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  1. 7 points
    mnmnoko

    At the dawn

    As a Japanese Otaku, I, was hugely affected by VNs/eroge in my youth, have wanted to organize what I experienced on VNs and the culture around them in Japan. There are some critical texts on VNs and their history much better than mine on the Internet or books, but sometimes personal view like this could be useful, so I'm writing this now. As you might already know, a thinker or critic Hiroki Azuma actively was writing on Otaku culture from around 1993 to 2007, and he was surely in a central position of criticism about some kind of modern Japanese popular culture. Simply putting, he is a Postmodern theorist studied under other modern Japanese thinkers. As for me, I was a late teen and interested in contemporary art or paintings (I liked Jackson Pollock and Gerhard Richter) at that time, knew about him around 2004-2005 through researching Takashi Murakami, a famous Japanese artist. Those days, maybe because Azuma was impressed by the advent of a VN (Shizuku, by Leaf, 1996) and its rapid growth of narrative and structure (e.g., YU-NO, ONE, Kanon, Tsukihime), he published one book referring VNs from a renowned publisher Kodansha in 2001 and two self-publishing books only about VNs in 2004. I used to read his book and website repeatedly then, and inevitably, fascinated by old school VNs that had a queer, immature yet beautiful allure. Sadly enough, the golden age can't last forever. Around the end of 2005, Azuma said that the VNs' craze ended, and started concentrating on social criticism. When I think of it now, he might lack a responsibility to the culture he led in some sense. I was able to figure out what he meant, however. Around that time, Type-Moon changed into a company from a doujin circle, CLANNAD was released without adult contents, Leaf/AQUAPLUS gradually became interested in the all-aged console market. If I might say, VNs grew into a full-fledged genre of Otaku culture, and at the same time, it had to lose verdant attraction that only a growing genre can have. (I must say I would prefer modern VNs at present, and modern VNs tend to have great quality - especially graphics quality.) Anyhow, I needed to find my own criterion of what VNs are great for me, since I almost relied on his opinion, in other words, I had to stand on my own feet as an independent Otaku. In the end, what criterion have I found out? In short, I regard a character design as important, in particular, cuteness, glamour, and how to paint characters (not only drawing). I like paintings after all. The technique of Bishoujo pictures (Moe-e) surely has a fashion, and I have been wondering where cuteness and the modernity of Bishoujo girls arise from. Um, I'm being derailed a little, so, I will stop droning on. When I get a definite idea about something, I would like to write again. Thank you for reading!
  2. 3 points
    EastCoastDrifter

    Most Hated

    As someone who's still new in the VN scene, I haven't came across much characters in other VNs I would legitimately hate for moral reasons other than just simple annoyance. However, there is one character that I utterly despise from Grisaia no Kajitsu.
  3. 3 points
    On the topic of cooking manga:
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  5. 2 points
    Ranzo

    What Anime are you watching now?

    Yeah I havn't finished it but I definitely enjoyed it. I love their expressions! Yeah it really was I don't think there was a episode I didn't love. And yeah there were plenty of times that a vicious sandstorm blew into my room while I was watching it.
  6. 2 points
    Death row. I escaped, though some wish I hadn't. Kill a guy loudly and messily, during the day, in a public area and weirdly people just won't stop screaming. Then the cops arrive and they're even louder ...
  7. 2 points
    Sayaka

    What Anime are you watching now?

    I watched the first episode of Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou, totally adored it. Hilarious and charming - plus I love the all-male cast play on the typical "cute girls doing cute things". Sadly it's only 12 eps, I'll have to savour it.
  8. 2 points
    Plk_Lesiak

    At the dawn

    Popular culture getting a more serious treatment and becoming more important for intellectuals and scholars is something of a global trend right now, at least in humanities and social science. I think Japan will get there too, there's a lot of stigma around otaku media being "trivial", but more and more people that grew up with it start influencing academic sphere and opinions that circulate in society at large. VNs sadly are a bit too obscure in the West to gather much attention yet, but I think this will be changing soon.
  9. 2 points
    At the same time I had seen even less people that actually played and berated it lol It just goes to show how there's way too few english-speaking readers to make serious assumptions about anything. I also seriously doubt that most of those VNDB voters have ever read it, even machine-translated, we do have a culture of "I'll just look at dem CGs and rate my hype for the game" in the West.
  10. 2 points
    Ranzo

    What Anime are you watching now?

