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  1. Visual novel with European style drawings

    Here I am, I took a few nights to try the titles we have marked. I managed to try Soulset, Fata Morgana no Yakata and The Ballad Singer. Soulset: has a very intriguing story, even the illustrations are very pleasant. Fata morgana no Yakata: I really enjoyed the soundtrack and the "particular" narrative style. What surprised me is The Ballad Singer, it has an integral narrative, beautiful illustrations and interactive elements that change the narrative path. I have not had many days to try them, I will continue in the next days
  2. Visual novel with European style drawings

    In my opinion some European video games have a strong imprint of the game books that the VNs do not have. Could it be a criterion of distinction? I take some time to try the titles that we have marked in the post and update you!
  3. Visual novel with European style drawings

    Very interesting, thank you. Following the suggestions of Steam, starting from the games you recommended, I found other titles that seem interesting: Queen Of Thieves , it seems like a dating-sim with a particular style of drawings; The Ballad Singer , the style here is even more different, it tends to "realistic". But it is really difficult to find others even starting from the suggestions of Steam. In your opinion, is it due to the predominant of the Japanese market?
  4. Hi everyone, it's been a while since I approached the world of Visual Novels and I have a rather special question. Are there any Visual Novels with a different design style than the Japanese one? Not that I do not like them but it seems a bit 'strange that the kind of game is related only to a type of artistic style.
  5. What are you playing?

    Atm I'm playing Serment!
  6. Hello!

    Hi guys, I'm happy to have found a community so active in the world of visual novel!
  7. Sony New Censorship Of Everything

    I think it should be the user to manage himself. It should only indicate the contents before the purchase (as already done).