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Mist Ephemeral

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  1. Back when I hated VNs, I saw some good reviews of Va-11 Hall-A by chance, which me curious. As I was playing it, it got me so interested that I only stopped playing the game when I finished it, and I guess after that, I learned to be more open minded about VNs (and even other genres I was previously against).
  2. Watching the last episode of the anime spin off of RWBY, RWBY: Ice Queendom, and considering if I should rewatch it with the English dub now that it's being released.
  3. Songs for a Hero 2: March of the Malachi, a musical game announced back in August, reached its base crowdfunding goal earlier today! The first game was released on Steam and the Nintendo Switch, and includes both English and Brazilian Portuguese dubbing. The announcement video for Songs for a Hero 2:
  4. From my experience, Windows Defender, or rather, anti-viruses overall, tend to be pretty ineffective and dysfunctional, with the best protection being the user knowing what he/she is doing.
  5. One thing that might help, although it would take a while *if* it works out, is to request an overseas publishing for a company like Jast USA, MangaGamer, Denpasoft, MediBang, etc. They do both translations and depending on the company, decensoring too.
  6. 5 games released DRM free through GOG today! Potion Permit No Place for Bravery JUSTICE S*CKS: Tactical Vacuum Action Beacon Pines Serial Cleaners
  7. Shin Nekketsu Kouha: Kunio-tachi no Banka, a previously Japan-exclusive SNES/SFC game which got an English release for consoles in the previous months, branded River City Girls Zero, is getting a PC release through Steam tomorrow, according to a recent-ish post by the publisher, WayForward: Its Steam store page is already live, although no price is visible: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1851020/River_City_Girls_Zero/
  8. Greetings! Any chance of releasing Android games as apk without drm? *-*
  9. Still updating the collection after 6 years? *respectful slow clap*
  10. I'm switching back and forth between The Rainsdowne Players and Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark. The former is a pretty chill sandbox game, and the latter is a tactical RPG about a society that grew corrupted. I'm also playing River City Girls for the second time, now with a friend and going for the true ending. And I'm finding it far more enjoyable with couch co-op.
  11. To an extent, most Persona games past 3. I often find myself rushing through the exploring/dancing/fighting/whatever to see what the story and social sim parts have to offer.
  12. I couldn't find a topic about it, so I thought I'd share it. To run Windows games that require Japanese locale through Linux, what I do and that usually works is running the following command from the terminal: LC_ALL=ja_JP wine /path/to/the/game's/executable.exe There's probably a more GUI-friendly way to do it with Lutris, but I haven't used it much to know. And probably Proton follows the same syntax as Wine, given the other commands I've seen were the same among them. Hopefully this is helpful for someone.
  13. Knowing Portuguese better, I still prefer Spanish. To me, Spanish feels far more consistent than Portuguese, without so many oddly specific rules and exceptions.
  14. Asura's Wrath I personally like, but it isn't as gory as God of War. Most characters and enemies have machine-like bodies with golden (icor?) blood, so the gore part feels pretty toned down. But going by the Asura's motives, I prefer his over Kratos'. And while I know a few other gory/gore-ish games, sadly, for the thread, none that I can remember have revenge or rage as the main characters' motivations.
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