Might be worth checking out but again the current fan translation patch only has a little bit of the game in English.For visual novels I really would recommend Katawa Shoujo, the "disability girls" game.
Some of them are a bit much to buy sight unseen I think, but I bet it's not that long until another sale anyway. Thought it was pretty good, though not as good as tsukihime.In a writing sense I mean, they sure blew up after that first one, and the production quality was so much higher.If you really like it, the game has plenty of replayability quality games that I liked a lot and that are free: emily is away and love is strange.emily is away is not gonna give you good feelings or anything, but it's really good.There are many others but that's all I can think of at the moment.
Edit: Also, the Visual Novel Database is your friend if you are starting at ground zero and are looking for recommendations.
I suppose it's entirely the same plot but with alternate routes for all the girls Okabe has to help out after he messes up the timeline?
Steins; Gate might be cool, I loved the anime adaptation of that too.
And again Sakura Wars: So Long My Love and Majikoi are very good (and Majikoi's fan translation is complete).
Thanks for all the tips, I've added what I could to my list on Steam and started looking for the rest in other places.
I think the chat interface thing in two of them look real unappealing, at least.