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  1. I've been working on a tool that incorporates texthooker, translation, OCR, script matching, and popup dictionary. I have only shared it on the learn japanese subreddit and language learning discords. Website: https://game2text.com/ More information: Texthooker is a wrapper around Textractor, but I wrote my own text processing. (Textractor only works on Windows so text hooking is only available on the windows release). Translation is provided by three online services: DeepL, Papago, and Google Translate. Translation services like DeepL may be limited for a
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  2. It's funny how you can enjoy a anime you thought was going to suck just by reading the summary of it and looking at the genre listings. I guess it's like the old saying goes, "Don't judge a book by it's cover." That's kinda how I felt when I watched Ushio & Tora the first time thinking it just a quick shounen made into a anime but by the end of it I genuinely liked the characters and how the romance was built up. Same can be said about Eyeshield 21 and Cross Games, I generally don't like sport animes but those 2 stuck out to me.
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  3. Man, please don't... This is so cringe. You're turning a good idea into this weird social activism exercise that will appeal only to people that are already in your narrow niche and scare off everyone else. The indie VN community in the West is already very progressive. It doesn't need this virtue signalling and if you think there's some forms of diversity/representation that are too rare, remedy that by action (making your VN the way you feel is appropriate) and promoting games that already fit it (I assure you, if you look at game jams such as NaNoRenO or Yuri Game Jam and commercial project
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  4. Well you know. The identity police groups are the biggest racists of all. While the rest of us don't care about skin color, they don't do anything but single out colours. Wish they'd stop already
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  5. Foreword: What is Petit KeroQ? Why creating a new brand was needed for this game? Those are the questions I seek answers for. Synopsis: The time is twelve years ago. A comet of unprecedented proportions appeared in our Solar System. Its magnetic field was such that when the comet drew closer to Earth, it interrupted radio waves worldwide. That time was nicknamed "The Day Television Disappeared". The day the world lost its signal, our protagonist, Mimasaka Shingo, lost his parents. At the heart of this incident is his father's forme
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