    Just saw the last episode of My Love Story!!! That was a wonderful series I was sad that it had to end.
  11. 2 points
    Yeah, it's definitely an important topic, after all western VNs have to differentiate in some ways to actually get any kind of footing, being "like the Japanese stuff but without the budget" is not really a place you want your game to be in as a developer. For now, I think, the biggest source of strenght for OELVNs is different profile of the creators (a lot of women and people that don't blindly copy the more problematic tropes typical for Japanese media). I absolutely adore some things that come from Yuri Game Jam or NaNoRenO because of the originality and passion involved in those projects, but also how they construct female characters and romance. But these are mostly very niche products produced by individuals or tiny teams, bigger studios need to have a bit more courage in finding their own paths for the genre to lose a bit of its "weeb" stigma and have any chance to reach a broader audience, or even to get proper respect from the current VN fanbase. And the fact that people always argue both ways with this topic simply means there's no one "right" approach, the quality of the end effect is most important. Although, the market seems to be getting oversaturated, being generic is probably the worst thing you can do in a time like this (unless you can offer enough shiny anime boobs to bait in the ecchi crowd, after all, the VN sales on Steam might be going to s****, but not for Nekopara and Sakura games :p).
  12. 2 points
    sanahtlig

    Fuwanovel Confessions

    My confession is that I pay Nutaku to pay me to play a free-to-play game, and I've spent the past year writing a pseudo PhD dissertation on this game.
  13. 2 points
    Understandable i stick with every moan and groan myself but I can see why people would skin then cuz there is quite a lot Cool thats fine. Ive told InfernoPlex in PM that even if it takes over a year for a QC build, I should still be opento recruitement emergencies aside you can keep me on a shortlist and/or Ill just follow this topics progress from time to time like I did with Konosora/IMHHW
  14. 1 point
    Clephas

