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  1. Today âge hold their 20th anniversary event called "Still Breathing". During which they announced a few things: - Muv-Luv Alternative Sequel Called Muv-Luv Integrate Release TBD Here is a link to an article on Twinfinite: https://twinfinite.net/2019/10/muv-luv-integrate/ - Muv-Luv Action Game for PC and Smartphones Code Named: “Project Mikhail” to be released on Steam in Japanese, English and Chinese in 2020 or 2021 No gacha, but possibly a subscription or battlepass Here is a link to an article on Twinfinite:
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  2. Reminded me a bit of Schwarzesmarken soundtrack.
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  3. I was already pretty pessimistic about the VN industry and it was quite obvious that there where a lot of problems. (Sekai Project having to let go staff, Sol Press comments about piracy, the comments about there not being enough translators and so on.) But it is quite shocking to see these problems being pushed in the spotlight. Maybe the VN translation business is really not viable in it's current form. Really sad. And no one can dismiss what he says, there are a lot of people from the VN scene that confirm these problems.
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  4. Jun Inoue

    What are you playing?

    Well, I'm not sure because the differences for the routes are minimal, as I commented some days ago upon finishing my playthrough. Basically some lines change here and there, and the very end of the game, too. So perhaps that scene is messed up for everyone.
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  5. Sounds like you might be reading VNs more than before if you are doing it for work. ;p It makes sense you wouldn't want to do something during your free time as much if its your job.
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  6. I started in the Peach Princess days - more than 15 years ago. The biggest difference for me has been quantity. Good years for me at the beginning had three visual novels released in English that I wanted to play. There have been several WEEKS this year when three visual novels were released in English that I wanted to play. I didn't have a backlog at all until a few years ago. Now I have more than ten purchased visual novels that I haven't played yet. Just when I think I'll start catching up, there will be a big release week or something I didn't even know I wanted will get released and
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  7. Foreword: This is a formal shameless review just to present a video and give score / personal impression. There is an abundance of reviews of this game in untranslated review sources (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8), and I did not even include reviews in the translated review sources. VNDB: https://vndb.org/v646 Youtube:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkfbKBF3PZE&list=PLs4Gp5VU4Fv8HOd7D19oHjX9NAj_dJRkF Synopsis: In face of human technological advancement during the Meiji Restoration, the youkai of Japan were forced to make a hard decision: 1) To remain as youkai and watch over
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  8. The sound of a train indiscriminately moving, carrying you through the ride was the perfect metaphor. Its calming and comfortable, but there is a recognition that you aren't in control. It captured the themes of this story so well. My high school was close to a subway station, and in some classrooms I could space out and just watch the trains pass by. It often reminded me of this VN, as it just furthered the relevance of the ka-chunk sound to my own HS experience. Just like you it seems, I can really only look at this visual novel with the lens of nostalgia now. I've boarded off the train
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