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Old 2009-03-16, 00:37   Link #2581
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If you want to direct your incredulity at someone, direct it at groups that haven't actually released anything. Like maybe Gamepatch, or NDT. Who knows how long they'll take? ~_~

We gave up on ef once, not "twenty" times. Consult the readme if you want to know why.

Hrm... of course 4chan picked up my previous post. I'll take a quote from chapter 1 itself. If there's a reaction, it means they still care. I never knew they loved me so much. The biggest haters are the ones who check my website every day, pick apart every blog post, and follow my every move like I'm some sort of mega-celebrity. Ho ho ho! The irony in that is too delicious.

Anyway, it'll be real entertaining to see how this all unfolds. A no-nonsense release was exactly what every pirate wanted, yet they're still complaining. I'm still giggling at the fact that they're trying to stir up drama when there is none.

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Old 2009-03-16, 11:34   Link #2582
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direct it at groups that haven't actually released anything. Like maybe Gamepatch, or NDT
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Oh, really? http://radicalr.pestermom.com/game.html
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Old 2009-03-19, 02:57   Link #2583
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Kazune Yamamoto just handed in her resignation to Studio e.go. Seeing as how dependant e.go is on her works, will this spell the begining of the end ?
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Old 2009-03-19, 12:05   Link #2584
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That's very interesting news. While I'm not a fan of their works, they have been around for a decade and produced a lot of games, so it's surprising that it'd disappear like that. It's something to do with staff relations?

I think usually if a company relies on a main artist instead of multiple brands/artists, the head illustrator leaving pretty much means the end of the company. Then again, do people follow companies or artists more?
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Old 2009-03-19, 12:28   Link #2585
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I'm not sure if that is usually the case but she is one of the directors of E.go and everyone on the team are leaving too so it would make sense that the company will go down under.

And just for the heck of staying on topic, I would be playing Flyable Heart but I have finals. ;_;
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Old 2009-03-19, 12:33   Link #2586
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It's a bit disappointing though.

I'm kinda slowly working through FH. Coming from Tapestry, it's basically a total reversal so far with all the comedy. Love the SD drawings XD

Btw, welcome to AS, m3rry :3
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Old 2009-03-19, 14:06   Link #2587
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I'm spending most of my time on FH (thanks to the fact that my finals are over )

Currently on Yui's route. So far, it has been just what I expected! The game has lots of mysteries surrounding it's characters which was kind of surprising for me... Specially the male lead is the very definition of "Mysterious Transfer Student" hahaha!
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Old 2009-03-19, 18:51   Link #2588
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I feel kind of weird saying this, but right now my favorite eroge is Yume Miru Kusuri~ A Drug That Makes You Dream.

It's so darn DEPRESSING for an eroge! I cried multiple times while playing this game, especially during the Aeka route. Curse you Antoinette!

Has anyone else played this game and cried too?
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Old 2009-03-19, 21:50   Link #2589
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I feel kind of weird saying this, but right now my favorite eroge is Yume Miru Kusuri~ A Drug That Makes You Dream.

It's so darn DEPRESSING for an eroge! I cried multiple times while playing this game, especially during the Aeka route. Curse you Antoinette!

Has anyone else played this game and cried too?
Haha why would you feel wierd...And yea it is one of the more enjoyable translated VNs out their thus-far. Crying though...hmmm I don't think so, but it was a pretty emotional ride just the same.
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Old 2009-03-19, 22:04   Link #2590
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Haha why would you feel wierd...And yea it is one of the more enjoyable translated VNs out their thus-far. Crying though...hmmm I don't think so, but it was a pretty emotional ride just the same.
Because I'm a girl who usually plays yaoi visual novels... It's completely out of my genre!
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Old 2009-05-10, 14:53   Link #2591
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Are there any other eroge like Doushin Same Heart where you zap between different playable characters in English?
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Old 2009-05-10, 15:48   Link #2592
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Been experimenting witha quite a few Eushully games
-Ikusa Megami Goddess Zero
-Himegari Dungeon Meister
-Meishoku no Reiki

They're challenging but very interesting.
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Old 2009-05-11, 17:52   Link #2593
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ever17 isn't ero but i love it <3
Fate is also great
playing Tomoyo after atm
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Old 2009-05-20, 00:17   Link #2594
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http://d.hatena.ne.jp/moonphase/20090519#p2

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Crossnet... \(^o^)/OWATA...
Just what happened...
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Old 2009-05-20, 16:18   Link #2595
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http://d.hatena.ne.jp/moonphase/20090519#p2

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Crossnet... \(^o^)/OWATA...
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Not sure myself, but they haven't released anything recently... it's just been sister companies Favorite, Apricot and Apricot Cherry. So maybe they just became independent?
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Old 2009-05-27, 10:00   Link #2596
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My favorite VN has to be Fate Stay Night. It's just absurdly good. Although more recently, I finished and enjoyed both G-Senjou no Maou(REALLY REALLY GOOD) and Remember 11.

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Sharin no Kuni, Himawari no Shoujo was a title I wanted to try after how G senjou managed to impress me.
And, hell, I wonder why I didn't check this title before.
You know, I haven't heard a single bad review of this game. Yet for some reason I just can't play through it. The beginning portion seemed so... boring. Which I found unusual since G Senjou no Maou got my interest from the get-go.

Anyway, trying to play this and Clannad. Two games that has been taking up space in my hard drive for a while now. Both are games that seems to be "Must Play" and neither has caught my interest yet.
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Old 2009-05-27, 10:16   Link #2597
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You know, I haven't heard a single bad review of this game. Yet for some reason I just can't play through it. The beginning portion seemed so... boring. Which I found unusual since G Senjou no Maou got my interest from the get-go.
I personally think Sharin no Kuni start was much more engaging. True enough, the action rolls much quicker in G senjou, but it takes an AWFUL time before Haru barges in the fray.
Hence, I personally had less attention trouble with Sharin, as you had everyone's antics, especially Ken's, while in G Senjou, you were stuck with Kyousuke, Kanon, Tsubaki and that creepy troll Eiichi.

Thinking back at the start of G senjou, it was a good thing I didn't play Sharin first, as the start of G senjou would ironically bore me big time (lots of eiichi's antics, rinse and repeat).
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Old 2009-05-27, 10:25   Link #2598
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Woah. Such different reactions. I think my main problem with Sharin's beginning is that I'm not sure what everything's about. It's just a whole bunch of different people doing there own stuff.

Oh well, I'll definitely give it another go.
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Old 2009-05-27, 10:29   Link #2599
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True enough. The problem with Sharin is the fact that the premises can leave a big interrogation: you certainly feel something is weird with" school girls being considered like bunch of criminals", and it will give even more incompatibility feeling regarding the possible themes etc.

However, things will go quickly engrossing when you will have further interactions with Natsumi, then with Sachi's route.
In term of comparison with G senjou though, Sharin and G senjou share a lots of epic moments and very dark/debatable themes and aspirations. But unlike G senjou, Sharin is way more consistent in term of story telling (less on the suspense side, doesn't rely on surprise plot twist. Not like G Senjou's one was bad, but was generally considered as a letdown for most readers).
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Old 2009-05-27, 11:47   Link #2600
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I don't know if my heart can take the massive amount of moe~ this.... HHHNNNGGG
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