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  1. The House in Fata Morgana is a recent favourite of mine, and I think it can offer a lot of content to talk about. There are choices, but it doesn't split into routes like most VNs do, being closer to a kinetic novel.
  2. I think Clephas has pretty much mentioned everything that's worth mentioning. Just chiming in to say that I can personally vouch for VA-11 Hall-A and Kikokugai. VA-11 Hall-A is more of a laidback experience, putting you in the role of a bartender interacting with clientele, and it's actually surprisingly enjoyable—probably my favourite EVN so far. Kikokugai is much more story-heavy and action-packed, and it also gives you a better look at the cyberpunk world it's built around.
  3. YOU are your own best hope. The hiragana, katakana and kanji waits for you. Do it. Learn Japanese now!
  4. Technically one at a time, but I do have the tendency to play one VN for a while, get bored, and switch to a different VN. If that were to count as playing two VNs at a time, then I would be playing somewhere between 11-24 VNs at the moment.
  5. Man, even the site itself is being optimistic about it. We're getting that full translation eventually!
  6. It's been a while, but I remember I really enjoyed it in the beginning due to the characters and the comedy. Story-wise, however, I felt that it got bit stale. I couldn't get very invested into the various routes and I never got much of an emotional impact out of them either. As a result, it wasn't very memorable, as I struggle to remember most of the events that transpired throughout the story. I think it is one of the few VNs―if not the only one―where I actually enjoyed the common route and the shenanigans more than actual routes or the more serious aspects. If you enjoyed most of the V
  7. Gotta say default as well. I do like some of the other themes better, such as Fate, Tsukihime and Ever17, but the Angelic Serenade skin simply has the best contrast and colour combination. Easy on the eyes.
  8. I'm a full-blown Structure Radical/Mechanics Radical. That chart is most definitely a visual novel! It tells the mildly comical story of nine individuals with differing opinions, and it provides visual input that is not just text by representing each character as differently coloured squares. It's a bit of a short and dull visual novel, surely, but it's a visual novel nonetheless! Honestly, traditional visual novels (the Structure Purist/Mechanics Purist kind) are just one of the myriads of media that I indulge myself in. Shows, movies, books, comics, video games, sodding runestones, you
  9. When I read Comyu back in late 2014, I remember growing quite fond Kagome, making the visual novel a rather enjoyable experience despite some of its shortcomings. I've always liked ruthless, if not downright cruel or evil characters, and Kagome definitely fits the bill—with one good dose of smugness on top. To this day, I think she's one of my favourite characters overall as far as anime, manga and visual novels go. Despite that, however, it has been such a long time since then that I actually struggle to remember her personality in detail. With that in mind, I am wondering if anyone here
  10. Not only is incest sacred, as it keeps the bloodline pure and your children won't receive any terrible genes such as the dreaded triple-chin syndrome, but it is also an important political move that ensures the titles stay within the family. The Habsburgs are an inspiration to us all. Praise Xwedodah!
  11. So what's going to happen if, in a very optimistic scenario, both this and izzeybee's translation actually reach completion status? Will the two be compared mercilessly until it is decided that one of them is the better translation, leaving all the effort put into the worse translation go to waste? To be fair, I doubt we would even reach this scenario, but I think the possibility is there. On one hand, it might be good to have multiple translation projects just to have higher chances for one of them to reach completion. On the other hand, perhaps it might be wiser to merge any ongoing projects
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