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About MarcomiX

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    Manga (mainly seinen, spokon, comedy and very, VERY few shounens), Anime (my favourite one is Record of Lodoss War), Fantasy Novels (huge fan of SOME of the Sapkowski's books), videogames and videogames modifications, D&D, Music (almost every kind of music, except the spanish ones and the neapolitan neo-melodic genre)....oh, and, of course, VNs!
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  1. I'm more interest in Orihime TBH...Hikari and Korona don't quite pick my interest as much as Saya and Orihime do
  2. Definitely play Saku Saku: an underestimated (and, at times, even hated ) VN, but with a very cute Osananajimi heroine with a slightly psicological route.
  3. I Totally agree with you. Hikari, although it SHOULD be the main heroine, feels more like she wants to be the MC's best friend rather than his girlfriend. I'm playing it right now and, well....for my first route, I'm going with Saya. Dunno if I'll ever do Hikari and Korona's routes, although they have been heavily reccomended.
  4. If you want to play toHeart2, stay away from Sasara's route. Best girl, worst route. Anyway, toHeart2 has got a '90s anime feeling that's quite enjoyable. A good common route and nice artworks. I was uttery disappointed by the ending of my route of choice, tho. The MoeNovel version is simply uncorrect. there are some traslation errors that can change the meaning of a whole sentence (I won't spoil, but, in a certain, IMPORTANT scene, they messed up the translation...changing the original "you" into a "you all") The restoration patch fixes some of those problems, but other appeared...like "itta" translated as "ouch" instead of "there he\she\it is". I never played the infamous Ageha route (and I never will), but they say its translation is pure garbage.
  5. OK, where do I even begin...? The "school life, lighthearted genre" is my favourite kind of VNs, so I played a good number of them. Here are my personal recomendations: -KonoOozora. Hands down my favourite VN. Lighthearted, heartwarming and incredibly high-quality. -Noble Works. A masterpiece. Nice comedy and a semi-decent protagonist (I love Akari as much as I love Kotori from konooozora) -Koisuru Natsu no Last Resort. Nice, relaxing atmosphere. -YukiZakura. At least, the route I played -Wagamama High Spec. A true revelation. Loved it. 4 out of 5 of my recomendations have got a good tsundere character. How do I know? Well...Tsunderes are the best.
  6. Well...the problem is more complicated than it seems... I don't think I'm tired of Moege...and the reasons I dropped all the VNs I'm reading is because their story take a "not-so moege" turn. For example, in Tsujidou-san no jun'ai road.... About Little Busters! well...I just can't stand to lose the baseball match and the fact that you have to finish all the routes to unlock the final part of the main heroine's route. For majikoi, well.... For To Heart2, it's the Ending of the Sasara's route.... .... So, I see why you're suggesting me to give another genre a try, but the elements that are disappointing me of moeges are the main elements of non-moege VNs. As @Clephas suggestet, trying something with a better protagonist might me worth it. The best main character of a VN I encountered was Fujishima Takumi from Noble Works (that I consider to be one of my favourites VN, almost as good as KonoOozora). Damn, even Aoi from KonoOozora has got his good moments (even if he's basically an a**hole). The problem is: it's hard to tell if there will be a good main character in a VN you've yet to read. I must admit that I regularly do what @MaggieROBOT suggested....Well, I thought I got it right with Tsujidou-san. I didn0t saw that coming, tbh. And, yeah...I tend to have pretty specific tastes about VNs...that's why I tend to be extra cautious with what VNs to pick....maybe I was just unlucky?
  7. You squat like a western spy! Is that what you are? HUH?!
  8. Hello there! Just a simple question: have you ever had an "everything disappoints me" kind of situation? Let's focus on VNs here... Almost every VN I read in the last 4 or 5 months were disappointing. Disappointing enough to make me drop them. Take Tsujidou-san no jun'ai road...I dropped it 5 mins ago. Until a certain part of the story, I was like "whoah! Finally an Hands-Down good VN!". Then, that part arrived. It wasn't as shocking as it was for Hatsukoi, but still. That's the kind of VNs I hate the most: the ones that are close to perfection, until a certain part. Before that, Little Busters!, That I dropped out of exhaustion. Before that, Majikoi!. Before that, To Heart 2. .... well, probably it's the lil' old me that is getting older and more critic, but damn....the last, VERY good VN I read was Wagamama High Spec, for cryin'out loud! So, have you ever had a similar situation? If so, how did you managed to get over it?
  9. Fujishima Takumi from Noble Works. (well...even if he messes up pretty badly during the Akari's ending.)
  10. Sigh...still no news about the second season of Kancolle.... Anyway...what about the Girls und Panzer final movie? any news about the subbed version?
  11. Luckily enough, I play my VNs on a laptop....so, if my brother or my mother have something to do in my room, I simply umplug the charging cable of my laptop and get the hell outta my room. But hey...you can always try the "high-volume heavy metal music trick"! This one often works...
  12. I'm italian and, dunno about TV broadcasts in your country, but here is Full of advertising breaks, even during a movie. I don't watch TV anymore simply because I'm not interested in talk shows (the favourite genre of all the italian's national broadcasts) And, If I want to watch a certain movie, I'll watch it on streaming without any Ad breaks. Not that it matters anyway, since I mainly watch anime....
  13. sometimes, VNR server goes down....so, it's something you can't really do anything about it. (I learned it the hard way when I played Kono Oozora: Snow Presents.)
  14. ...Heh, Noob! I've read Kono Oozora 9 times in a row!! (same choices, same route....Kotori is just the best) Anyway, welcome to the forum! P.S.: Clannad is definitely in my "to-read" list....even if I don't really like the artwork in it.
  15. Hello there! While being under pressure because of my upcoming college exams, I saw this Vn on steam... "Kyoto Colorful days", huh? If it's as good as 'Tokyo School Life' or 'Go Go Nippon', well...I just have to read it! ... Well, not only is a lot shorter than Tokyo School life and Go Go nippon, but the routes are very, VERY unbalanced. What do I mean with 'unbalanced', you might ask...well, I'll try to explain. A good example of 'balanced routes' would be the Go Go Nippon ones: Both of the heroines are "main" heroines, sharing the same amount of important times with the MC and, when the time comes, both routes end with something "concrete"...a confession or something like that. Now, Let's talk about the KCD routes. (I'll avoid spoilers whenever possible) Only two main heroine...In theory, both should be considered as the "main heroines" Well, that's not the case. One of the route revolves on mere business...in a mere "goonies" style story. Nothing romantic, nothing "concrete". The other one is more complete: it involves a "deep" story with a solid conclusion. That's what I mean with "unbalanced" routes: Only two routes, but one is more important than the other one. I am not searching the balance in a VN with 4+ heroines, but I find it strange that the authors didn't managed to balance out just two stories. Yeah, it doesn't help that my designed heroine of KCD is the one with the worst route...maybe that's the reason of this post. What do you think about it? Did you enjoyed KCD?
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