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  1. Aokana Release by Nekonyan [UPDATED]

    Both Mashiro and Rika are main heroines not side heroines, calling them side heroines is wrong.
  2. For this visual novel a walkthrough guide is actually unnecessary as the choices are very obvious, you don't need a walkthrough guide for it.
  3. Aokana Release by Nekonyan [UPDATED]

    I didn't see a single problem with Rika's route.
  4. Aokana Release by Nekonyan [UPDATED]

    Interesting, I have SukiSuki as well but haven't finished it, only done one route (Ayame, rather enjoyed it too), makes me want to get back to it since I haven't made any progress on it in a while. Interesting part about Byakko characters, just read that some of them make an appearance.
  5. Aokana Release by Nekonyan [UPDATED]

    SukiSuki (Sankaku Ren'ai: Love Triangle Trouble! right?) is just as good (currently reading this one now, H-Scenes are fantastic), also it's called Farther Than the Blue Sky, Byakko is just the name of the rocket club they're in (though it is used as an Aliases on VNDB) and I disagree with this part: "h-scenes in Byakko are "just" good/not bad - they are your typical, run-of-the-mill-eroge scenes", I would almost say they're better in terms of quality than those in Aokana (visual novels with uncensored H-Scenes are always better than visual novels with censored H-Scenes imho), all 4 routes are great and the final chapter has it end with a really fantastic ending. Don't get me wrong I loved Aokana (the H-Scenes being censored I didn't like) but I also really enjoyed the other mentioned visual novels just as much and don't think any less of their H-Scenes, I just give more credit to visual novels that stay away from censorship (not like we can do anything about it, in Aokana's case nothing was drawn underneath the mosaic and the Japanese version came out in 2014). I only like vanilla in H-Scenes myself.
  6. Aokana Release by Nekonyan [UPDATED]

    They cover it more with Masya and Asuka's past in the anime adaptation which is a fantastic adaptation, I'm planning on doing a rewatch of the anime soon after completing the visual novel. I went in this order: Mashiro > Rika > Misaki > Asuka (I already said this before). So was Farther Than the Blue Sky Chuablesoft's last title or something? The H-scenes are great in it, the visual novel is really good.
  7. Aokana Release by Nekonyan [UPDATED]

    I recommend saving Asuka's route for last.
  8. Aokana Release by Nekonyan [UPDATED]

    No it has no forced route order (you can go in any order you want), it would say so on vndb which it doesn't, it may be a Sprite title but that doesn't mean it will be the same which it isne't. Everything about it is very different then Koichoco, artwork, characters etc. I've already given it a 10 on vndb, on my 3rd route already, I went Mashrio > Rika > Misaki (on this route now) > Asuka.
  9. Aokana Release by Nekonyan [UPDATED]

    All versions are the same no matter where you buy it from, unless you have solid proof that I am wrong that is. It seems a lot of you don't realize this visual novel came out in Japan in 2014. You're just supporting censorship by buying any visual novels from Steam.
  10. Aokana Release by Nekonyan [UPDATED]

    Yeah sounds completely pointless to get it on purpose and just sounds like it's something most visual novels have if you don't get on a route, even more pointless if you didn't buy it from Steam which for me I no longer support visual novels on Steam after the censorship bullshit they're pulling, I'll buy them elsewhere.
  11. Aokana Release by Nekonyan [UPDATED]

    Is that just by not getting into any routes? Does it have any CGs or story tied to it at all? VNDB doesn't really mention any bad ends though it doesn't list it as having only good ends, imo I see no point in getting a bad end if it doesn't lead to anything like CGs, being required to get other endings etc (the last one obviously doesn't apply to this visual novel). I find it very weird that a visual novel like this even has any bad ends.
  12. Aokana Release by Nekonyan [UPDATED]

    They're support characters not side heroines and Aoi will never have a route for obvious reasons and fandiscs are just that extras for fans they're not really canon (imho), I've also never played a fandisc where the support heroines are given main roles instead of how they were in the original at least not treated anywhere close to how the mains are in the original.
  13. Aokana Release by Nekonyan [UPDATED]

    Why are you mentioning girls that have no routes? You should know there are only 4 routes. A thing I've noticed with the settings is the movie volume does nothing, I have it down to half but it still sounds like it's at full volume.
  14. You clearly don't know anyone who actually talks in the 3rd person, it's not very common but there are people out there our age (20-30+) who do that. No it's not inaccurate to render 3rd person self reference in English since your example is wrong.
  15. I never said I could understand the voiced lines, it's just really easy to tell when the Japanese voice is talking in 3rd or 1st person, it's really unnecessary to not translate it exactly as it appears, it's not a faithful translation if the translator doesn't include a characters 3rd or 1st person speaking, sure you don't find that many visual novels that do that but that is no excuse to change it to not include it. Your logic is wrong though, you're just putting words in my mouth which I never said anything close to it.