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Zane Araki

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About Zane Araki

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  • Birthday September 11

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    Food: Ice cream, Frozen yoghurt.
    VN: True Remembrance
    Anime: Steins;Gate
    Books : (All of Roald Dahl works)
    Music: Ling Toshite Sigure, Spangle Call Lilli Line
    Misc: Coding, Writing, Learning new language

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  1. I've never come across a VN where I was determined enough to play all the routes. As long as I was attached to one character, I would never be able to lead my choices to pursue the other characters. Truthfully, this habit quite annoyed to the point I stopped playing for a while. I'm really curious with people (mostly, and the majority) who can commit themselves to the game until they've played all the route. I don't think the reason behind this was boredom. It's more like I'm not willing to let my character end up with the other guys... since it felt like betrayal to the former guy xD I mean that's the point of VN right? You can end up with as much pairings as you want and each character will have they own story, and pursuing each character means different story for each play. I just can't seem to make myself to think that the story where I'm pursuing the other guy is completely different from the story with the former guy. (does it sound so complicated?) Or maybe it's part of my personality which tend to think that one person is only meant to a certain person.. does that show how faithful I will be as a wife? (lol) Do any of you have this problem or similar problem? Sorry for.. the stupid question.