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Jun Inoue

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About Jun Inoue

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  • Birthday 07/03/1991

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  1. What are you playing?

    God dammit. I was checking some stuff on Nanairo and read something I definitely shouldn't have. Ooooh well, onwards with courage, I guess.
  2. What are you playing?

    Do you really not find her cute!? https://i.gyazo.com/f7bda17d10b6a27a908dda4b4a4c8125.jpg I followed up on my initial plan and got both games, so I guess I'll be playing each for a while.
  3. What are you playing?

    Hmmm, I see. I did read that the story focused quite heavily on the sport itself, but didn't know it was the point it might overshadow the romantic side itself. I've always been a fan of sports anime, so there's that, but I have no idea how well that might translate into a VN. I'd prefer to play it for a while and then decide, but I believe there's no demo on Steam.
  4. What are you playing?

    Really? Must admit that it was actually the design of both works that initially caught my attention, as I find their styles really pretty. They also seem fairly different games, so I might even play both "at the same time". Seeing how you appear to have played Aokana, however, I wanted to ask: to what kind of story does it shift towards? Of its main tags, the only relevant seems to be "pure love story", which doesn't really tell me whether it's more dramatic or comedic/light-hearted.
  5. What are you playing?

    Finally have some time on my hands again, and felt like looking for smth to read. Currently debating between Aokana -Four Rhythms Across the Blue- and Nanairo Reincarnation, seeing that I can support both legally on Steam.
  6. "Hair" shows skirt/hips
  7. What are you playing?

    @Seraphim88 That's pretty much it. It's a bit of a stark contrast because many of the characters, especially the main ones, are kind of one-sidedly pure and good. Those two are just... people, really. Both have their reasons and way of seeing the world and doing things and, perhaps more importantly, they don't have a window into the heart of other characters like we do. We know that Gakuto has a heart of gold, but for someone outside the group he might as well come off as a brainless, horny douche.
  8. What are you playing?

    Well, if you consider Chika to be a horrible person, then no, it's not worth it. Same with Kosugi. While both are very short, there isn't much of a point if you don't like the character.
  9. Birthday thread

    I'M STILL IN TIME HAPPY BAIRTHUDEIYU @Kenshin_sama
  10. What are you playing?

    Oh, my spoiler isn't too spoilery. Like, I don't mention which heroine or what happens exactly. It's just a slight clarification about the meaning behind the tag. It is, indeed, not a clear-cut case. There was quite the discussion some time ago in this forum regarding the issue, actually.
  11. What are you playing?

    It's a really difficult topic. I believe I know what it's referring to, and it's a really iffy scene, that kinda steps into that while also doesn't.
  12. Wait, aren't those numbers the same as before? Or have you updated them?
  13. What are you playing?

    I've heard that it has potential but the MC can be very bland. How does it feel?
  14. What are you playing?

    Only a child worries about a work being too childish for them. Not to speak about how that doesn't really affect its quality either way... Avatar: The Last Airbender is technically "for kids" and a masterpiece all the same. Furthermore, what you listed are kind of the soul and bread and butter of slice of lives. Little Busters is not a story about adventures or fighting. At least try to make your point respectfully.
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