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Dreamysyu last won the day on September 20

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  1. Looks interesting. I may try it when I get home in a few weeks.
  2. Hi from Spain

    Werukam tsu Fuwanoberu desu!
  3. Protagonist

    Yeah, I've seen some CGs of the fandisc online, and it looks like they did. Really a shame it will never get translated. I believe, this game probably didn't sell that well in English.
  4. Protagonist

    Wanted to post here earlier, but completely forgot about it. - Hapymaher. The protagonist's friend is in a relationship with the little sister of one of the heroines. - Aselia the Eternal. Two of the protagonist's best friends also happen to be in a relationship. On the other hand, the girl also happens to be in love with the protagonist and switches sides of you choose her route. - Seinarukana. jikorde already mentioned it. There's some romantic tension between some male characters and non-romancable females. It never really gets anywhere, unfortunately.
  5. Mangagamer and Minori News(?) to be announced soon

    Well, a dead company working with a company that can't even sell its own products anymore? Sounds exciting! Most likely, a localization of an older game.
  6. First VN you ever played and what did you think?

    Some random 20-minute long VN on a Russian RPG Maker forum. It doesn't even have a vndb page. My second VN was Rewrite.
  7. Birthday thread

    Happy Birthday to @MaggieROBOT! I hope you come back. Edit. And also Happy Birthday to @Kenshin_sama!
  8. I thought the same thing at first, but then I realized this tweet was probably about his decision to move to Japan rather than his death.
  9. One of the many things that helped me realize how big of an idiot I really am.
  10. Birthday thread

    Happy Birthday to @Fiddle! Wow, I had no idea you were so young!
  11. Kotomine Kirei is my all time favorite, and nobody else comes even close tbh.
  12. What's your favourite(s) VN couple(s) ?

    They really suit each other for some reason. I mean, Sumika may be quite an annoying character by herself, but her devotion to Takeru is quite admirable. Though, to be honest, while I hated Meiya originally, I changed my opinion over her completely later in the trilogy, while some events in Alternative made me like Sumika a lot less. So, I guess, it's Takeru x Meiya for me in the end.
  13. Fall Anime List of 2019 (UPDATED)

    Well, my picks for the season haven't changed since the previous thread. Somehow this season will have a lot of stuff that I'm already familiar with, even if there's possibility that some adaptations may turn out to be rather trashy. Chihayafuru is the only 'sports' anime I've ever watched, as I'm typically not really the fan of the genre, but, surprisingly, I really liked this anime. I personally consider it pretty underrated - it really sucks how low this is on the list. It was one of my first I've ever watched back in 2012. I still need to catch up with the second season, and I'll probably just watch it together with this new season closer to its end. Ascendance of a Bookworm is one of my favorite isekai light novels I've ever read, and, according to pretty much everyone who read it in Japanese, I didn't even get to the best part yet. The protagonist reincarnates as a terminally ill little girl from a poor commoner family in a realistic Medieval fantasy world, who also wants to become a librarian in the world where most people don't even know how to read, and a single book costs a fortune. I'm somewhat expecting this anime adaptation to be a rushed mess, but who knows? Definitely recommended if you like good worldbuilding and characters who actually feel 3D and don't follow your typical Japanese archetypes. Didn't I Say to Make my Abilities Average in the Next Life? is another trashy isekai. Or so it seems at first, but the author is actually pretty good at avoiding the usual pitfalls that make these kinds of LNs completely unbearable, and in the end it's more of a well-written healing slice-of-life that happens to be set in another world and has a Ditzy Genius One Punch Woman for a protagonist. Surprisingly, it also has some sci-fi elements. The magic in this world is actually caused by a large number of nanomachines and apparently doesn't break the laws of physics. The manga adaptation, on the other hand, is complete trash, so I really hope this anime follows the original LN and not the manga.