I was in school for a lot of KS' production, which meant that I had lots of free time. When I had a job, it was just something I did in the evenings or indeed on weekends. You make the time, and while I am sure that I would have done something else instead if I hadn't been writing KS, it probably would not have been as productive. I only really started having something like a daily routine like two years ago and the game was pretty much finished by then so I can't say it disrupted my 'routine.'MutilatedManequin wrote:Can't be nackerd to dig through 180 pages lol. Did the production of KS interrupt your daily routine or life any? How did You divide time between KS and irl
Literary fiction is largely about people leading mundane lives. Hell if I know which actual book is being referenced, but possibly "a good book."Woody Alien wrote:When helping Rin paint the mural in Act 1, Hisao mentions reading a book about some people drinking beer and doing little else. What kind of book is that?
What Miki path? You mean the one we bullshitted about and were never actually that serious about?Brogurt wrote: Anyway, has this dichotomy ever influenced KS in any manner? Were there ever large disagreements on what to include on the principle of it violating or not violating "canon"? Extras come to mind, such as scenes or content not existing within any one path or continuity. And yes I know about the Miki path, but I'm not really interested unless it relates to this question.
We lie ALL THE TIME is the best way to understand it. The only thing you can safely consider canon is what's in the game. Anything else should be viewed with suspicion.
And yeah we never felt the urge to put all that stuff Aura mentioned in because they really are fucking dumb.