    Kin'iro Loveriche

    This is the latest release by Saga Planets, the makers of Hatsuyuki Sakura and Natsuyume Nagisa. This, like many of the games by this company, is an emotional game that sort of edges around being a straight-out charage, though it can't really be called a story-focused or a true nakige. This kind of genre ambiguity is common to this company's better works, so in that sense, it probably wasn't a bad choice, overall. First, I should say I skipped Akane's path. I played the first three heroine paths and enjoyed them, but Akane's path was so... cliched that I had to skip it after the midpoint. I was also impatient to get to Ria's path, lol. Anyway, this game begins with Ichimatsu Ouro, the protagonist, encountering the princess of a fictional north-European superpower, and her dragging him to a school for elites as a result. I'll be straight with you about this... disregard the getchu page info entirely. Even the best of the info there is misleading, probably deliberately. Anyway, Ouro, who was looking to get away from his life anyway, takes advantage of entering the new school, getting along with Sylvia, Elle (Sylvia's bodyguard), Rena (a friendly fashionista who is also Sylvia's friend), and Ria (a smoker and delinquent girl he meets on the rooftop) while managing to gradually make his own niche at a school mostly full of rich people. Now, it needs to be said... there should have been an Ayaka path in this game. Ayaka is a snarky little ass at the beginning, but she would have made a great heroine. Moreover, it was rather obvious that the writer wanted her to be one (there are lots of elements that could turn her deredere at a moment's notice), so I'm expecting an FD with an Ayaka route, later, lol. Getting back to the rest of the game (I'm writing this at nine in the morning, after not sleeping to finish it), Sylvia's path is easily the strongest of the three heroines that are available from the beginning. Part of this is because of her generally affectionate nature, part of it is because of her position in life (Princess with insanely loyal followers), and part of it is because she is just that great of a character in general. Her path actually has two different endings, depending on whether you've seen Ria's ending or not. The second ending is basically an additional epilogue based several years after the end of the story, and it is obvious to see why you needed to see it only after seeing Ria's ending. Elle... is the classic straight-laced heroine that goes insanely deredere once she falls in love. I honestly enjoyed her path immensely, even as I felt they were stretching credulity a bit with some of the twists and turns (based on Elle's personality, I honestly couldn't see her making some of the choices she did, even with Sylvia's encouragement). Nonetheless, if you want to see a seemingly hard-edged woman go all soft and mushy, this is a great path. Rena... is the classic 'close friends suddenly become lovers' path. The beginning of their romantic relationship is hilarious and the lead up into the ending is excellent, with a perfect epilogue, given the path they chose in life. I will say that this is the only path where the protagonist stands up to his recent past in its entirety, so in that sense, it is perhaps the most complete of the paths up to this point. Ria's path... is the game's main path. Ria herself is not much of a delinquent... for all that she is foul-mouthed and a smoker, she is at the same time kind-hearted and very much at ease with the protagonist after a few initial bumps. However, for her path... this is the path that threatens to define this game as a nakige... with good reason. If you paid attention to the extensive foreshadowing in the other heroine paths, you will probably be able to figure out what the core crisis of this path is, but this is also the path where Ouro shows himself at his best, right to the very end. Now, I need to go into Ouro, which I normally would have done first. Ouro is mostly your average guy... save for the fact that he is insanely thoughtful and good in a crisis. However, what is stronger about him is that he generally knows when he is at his limit and finds someone to lean on at the right times, without going all dependent and whiny. That said, I really, really, really wish they hadn't made him of average-level intelligence and lazy when it comes to studying. That particular trope is one I wish they'd chop up then wash down the drain in pieces, forever. Overall, this is an enjoyable game... the foreshadowing for Ria's path is a bit excessive, Akane's path was unnecessary, and this game needed an Ayaka path... However, this was still a fun game to play. I left this game behind with a feeling of satisfaction, and, if I still keep going back to wanting an Ayaka path (yes, I do), I'm sure Saga Planets will eventually oblige, lol. Edit: I should also mention that the reason Akane's path is not enjoyable is primarily because it doesn't 'fit'. It doesn't fulfill a need the others don't, and Akane herself pales compared to the other heroines. Worse, she is the only girl with a sprite who doesn't fit into that close 'circle' they have going, so there is almost no development of her character outside her own path. In addition to Ayaka, this game could have also used a Mina path, if only because Mina (Sylvia's little sister) is so obviously on the edge of falling for the protagonist anyway in several of the paths... in the sense that a woman who loves 'reforming' men falls in love with one of her projects, lol.
  15. 1 point
    So the Getchu Bishoujo Game Awards 2017 for the most popular VN's of last year are finally out and the winner is... Kin'iro Loveriche from Saga Planets. The full list of the best 20 titles hereinafter: 1.) Kin'iro Loveriche by Saga Planets (Also first place in categories Scenario, Music and Characters with Souma Ria) 2.) Nora to Oujo to Noraneko Heart 2 by Harukaze 3.) Making*Lovers by Smee 4.) Hikari no Umi no Apeiria by Silky's Plus Dolce 5.) Aoi Tori by Purple Software (Also first place in category MOVIE) 6.) Bakumatsu Jinchuu Houkoku Resshiden Miburo by Inre 7.) ChronoBox by No Brand 8.) Suisou Ginka no Istoria by Uguisu Kagura 9.) Ouchi ni Kaeru made ga Mashimaro Desu by Marmalade (Also first place in category ERO) 10.) Amayui Castle Meister by Eushully (Also first place in category System) 11.) Shigokare ~Ecchi na Joshi Daisei to Doki x2 Love Lesson!!~ by Atelier Kaguya Bare & Bunny (NSFW) 12.) Trinoline by Minori (Also first place in category Graphics) 13.) Haruru Minamo ni! by Clochette 14.) Ouka Sabaki by Irodori 15.) Choukou Shinki Ixseal by Alice Soft 16.) Niizuma Lovely x Cation by Hibiki Works 17.) Silverio Trinity by Light 18.) Kizuna Kirameku Koi Iroha by CRYSTALIA 19.) Koinosu ☆ Ichacolize by eRONDO 20.) Kotonoha Amrilato by SukeraSparo Personal comments: There was already a bit of a hype about Kin'iro Loveriche, so it doesn't really come as a surprise that it won the Getchu awards, even if I would have made my bet on Clochette's Harumina. Nice to see Minori back on the graphics throne. I think it goes back to ef and Eden when they last got it. Though I think I liked their old style a bit more. Having Ouchi ni Kaeru made ga Mashimaro Desu win the ero awards is... slightly surprising, considering it looks more like an all ages game. Looks like Eushully are back, even if they are not at the top yet. Seems like Dergonu was right - ChronoBox seems a lot more popular in Japan than in the west. Is Nora to Oujo to Noraneko Heart really getting an English translation or was it just a fake announcement about 2 years ago? Miburo seems to be a bit lower ranked than its predecessor ChuSingura overall, though maybe that's just because its not 'new' anymore. I think at least the graphics are better. I'm somewhat interested in Ouka Sabaki - the theme of murder mystery in past Japan looks very interesting.
  16. 1 point
    mnmnoko

