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SolidyBrasil

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    SolidyBrasil reacted to Gilang4321 in Koi x Shin Ai Kanojo - Indonesian Translation (Prologue Patch Out)   
    Koi x Shin Ai Kanojo Indonesian Translation 

    Visual Novel information
    Title: Koi x Shin Ai Kanojo
    Developer: Us:Track
    Aliases: School Girls Stories, Koikake
    VNDB: https://vndb.org/v17516
    Synopsis
    Kunimi Koutarou is a second-year student at Mikagegaoka Gakuen who is part of the literature club.
    He dreams of becoming a novelist, but he is unable to write a romance novel because of a first love trauma when he was small.

    This spring, Mikagegaoka Gakuen was merged with two other schools, Sakuradai Gakuen and Mikagegaoka Nishi Gakuen. Koutarou found himself sitting in between Sena,
    his former love who had moved away, and Ayane, his best friend a few years ago who hadn’t talked to him since a certain incident.

    Now his regular days suddenly turn into those like you would only see in romance novels...
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    Progress
    Prologue Patch Released
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    SolidyBrasil reacted to meru in The Curse of Kudan yuri VN released!   
    Hey all, I just wanted to drop by to let you know that a VN I translated has just been released~
    You can buy it at the following sites:
    JAST USA
    Mangagamer
    DLsite
    Enjoy! And let me know if you have any questions :3
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    SolidyBrasil reacted to Dreamysyu in Why Don't More People Read Visual Novels? - A Short Video Analysis   
    I personally think that VNs right now are in a sense stuck in a cursed loop. VNs as a medium just really lack variety and as a result appeal to a small number of people. Even most all-ages titles follow the same story structure: even in non-adult titles a male protagonist always has to be surrounded by a lot of female love interests; it almost always has to take place in high-school; even in plot-focused stories there are a lot of slice-of-life scenes, which aren't even well written, and mostly just serve as a way to stall the story for some time rather than developing the characters; finally, the personalities of the protagonist, the heroines and even the side characters typically just follow certain well-known archetypes. So, if you just happen not to enjoy some of these titles and just want to find something more unique, you're much better off watching some anime or reading a manga. Otome games are a bit different, but, from my limited experience with them, they seem to have a bag of different, though slightly similar, problems. There are indeed some unique and experimental VNs that do things differently, but most of these are doujin titles and don't get that much exposure. Most of them aren't even that good, since good authors are likely to join some company at some point and start making a lot more standard VNs, or leave the medium altogether. Also, we, the current VN fans, enjoy these tropes to at lest to some extend, and a lot of us actually prefer them. As a result, in a short run it's not a very good strategy for companies to experiment with story structures, since they don't know if the fans would like these changes, and they just stick to the strategy that worked thus far. And VNs are also expensive to make, so they don't allow for much flexibility. Nowadays, manga and light novel authors don't even have to make any initial investment at all, since they just can start posting their stories online and see how people react to them, or even completely stick to episodic online distribution. In case of VNs, even a single financially unsuccessful product can make a whole company go bankrupt.
    I personally think that if VNs somehow let this loop, there's a good chance that they would start appeal to a bigger number of people. They probably wouldn't be the same people as the current VN fans. Will they ever do that? I doubt it, but I don't know. EVNs might actually lead to something interesting at some point, who knows?
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    SolidyBrasil reacted to flamepaladin in Kami no Rhapsody Translation by Rhapsody Translation (Full patch released)   
    Hello everyone,
    I'm back with a quick update (not even a day after I posted the so-called 'last update'...)
    I just noticed that I forgot to include some translated images (namely, the tutorial images) in the full patch. I'm very sorry about this.
    The patch has been updated to v1.1 to reflect this fix. You can find the link in my previous post, or in the op.
    Do note that v1.1 refers to the version of the patch, not the game. Our patch does not include any of the game updates, so you'll have to update them separately. All of the game's updates and appends are translated in our patch though.
    That's it for now. I'm very sorry for trouble, and thank you for reading.
    See you next time ^^!
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    SolidyBrasil got a reaction from flamepaladin in Kami no Rhapsody Translation by Rhapsody Translation (Full patch released)   
    Wow, thanks so much for all the effort, guys ! <3 Looking forward to what you guys are planning to do on the future ( i'll gadly support ANYTHING ), cheers !
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    SolidyBrasil got a reaction from adamstan in Learning Japanese   
    Looks like a simple post asking for efficiency on studies become a war of "cultural" divergences. Remember guys, it doesn't matter how much you guys ( or even some japanese ) dislikes the writing system. Japan have a complete different culture and as long as THEY'RE happy with this it's not of our concern to suggest they to change anything.
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    SolidyBrasil got a reaction from joshopit in How do you think will be the future VNs?   
    Totally agree with you. Best of luck with your project, friend !
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