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    That makes it kind of a meta-twist Although there were a few false leads in the meantime. You'll be having a review on your blog, right? I can't wait to read it!

    Now I wonder what you'll think of the sequel. Any word on when it's coming out?
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    Glad you enjoyed it I actually really love the villain. She's so over the top it's ridiculous
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    At least I have you a tip on what not to do first
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    Ah, so you're one of those

    And yes, I am a tsundere and proud
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    That was just me cheering you on in a stealthy way
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    You suck
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    I can certainly see why. And I know the big thing I love about it can be a huge turn-off to most people. So there you go.
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    Don't get me wrong - the anime was very good, and it kept me on edge and everything. it's just the nature of these trials that really makes you feel like you are in the trial room with all the characters that is just missing there. It doesn't really pale in comparison to the game, but more like the game actually has an element that can't really be replicated in an anime.

    Still, you should play DG2 as soon as you can afterwards. It is... something else, certainly. Everyone says it's so much better in every way. I liked it about the same as the first game, but some things were better, some were worse, IMO. I still think it's pretty excellent. And I know I haven't played many VNs (like, Danganronpa, Zero Escape and Ace Attorney is my full repertoire excluding games that are VN/RPG hybrids like P3P and Fire Emblem Awakening), but I still think this series might just be my favorite of the bunch.
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    I kind of wished I hadn't seen the anime before playing the game, as I knew that twist was coming, but I still think the game was better anyway, so

    Also, you know about DG3, right? Apparently, the new game will be a completely separate story, but the story arc from the first two games will be concluded in an anime. Which is weird.
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    Those God-damn late arrival spoilers
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Interesting Routes: Aqua

by Karifean on 11-30-2017 at 09:21 PM
There's something truly magical about Himawari that I didn't really realize back when I first read it but have come to appreciate about it more and more.

Himawari has an enforced reading order, something you don't see a lot in galge without a strong plot focus. However, like other visual novels such as Fate/Stay Night can use it to drive the plot and themes forward in parallel tales, so too does Himawari use it to give us ample

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Umineko no Naku Koro ni Chiru is now on Steam

by Karifean on 11-18-2017 at 01:57 AM
Well, at last, it happened. It's been a long time coming, Umineko Chiru is finally available for purchase on Steam, and alternatively MangaGamer's own website.

Umineko Chiru - Steam Store Page

This is the second half of Umineko of course, so if you haven't read the first half yet, you can get it here.

I've stated how much Umineko means to me many a time before,

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Little Busters! English Edition is now available!

by Karifean on 11-01-2017 at 04:36 PM
As of today, Little Busters! English Edition is available for purchase on Steam!

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The game is 20% off during its launch week, putting it at a respectable price of around half that of CLANNAD's, even though the two are quite similar in terms of sheer content value (though Little Busters contains

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Dies Irae Review

by Karifean on 08-03-2017 at 12:32 AM
Dies irae ~Amantes amentes~ is a visual novel created by Light. It was one of the most renowned JP-only VNs before finally getting a localization in June of this year.

Come, gather and bear witness to my opera, now in the making.

Its script is the height of clichť, I am forced to admit. And yet...

Its actors are of the finest fold; beyond exquisite.

Thus, I believe you will find it enthralling.

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Umineko: Episode 4 Tea Party

by Karifean on 07-09-2017 at 08:57 PM
You talk too much. All you have to do is honestly say 'I'll kill you'.

For those that don't know, the climaxes of Episodes 4, 5 and 6 are my 3 favorite moments in Umineko (which also makes them my 3 favorite moments in fiction overall), all for their own individual reasons. I've been dying to talk about them for a while. I figured I'd start with the Episode 4 Tea Party, quite possibly the greatest example of Ryukishi's writing skill of them all.

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