    Konnichiwa~!

    Hi, everyone! I'm new to this forum I've read VNs once, and somehow stopped playing a few years ago, but my passion to VNs is rekindled recently. In fact, I'm japanese and played lots of VNs in japanese, then felt kinda I've-read-enough-VNs feeling, but these days I start reading them in english, that gives me quite a new perspective of VNs, so I want to read more! My all time favorites are tomoyo after (i played 3 times), clannad (2 times), and wonderful everyday. The day I finished clannad, I rushed into a video games store to get tomoyo after and slim PS2 console... the good old days I liked story-riched games before but for now my tastes are moege or nukige (currently playing wagamama highspec). sorry for bad english, and feel free to send a PM if there's anything I can do about learning Japanese or whatever I like anime, JRPG, light novels, and manga (incl. hentai) as well. I hope to make friends, learn and have fun!
  17. 1 point
    Dreamysyu

    Fuwanovel Confessions

    I confess that I never even noticed that they have similar profile pics before this discussion started.
  18. 1 point
    SeniorBlitz

    Fuwanovel Confessions

    I confess that I thought that @sanahtlig and @Plk_Lesiak were the same person for sometime 'cause of their similar profile pics.
  19. 1 point
    Did you ever see the Alternative timeline? It has a lot of information about what happened after. http://muvluv.wikia.com/wiki/Alternative_Timeline Though I do suppose it would be nice to have a little spin off like their unlimited ones.
  20. 1 point
    I really want more Sekien no Inganock after stories. There some webnovels already, but they didn't answered the only question I wanted an answer!!!!! Zombie no Afureta Sekai ends just when the novel is getting good... And this gakuen spin off of a mafia series that was announced as an April's Fool CURSE YOU KARIN NOW I WANT IT!!!
  21. 1 point
    I would love to see a Tsukihime sequel but as seeing as Type Moon is content to milk the Fate license until the end of time it probably won't happen. I don't see the point in having a sequel of Alternative considering that everything really wrapped up nicely.
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  23. 1 point
    I really want to know what happened after the end of Muv-Luv Alternative. Really, this VN needs an actual sequel. Other than that, I wouldn't mind a sequel to Rewrite with a different protagonist and heroines, set in the world after the true end, but we will definitely never get it, so it's just a dream.
  24. 1 point
    After stories Fan Disc for Tng, Sweet Pool and Lamento like Dmmd Re:Connect. Satsuki's route for Tsukihime. That is it, actually I'm impressed I don't have that many things I want I that aspect... Maybe I didn't play enough VNs as of yet.
  25. 1 point
    r0xm2n

