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  1. Edit: Sorry, didn't read the rules carefully. I won't be able to do a long-term commitment so never mind.
  2. Some friends have expressed interest in 'Sausage Matsuri' so I'm tentatively going for that. Also my wife thinks the whole thing is hilarious and loves the idea. She just thinks moe anime girls are creepy, thus the ban on normal VNs. Incidentally the first otome game I'm playing (Black Wolves Saga Last Hope) has an incredibly badass and interesting setting and backstory so half of me is worried I accidentally picked The Best Otome Game right off the bat and everything else is going to be a letdown while the other half is going 'holy crap if there are other otome games t
  3. Hi it's me! I'm back! I got married and stopped playing VNs (since they wouldn't go over too well with the wife) so I kinda ditched the community, but now I'm back! See I've got a foolproof plan: while my wife may complain about me playing games where I romance cutesy anime girls she certainly can't raise an eyebrow at me playing games where I romance hot anime guys. So I've dusted off my good ol' PSP and am getting myself a nice backlog of otome games (I'm going off of a few Japanese lists of otome games with good plot for suggestions). And once I play through them I'm going to
  4. It'd probably be better if I just put up a wishlist. Between the games I own currently, the games I've played in the past and don't wish to own again, and the games I'm just not very interested in there is a pretty specific set left so I'll just make a list. Here's a list of pretty much every game I'd be looking for the US version of: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1wTtXXTb3rxVYRtYWZ_EjlNsFPSryahKcDihrvDvV7X0/edit?usp=sharing If there are awesome games that aren't on that list just assume I either A) own them already in English or Japanese or B) have already played them/
  5. Ahh sorry I guess I should have specified I'm really only looking to get rid of the lot, not piece by piece just because coordinating all the shipping and stuff would be too much of a headache. Sorry
  6. Aaand to sweeten the pot, here's the OP from every VN I'm offering: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YlHRCVD07E https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mnOq3H8zfs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbQqlu603eE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Okr_6e_nlZE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwOtLH0XLGk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UQyywc9_EU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWi87Bxawe4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7wPnWweMeo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQUwQNkeODk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ziTGacyXWQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ySak
  7. So I'm getting married in 2 months. While my wife enjoys video games and doesn't mind me playing them one bit, I just don't feel like the VNs I own are something I'm going to want to play once we're living together. Nor do I think I'll ever have the time to sit down and read through any of them. Honestly I was considering just throwing them away. That might sound horrific, but I don't have the boxes or manuals for any of them so I just have a bunch of naked (official) DVDs in a case, so I can't really sell them. I mean I could, but I feel like I wouldn't get a very nice price for the
  8. I'm not a huge fan of Illusions of Gaia. I'd definitely recommend trying out Actraiser and Terranigma though. Both of those are (in my opinion) much more engaging and interesting than IoG.
  9. I was feeling nostalgic so I sat down and played through Actraiser, which is an amazing game. I enjoyed the nostalgia trip so much I might just go through the whole Heaven and Earth series (Actraiser, Soul Blazer, Illusions of Gaia and Terranigma). They're all such amazing games.
  10. The best portable for VNs is the PSP. It's dirt, dirt cheap and very easy to get a lot of good VNs on it. Unless you mean in English. It doesn't have many of those.
  11. Still playing Iris and... I'm pretty sure this game has the most adorable character art of any VN I've played up to now, and I might have a hard time finding cuter art after this. I mean Symphonic Rain had some cute character designs, and I've played a few others with cute characters but... not like this. I said it reminds me a lot of Kage Donbo's style but even hers seems a little too simple compared to this. The characters have a lot of personality to them so they're not as simple as Kage Donbo, but the faces and just the cute way they look is similar. It helps that they all have really cute
  12. Confession: When I found out J. K. Rowling had made up a wizarding school in Japan I immediately had a concept for a fancition set there and now I'm writing it because my fiance is really into Harry Potter and it's something fun for us to chat about.
  13. As you might guess from my avatar I'm hooked on Yokai Watch lately. I played it in Japan and really enjoyed it but didn't finish it before I traded in all my Japanese gaming stuff to come back to America, so now I grabbed myself an English copy. The story is pretty much just an anime (though honestly the anime's story is better... loads better) but the fun thing about the game is catching all the Yokai and doing all the subquests. The reason the subquests are so fun is because they all show how the yokai interact with the human world. Like early on you go to a daycare where everyone has a cold
  14. Well I'm going through my collection of PS2 games I bought way back when I first studied abroad in Japan. At the time I just grabbed a bunch of high-rated PS2 VNs to save for when I could actually read them, so now I'm actually reading them. The one I'm currently playing is: https://vndb.org/v2312 A very un-known game that even so was pretty well received. Kid is a very decent VN company that mostly only produced all-ages stuff for consoles with a few rare PC ports (they're most famous series is probably the Infinity games, followed by Memories Off, but they did a ton of stuff during
  15. Depends on the language, on the country you're searching for the job in, and on the industry you're looking for the job in. For Japanese there is always going to be an open market for translators and interpreters in America because people who can actually do native-level Japanese and English are not as common as you are implying. You also have to take into account things like region (coastal cities with large Asian populations will obviously have more competition than mid-west cities where not many Asians live but where car and industry companies are all set up). Honestly it's just like
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