, THEN Shallie.
As for Atelier games in general, they're heavily based around the idea of crafting items for battle via alchemy, the ingredients for which you usually find in battle dropped from enemies, picked up in the field, or bought from stores. The battle system otherwise is fairly standard, the special hyper cinematic attacks are pretty damn powerful though, and there's also a combo/link system of some sort too. it's been a good while so my memory's a bit fuzzy on the details but the stories and characters are great, character interactions are usually quite humorous and there's a myriad of bonus/extra scenes to view that aren't tied to the main story.
> BlazBlue fightan
they're all-right. The story is full of super fucking convoluted magic-science techno-babble space-time shit (personally, I enjoy that aspect). As a fightan, it's pretty decent. Just don't get lazy with Noel, her D-combos will make you a fuckin casual pretty quick. Also Chronophantasma Extend 's story mode is about 95% Visual Novel with VERY few fights to break it up unlike in Calamity Trigger and Continuum Shift Extend. No clue about Central Fiction though.
A game with cute soft girls designed by Nomura Ryoji and a soundtrack composed by Tenpei Sato. It offers a really neat Mecha-Guardian thing that you can customize, but unforunately the game is either painfully easy or bust-your-balls-and-burn-your-corpse hard. There's no in-between. It's standard DRPG fare otherwise though.
MeiQ is the second game of the Makai Ichiban Kan project by Compile Heart which saw the inclusion of some staffers from Disgaea (see Tenpei Sato) composing for both the games.
The first game of the Makai Ichiban Kan project, it's a weird fusion of SRPG, Mystery-Dungeon, and a Raising Sim. I clocked 87 into this game 100%-ing it. The music, like in MeiQ, was done by Tenpei Sato, with the characters designed by Kei Nanameda and it was directed by the Disgaea 4 director Masahiro Yamamoto. I actually wouldn't suggest the Vita version because the last time I played, my NG+ runs were plagued with bugs to hell and back, usually just crashing the game half of the time I would go to fight Trillion. I nabbed it on PC where the bugs were non-existent and played it all to completion. If you played any of the Disgaea games, you'll feel oddly at-home I imagine, especially when you consider the expanded universe of the NIS games like Disgaea, Phantom Brave, Makai Kingdom, La Pucelle, etc and how they're all interconnect-yet-separate universes due to interdimensional traveling and it's mentioned how in Trillion there are ALSO multiple Netherworlds, not just the one you're in, as Trillion travels from dimension-to-dimension, consuming each dimension's Heaven, Earth, and Netherworld. I loved this game to pieces, but it's grindy if you want all the endings, it's RNG heavy and you will need to savescum unless you want the RNG to ass-fuck you with no lube.
The rest of these I either haven't played at all or just barely played to not really be able to have an opinion on.
Also check out Gravity Rush, Killzone Mercenary, and Dragon Quest Builders for your Non-RPG needs.