    Most Hated

    She's probably my 2nd most hated. At least her actual scenes didn't tick me off. Besides (Grisaia no Meiyuu spoilers below)....
  26. 1 point
    I am into plotges and Chronobox is quite interesting to me. I'm just being realistic about it, even if I do want it to be translated.
  27. 1 point
    Thank you, Ranzo! Our time estimations keep differ, but during this week I'm going to measure it and give some solid answer. I'm glad you find the project interesting! : ) We have a great week behind us and a very promising one coming up next. Not only we participated in an interview for TwoHappyCats blog, but we actually made a gigantic progress making the game's prototype. We had a huge delay, but it finally starts looking pretty good... Though we still have a lot of graphics to complete. Such as these ones! We almost finished portraying our villagers and they are turning out great. For this #screenshotsaturday, we're sharing one happy family - Mita, Castus and their only son, Pudens. These farmers are the owners of the best fields in Windy Meadow, but their most important source of income is definitely the apiary and their mead-producing business.
  28. 1 point
    Honestly, machine tls are almost never worth it imo. You basically just spoil the main events in the story while missing all the details that actually make the story good.
  29. 1 point
  30. 1 point
    r0xm2n

    Most Hated

    I have a new contender for character who I hate. And it's not even close. The Father from Lucy, the Eternity she wished for. Every single scene with him seriously upset me. An absolutely miserable person who is so quick to anger. And he was already my most hated, before.... And for the record, I try my hardest not to hate anyone, and to forgive any character (even some of the Grisaia villains).
  31. 1 point
    Yuuko

    Getchu Bishoujo Game Awards 2017 are out

    This is because you are not in the secret ELITE disco that me and HMN are www
  32. 1 point
    Oh, yeah, definitely. IIRC, Lilith even says to Setsuna that they could bang at the end of her route, and it kinda ticked me off, since it was like rubbing salt in the wound. Don't tease h in an all-ages game, it's not fair (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻
  33. 1 point
    Laika Karou

    Shoujo City 3D (alpha release)

