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Narcosis last won the day on September 9 2018

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  1. Anyone who knows japanese culture a bit better

    *wink* TO LOVE-Ru *wink*
  2. Rocket no Natsu ロケットの夏 [TerraLunar]

    I'm so glad you've reviewed this title, it's been on my backlog for quite a while. Now I have a proper reason to fire it up this summer as well!
  3. D.U.O. ~song for all~ [Panda House]

    Those games never sold well to start with. Japanese fans have a tendency to jump into subjective bandwagons, where they favor the single best game of the month, while the others remain either unpopular or fade into obscurity with passing years, causing actually good studios to close. Within their perceived culture of cute, they prefer light-hearted vns or eroge over plot-heavy stories full of dramatism. Exceptions happen, but in general I'd say it's one of the reasons moege/charage games became the most prolific genres within the industry at the moment, whilst around 2000's, they barely existed as extensions of SoL-focused games. Makes you wonder, huh.
  4. Birthday thread

    I don't celebrate my birthday anymore, but thanks anyway
  5. Nekomiko in a nutshell

    You're probably thinking about Tenkiame; publisher pulled it off the Steam in favor of a more safe store.
  6. Sekai Project sets a new low standard

    How surprising.
  7. Nekomiko in a nutshell

    Kind of.
  8. Little Busters: The Apology

    You lose the moment you apologise
  9. I won't be bored for the rest of my life, that's for sure. @namiultedjapanXD Simply read. That's all the advice I can give you. I used to have a similar problem in the past and often ended up postponing or even ditching the works I'd really like to play. When it came to me I'm simply wasting time and not doing anything useful, I began to read; if not what I wanted, at least whatever I had on my list. Now I typically leave the tastiest treats for best days - either weekends, days off work or vacations, occupying myself with shorter works on week days. Having a backlog helps greatly and if you're like me - having a bread range of interests - it definitely helps with organizing on what do you want to read and when. Growing numbers give off some sense of accomplishment and pride, ultimately making me want to read more.
  10. [inaudible meowing] jk Expect a new review soon™.
  11. Connection between Himawari and ISLAND

    Sure, you won't be the first one to do that
  12. Connection between Himawari and ISLAND

    I meant his latest light novel, Silent World. He also wrote short afterstories for the gals that got bundled with the BD's. There's still a chance they might bring them up for the english audience.
  13. My girlfriend is a mermaid!?

    Just look at the time.
  14. Connection between Himawari and ISLAND

    You'd have to thoroughly understand the lore behind the setting itself (which is the same for both works, separated by time) to make sense of it. I don't want to spoil stuff, but it has something to do with the Alice organization and extraterrestrials. The connection itself is being brought in GO's latest light novel.
  15. If anything, all the visual novels I read, which are universally considered as "kami tier" turned out to be fairly mediocre at most. I don't typically postpone reading for such reasons, but I tend to have really long withdrawal periods after reading really good works and it's mostly due to bonding with the characters.
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