    Swimming pool update.
  34. 1 point
    1P1A

    Getchu Bishoujo Game Awards 2017 are out

    Wouldn't this virtually always be the case for untranslated VNs? I mean Japan is the only country in the world which speaks Japanese.
  35. 1 point
    Hello Ladies and Gentlemen! Just like during the Steam Winter Sale, I offer you a short list of interesting, worthwhile offers on Western-made VNs that popped up for the occasion of Chinese New Year. The Steam market is still a pretty strange place - since forever, some of the best OELVNs available there are absolutely free (honourable mentions in this regard go to Cinderella Phenomenon, Lucid9, One Thousand Lies and CUPID). Thankfully, there's also a lot of interesting, commercial titles that are worth your attention. Be sure to check the previous post, if you didn't buy the games listed there - most of them now have similar, or even deeper discounts. Now, to the new stuff! The order in which the games are listed is more or less random, and consider all of these games equally endorsed by me, unless I say otherwise in their descriptions. -------------------------------------------------------- Cursed Sight (-30%, $4.19) Invert Mouse was once a regular poster in the developer blog section of our forums - while he seemingly gave up on communicating with our little community, it shouldn't prevent us from appreciating his fairly unique, story-driven VNs. Cursed Sight is one of his earlier works, offering a fantasy setting stylized after ancient China and a story avoiding typical romance cliches, but rather trying to present interesting drama and ask some slight philosophical questions. While it's fairly unorthodox and might not be to everyone's taste, it's definitely worth trying out, especially for the current, modest price. The Last Birdling (-25%, $6.74) Continuing with Invert Mouse's work, his latest VN is an emotional story about friendship beyond prejudice and once more will offer you some pretty heavy, non-romantic drama that is far-detached from usual tropes of the genre. With production qualities somewhat higher than in IM's past titles, it's an interesting proposition for those looking for an enjoyable, slightly out-of-the-box experience. Sweetest Monster (-30%, $4.19) Ebi-Hime's horror kinetic novel is a very different piece of work than her yuri titles but offers one of the strongest additions to its genre among western-produced VNs. Viewed from the perspective of a middle-aged man going through a marital crisis, Sweetest Monster's themes and story structure will offer you a distinct, engrossing experience you won't easily forget - and all this coupled with really impressive production qualities. The Way We All Go (-75%, $1.49) The Way We All Go is one of Ebi-Hime's earliest titles and a relatively forgotten one, but the somewhat-simplistic visuals shouldn't fool you. It's a dark, complex story, with impressive route variety, a huge number of endings and solid writing - much longer and more intricate than the usual OELVN of that era and way beyond most things you can buy for such a small price. Just be sure you're ready to see some death and violence if you want to try this one out. Hate Plus (-33%, $6.69) I'm sure you did buy Analogue: A Hate Story the last time I told you to, so why not look at its sequel? Hate Plus follows essentially the same investigation/database exploration formula, this time showing us the events that led to the Mugunghwa "year zero" disaster - the incident which threw the colony ship off-course and started an age of technological and societal regress we can observe in Analogue. With more fleshed-out route system, immersive UI and the same great-quality writing, it's another top-rate western VN and a must read for those interested in our fledgeling weeb-game market. Love Ribbon (-30%, $6.99) Full-sister incest love story might sound like an excuse for trashy porn, but Love Ribbon takes this concept and does something you don't really see very often - make a serious, emotionally striking forbidden love drama, written in such a way that you can pretty easily imagine it happening in real life, with the same problems and outcomes as those shown in the game. While it has its share of unlockable h-scenes, Love Ribbon's core content makes it one of the most interesting and compelling examples of the genre even outside of just the OELVN scene and something I vigorously recommend to all yuri fans out there - also, the all-ages version should be a worthwhile read for anyone without clear aversion to shoujo-ai or incest themes. Sunrider: Liberation Day (-75%, $6.24) While for me personally the sequel to Sunrider: Mask of Arcadius felt in many ways like a step backwards when compared to the original, it's a quite interesting and enjoyable VN/turn-based strategy hybrid. Love in Space's ambition of conquering the Japanese market might have effected in a slightly bizarre, misguided attempt at "Japanisation", with full-JP voice acting and some caricaturally-implemented eroge tropes, but Liberation Day still captures quite a lot of the space-opera charm and well-developed gameplay that the series relies on. I would also like to mention that the first Sunrider is still one of the best free OELVNs out there, while during this sale you can also buy its rather amusing dating sim spin-off, Sunrider Academy, for close to nothing, 90% off the regular price. Crimson Gray (-50%, $4.99) Decent VNs centered around a yandere heroine are not something easy to find, no matter if we look at the Japanese or Western market. Crimson Gray takes that somewhat-ridiculed and often trashy theme and turns it into a solid, well-paced psychological horror. While in many ways minimalistic, it's a very focused and effective game - one that knows exactly what it wants to achieve and delivers in a way that should satisfy most fans of the genre. Brilliant Shadows - Part One of the Book of Magic (-30%, $4.89) One of the more unique and visually striking OELVNs on Steam offers many of the traits I most enjoy in non-JP visual novels - unorthodox story, unique setting, a strong female protagonist and yuri themes that go beyond fluffy romance or cheap fanservice. Non-Japanese voice acting, while not perfect, is quite solid here and the game as a whole shows a lot of imagination and character, being a worthy read for anyone looking for the less-usual approaches to the visual novel formula. Solstice (-60%, $7.99) After the highly-appreciated Cinders, MoaCube's second title further establishes that Studio's highly-distinct approach to the VN formula. With its extremely detailed, non-anime artstyle and intrigue slightly more akin to the classic western adventure game than typical visual novel storytelling, Solstice will definitely not be to everyone's liking. It's possible to argue though that the visual fireworks alone make it something worth experiencing, especially for the relatively modest price of $8. ----------------------------------------------------------- I hope you've found this list interesting (and possibly even helpful)! Making these let me realize how small the commercial OELVN market still is. While there is a substantial number of western VNs showing up every year, the most interesting ones even now tend to be freeware titles created by hobbyists, and the products that actually ask us to pay money for them are more often than not very average or impressive in some respects, but deeply flawed - those games might still be interesting to some but are quite hard to blindly recommend. There's a lot of talent and interesting ideas in the scene, but it takes quite a lot of time and dedication to dig through all the mediocre stuff (and the tons of utter shovelware infesting Steam) and find those few, truly valuable titles. Still, as long as I have time and strength for it, I will try to fish out worthwhile OELVNs for your (and my own) enjoyment. Have a great week everyone!
  36. 1 point
    Never7 could do with some H-Scenes. Only one character's dubious, with the rest being college students, and the romance is real in this title.
  37. 1 point
    Honestly, all of the ones I've read were great without h scenes, but if I had to choose, any of the Steins;Gate games.
  38. 1 point
    That's how it starts
  39. 1 point
    Pabloc

    Kono Oozora H-Scenes Porting Project

    Something for today:
  40. 1 point
    Hi guys, I'm Ben and this is my first visual novel that I've made by myself one-man-band style. I'm a professional concept artist who's been working on other people's projects for 8 years and finally decided to make something for my own. I hope you guys can help me on this journey Honest critiques are welcome. The game is coming out on Steam soon, you can visit the page here. Plot: Set in Salem, 1692, at the height of witch hysteria, a family is found murdered in their home ans suspicion quickly falls to something supernatural behind it all. This is a murder mystery where you will investigate the crime and sieve through the evidence the witnesses provide, deduct an outcome and piece together the bigger picture. There are multiple characters that you can accuse of the crime and will need to be thorough to connect all the evidence together. Thanks for looking. Here's some screenshots for ya
  41. 1 point
    Dreamysyu

    Fuwanovel Confessions

    Not a confession, but why am I still here at 3AM?
  42. 1 point
    Plk_Lesiak

    Fuwanovel Confessions

    *And this is how the Great Fuwa Schism began, leading to decades of bloody conflict and thousands of 2D Imuotos changing hands repeatedly, being subjected, in turns, to platonic, brotherly love and to the savage lust of taboo-baited weebs. The wasteland once known as Otaku Culture would never truly recover.*
  43. 1 point
    Ranzo

    Fuwanovel Confessions

    Extra confession I think I have come to despise sisters in visual novels especially when the dreaded words "not related by blood" are uttered because I know that no matter how close of family the two are by the end of the story there's almost a guarantee of the protagonist fucking them.
  44. 1 point
    r0xm2n

    Most Hated

    I havn't played many visual novels ....... but some characters in the Grisaia trilogy can be unbelievable jerkholes (especially some of them related to the backstories of the heroines and the protag).
  45. 1 point
    Started watching Penny Dreadful, two minutes in I can say that I am now terribly afraid of bathrooms with windows.
  46. 0 points
    VirginSmasher

    Fuwanovel Confessions

    I confess that I still think that @SeniorBlitz and @Plk_Lesiak are the same person in how they promote the shit out of OELVNs. I mean, have you ever seen them both at the same time?
  47. 0 points
    Ranzo

    What were you doing in 2006 - 2009?

    Went to High School, crushed on a girl through most of it, went nowhere with said girl, did the whole mediocre student thing, went home on the school bus, developed my amazing music taste, read some mad books. Oh I joined Minitokyo in 2007 and had some of the best times on that site. Graduated in 09 and picked up Visual Novels soon after. @MaggieROBOT I'm having fun trying to imagine you like that
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